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Bank of America Overview

Industry

Banks

Organization Type

Public

Employees

204,489

Headquarters

Charlotte, NC

Website

careers.bankofamerica.com

Website

careers.bankofamerica.com



Founded in

1874

Revenue

$91.2B

Key People

Jeff Hedgepath (Manager)

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About Bank of America

A leader in the banking industry, Bank of America provides financial products and services for their customers and clients throughout the United States. This reputable bank is guided by a common purpose which is to help make financial lives better by connecting clients and communities to the resource they need to be successful.

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A leader in the banking industry, Bank of America provides financial products and services for their customers and clients throughout the United States. This reputable bank is guided by a common purpose which is to help make financial lives better by connecting clients and communities to the resource they need to be successful.

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What Is

Bank of America's Mission Statement

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We are driving growth - helping to create jobs, develop communities, foster economic mobility and address society's biggest challenges - while managing risk and providing a return to our clients and our shareholders. Because we recognize that we can only be successful when the individuals, companies, communities and employees we serve are able to reach their vision of success.

What Bank of America's Employees Say

Ensuring their employees' needs are met, Bank of America offers them a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision coverage for employees and their eligible family.

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What is it like to work at Bank of America

3.0

October 20, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Co-workers.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Corporate philosophy, lack of consistent vision.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Healthcare, rewards.. Show More

3.0

October 15, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Great benefits. Predictable schedule... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Sales pressure. Customers can be abusive. Minimal staffing in branches means you can’t be sick, difficult to take vacation, customers are angry. Other lines of business outside the branch have it very good... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Room to grow if you work u def the right people... Show More

5.0

October 13, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I love the company culture at Bank of America and how the leadership in my unit genuinely cares about the people who work for them, personally and professionally... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

I don't like my current pay rate or the current atmosphere of uncertainty... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Working from home.. Show More

4.0

September 9, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Good benefits.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Sometimes it feels like you don't matter in the company.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Paid holidays off.. Show More

What Do You Like About Working There?

Many areas for job opportunities.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

You could count on layoffs annually from Sept-Dec.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Working from home, but they took it away.. Show More

4.0

May 15, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The advancement opportunities.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The extensive hours.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Healthcare and retirement benefits.. Show More

5.0

April 23, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Because I like to serve people.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Well l said I like to work there.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Learn and do it carriers.. Show More

5.0

April 12, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Work culture, Upper Management, Gym, Food allowance, Supoort of LOB to learn and explore new things.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

NA.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Bonus, Travel allowance and flexible working hours.. Show More

5.0

February 6, 2019 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

I like the money

4.0

August 17, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Good benefits and Flexible hours. You have the opportunity to grow into different lines of business. Opportunity to move to different states and cities.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Stress, Management don't care or consider staff for most things.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Health benefits are very affordable and the bank offers a good variety. Vacation in my line of business is very flexible and you can book it with very minimal approval.. Show More

5.0

August 3, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Great work environment; everyone is very friendly... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The work can be tedious at times, though often challenging and rewarding... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Very good compensation... Show More

3.0

July 25, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

There were a lot of options to get bonus in the fraud department... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The schedules are not all that great. Basically just evening at first with option to move to morning based on performance... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Easy to get bonus if you set your mind to it... Show More

1.0

July 17, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

The pay was decent for not having a degree. The call center building was clean and up to date... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

The upper management was completely awful. Their goals set for us were reachable but when you didn't hit them, privileges such as VTO got taken away. No matter how nasty the customers get towards us, we still had to act professionally and take their abuse... Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Health benefits and being able to flex hours & give them away because there was always someone at another call center willing to pick up extra time... Show More

5.0

July 11, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Work life balance, strong perks and benefits, team spirit, employee network groups, good maternity and paternity leave.. Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Low pay compared to other competitor banks, low pay compared to other competitor banks.. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

Hsa, learning.. Show More

3.0

July 9, 2018 on Zippia

What Do You Like About Working There?

Benefits are substantial and diverse. A full array of choices, including short term and long term. To hopefully out way the sales redderick mentality... Show More

What DON'T You Like About Working There?

