Bank of America (BofA) has appointed Charles Noski as chief financial officer (CFO) and executive vice president.
He previously worked as CFO and senior executive vice president at AT&T Corp, while also as a director at Morgan Stanley.
Most recently, Noski, who begins working for the bank on 11 May, was employed by Northrop Grumman Corporation as CFO and corporate vice president.
Brian Moynihan, BofA and chief executive officer (CEO), said: “Chuck brings business leadership, financial acumen, and a global perspective after years of experience with some of the world’s most successful brand-name companies across multiple industries.
“On behalf of our management team and associates, I am eager to have him join our team and confident he will fit right in as we continue to build our integrated businesses around serving customers and delivering long-term shareholder value.”
Hoski will become a member of the bank’s senior management team and be responsible for working on a number of areas including investor relations, corporate treasury and development.
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