Ex-Bank of America CFO to Pay $7.5M Fine to New York
New York attorney general’s settlement with Joe Price over Merrill merger comes one month after $25 million deal with ex-Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis.
BofA to Pay $2.4B
Bank of America reached a settlement to end a class-action lawsuit with investors and will pay $2.43 billion, while also making certain corporate-governance reforms, the firm said in late September.
BofA Settles Merrill Purchase Suit for $2.43 Billion
The deal resolves a long-standing dispute, but should not have much impact on the firm's advisors, experts say.
Krawcheck Legacy Assured
As firms like Raymond James endeavor to boost the ranks of women in the brokerage business, their executives and advisors say the Sallie Krawcheck story, despite her recent layoff from Bank of America-Merrill Lynch, remains a powerful one. “She has played in the big league at several firms [such as...
Sallie Krawcheck’s Legacy Assured: Raymond James Women’s Forum
As firms like Raymond James endeavor to boost the ranks of women in the brokerage business, their executives and advisors say the Sallie Krawcheck story, despite her recent layoff from Bank of America-Merrill Lynch, remains a powerful one.
Sallie Krawcheck: BofA’s Wirehouse Wonder—Top Women Extended Profile
Krawcheck’s experience as a leader at two wirehouse firms has made her the respected voice of the channel’s strengths and its interests
Bank of America Charged With Fraud
N.Y. AG Andrew Cuomo charges the bank, Ken Lewis and Joseph Price
Robert McCann Goes to UBS as Merrill Lynch Re-Launches Brand
After several months of speculation and a legal dispute with his former employer, Bank of America-Merrill Lynch, Robert J. McCann is now CEO of...
Ken Lewis to Step Down at Year-end
Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis announced that he would retire early from the bank at the end of the year.
Credit where credit is not due
Accusations of bullying tactics and misleading reports only hold, it seems, if Dick Cheney is involved. The big three are in the hot seat, and...