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- Bank of America Introduces Erica, Its AI Financial Assistant
- Banks Are Getting Another Volcker Rule Win
- Citigroup to Pay $7.3Mn Fine for Substandard IPO Work
- FINRA Stretches Definition of Participating in a Private Securities Transaction - Bill Singer
- Post Mortem Auto-Pilot Trading Sends Stockbroker's Career into Head-On Regulatory Crash
- Wells Fargo Has Shown Us Its Contemptible Values
- UBS to Counter Trading Troubles With M&A Work
- SEC Moves Quickly To Shut Down Fake Pre-IPO Share Scam
- SEC Testimony: Oversight of the SEC Division of Enforcement
- FINRA Modifies 'Agency Debt Security' in Rule 6710
- Is Jamie Dimon Doing a U-Turn on Bitcoin?
- After New Yorker's Racist Rant Goes Viral, His Law Firm Gets Pummeled with 1-Star Yelp Reviews
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Let's Give It Up for BofA's CAO - BusinessWoman of Year
[Photo: by David Hume Kennedy]
Andrea Smith was honored at Queens University as the Charlotte (NC) BusinessWoman of the Year. The luncheon for BofA's Chief Administrative Officer was attended by BofA Chair and CEO Brian Moynihan, former BofA Chair & CEO Hugh McColl, and Cathy Bessant, BofA Chief Operations and Technology Officer.
A woman of many hats, Ms. Smith is responsible for global corporate strategy, managing the market presidents, and also leads global real estate services, global procurement, supplier diversity, while overseeing the bank’s annual stress test. Outside of the bank, Ms. Smith currently chairs the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce.
“In the end it’s the relationships that matter,” Smith says. “Not the deeds you accomplished or the accolades you receive, but the relationships you build and nurture. The genuine investments you make in people.”