Work ethics in relation to the customer are narrow thinking, where the company's mission is to propel the teams goals and experience above the customers value and knowledge. Customer services skills are very limited, where communication with a educated and inquisitive customer is stiffled and sent away, with a "oh, well too bad for you Mr. Customer, since you don't want to buy in on what I have to sell, mentality.".. Show More

What Are Your Favorite Benefits/Perks?

The companies Medical Insurance coverage is flexible, in that there are several very good plans to choose from... Show More
July 19, 2013 on Reddit

1. Did BOA treat you well? If so, why did you leave? 2. Could you let me know more about the modification process? I've heard modifications are hard to get -- is that true? 3. Do you think management is competent? Specifically, do you think Moynihan is the right guy to be running such a large bank? Thanks so much for the AMA.

1. BOA treated me fairly. My office atmosphere was very laid back, and I never really had any downward pressure from management. I really enjoyed my job, and liked many of the people on my team. 2. The modification process can be tedious, and it varies for all borrowers, depending on the type of income they earn, what their credit report looks like, and so on. It also can depend on the competency of your point of contact with the department (some are incompetent). MHA Modifications are unlike mortgages, where a new mortgage requires proof that you can afford it, whereas a mod requires proof that you NEED it and can afford it. We require all income shown on your tax returns, bank statements, etc. to be explained. A lot of the original mortgages these borrowers had took far less documentation/explanation to complete, but the times have changed. 3. Moynihan inherited a crappy situation. It's really hard to tell if CEO's are doing the right thing, especially when I was pretty far down on the totem pole. I couldn't tell you about any 'inside information' regarding his management style or vision for the company. Reports say Warren Buffet has faith in him, I guess that's gotta say something. edit: grammars
July 19, 2013 on Reddit

Did you come over from Merrill Lynch? If so or not, how did it affect your job?

I did not, nor do I know anyone in my department that did. Many of the executives in the LAS department (Legacy Asset Servicing) came from Countrywide, the mortgage company BOA purchased before the crash. I guess someone figured they should be the ones wiping up the *** that they themselves dropped on the floor. I do not understand this logic.

Were you ever told to do something that you considered immoral or unethical? What was it? As an example, when I was still stuck with BoA and they were refusing to help me refinance even through HARP - they flat out told me that if I stopped making payments on my home, they could help me refinance or modify it. I've never missed or been late on a payment. tl;dr [*** BofA.](http://www.reactiongifs.us/***-off-peter-dinklage/)

I have heard people like you say that before, and it's really ***. The thing about the modification process is that it's not a guarantee that you will be approved. The borrower has to need help, but not be too far into bad shape. A lot of people that are not qualified for Refi are also not qualified for modification programs. As for as unethical demands from my experience, my department was pretty by-the-book regarding our processes. However, Fannie and Freddie allow BOA to decline loan modification requests for 'request incomplete' after 30 days. Although that seems like plenty of time, this can sometimes be an unreasonable request. Many CRM's (the people who call the borrowers) are assigned many borrowers, and cannot delegate certain document requests in time. Also, many CRM's and PSS's simply suck at their job, and don't communicate needed docs properly. There are certain cases where borrowers send incomplete/illegible/wrongly-formatted documentation over and over, simply because the verbal/written communications are too vague, incomplete, or flat wrong.
June 25, 2013 on Reddit

Around how much money were you making? A lot of movies and popular culture present cocaine as being a major force on wall street with many i bankers abusing the drug. Is that stereotype true and do you think it, in any way, leads to more risk taking or bad judgement?

Answered the money question in another comment. Re drugs, I did not see a lot of it, nor do I think it has much of an influence in the industry. The people who work in finance are for the most part slaves to their jobs and doing drugs is not conducive to doing work.
June 25, 2013 on Reddit

how much were you paid?

My father was a hard working guy in manufacturing and did pretty well over his career. I always wanted him to be proud of me, but could never actually tell him how much money I made, aside from my first few years in the business at entry level. My bonus in any one of the past 10 years year was probably 10 times his annual salary at the peak of his career.
June 25, 2013 on Reddit

Which division did you work in? And do the hours get better as you move up the rank?

I worked across a lot of different divisions during a career of more than 2 decades. No, the hours are the same...long.
June 24, 2013 on Reddit

What would be the best path to take if one wishes to become an investment banker or to work in that kind of environment?

Get the best education you can by studying hard. Learn as much as you can learn about the industry through reading the WSJ each day and any other financial media. And knock the door of as many banks as it takes you to get a job...never give up.

Aside from the negatives you have expressed here, was there anything that you loved about your job that you will miss?

Too soon to say right now - I've only retired recently, and I'm still just enjoying the freedom of being out of the rat race.
May 16, 2012 on Reddit

Would you consider remaining in the industry but with a company with a better reputation and culture?

Absolutely.
May 15, 2012 on Reddit

IAmA former employee of a now-defunct Maritz call centre located in Canada which did extensive customer satisfaction surveys for BofA. We were always told to tell people that their feedback went to their branch manager. So, did you actually read those?

Absolutely. We had to. Part of our compensation (now each quarter...was each semester, or every 6 months) was based on 2 metrics form the questions...professional treatment as well as convenient ways to bank (used to be the likelihood to deepen metric but they finally switched it.) I could go in and read verbatim comments. Never could see who they were from though.
May 15, 2012 on Reddit

was is worth the money?

The money and benefits were great. I hated always knowing deep down that I worked for such a massive company that even I felt like just a number...and easily replaceable. Money isn't everything though.

Have any customers ever been forgiven for their debts because of bank mishaps or illegal practices? Also, do you know of any kind of action that can be taken if loan handler cannot provide a copy of the promisary note and applies payments to the wrong loans and causes harm to the borrowers credit score as result?

Forgiven of their debts, as in loan balances and credit card balances? Anytime there is a "bank error" involved, at least for overdrafts, we always would refund the fees. I just had an instance with a customer who had payments to his mortgage misapplied. His FICO score was drastically changed. We can fix any payment issues, but I found out that credit scores can NOT be fixed in any manor, at least from our side. It sucked for the customer...I felt like complete crap having to tell him this. You get used to it after you deliver news like that for 3 years.

As an employee of a large, publicly reviled corporation, I come across a lot of people who take their frustrations out on me. For the most part they are just looking to vent, but occasionally there's the blindly irate individual actually spitting venom at **you** just for having a job with the company. How do these types of outbursts affect you? Have you ever felt physically threatened? What do you find is the most effective way of telling them that you don't actually make policy?

Since I'm not customer contact, I don't deal with that often. I dealt with it a lot more as telemarketer. People yelled a lot more then as you can imagine, and it really was solely because of my job, not me at all. I actually took it really well, which was surprising at the time because I am not a fan of face-to-face confrontation. I think the reason I took it so well was because I knew that there was nothing I could do about it and it had nothing to do with anything I had done. Sometimes it made me angry because people were so rude, but mostly I kept a calm head about it. Sometimes I even got a little amused...the thing is, the people yelling expect you to get loud and irrational too, so when you don't - when their insults and rage have no effect - they don't know how to take it. And when it gets down to that kind of confrontation, they won't care if you tell them you don't make the policy, or you're just here to sell. You know? They're blaming you, the telemarketer, for this, even though you are just, say, a college kid that desperately needed a job and this was the first one you found. You just apologize and let them rage. Hopefully, in the best case scenario, you help them calm down, and then you still try to sell the product. (Should I do an "I AmA Former Telemarketer AMA" haha? jk) I've never been physically threatened, but as a telemarketer I did have one person who I called take down my full name and then ask me the phone number and addess of my location...then proceed to inform me that what I was doing was against the law and they were going to report me, personally, as well as the organization, to the FCC. That was both very funny as well as mildly alarming - I knew that even if the FCC gave a crap about me, it wouldn't affect my job or life, and moreover the company I worked for wasn't breaking any laws that the FCC had control over, etc. But it was still kind of like "Well ***, I'm handing this person over to my manager because I'd like to prevent that happening, and maybe it'll appease the customer to talk to a manager." First and only time I ever said "Ma'am, would you like to speak to my manager?" (The telemarketing company did not encourage calls "going up" the chain. People next to me actually looked at me incredulously when they heard me say that.)
April 3, 2011 on Reddit

You have my simpathy. I work for freddie mac. How is the corporate culture? Terribly bureaucratic? Autocratc? Backstabbing? It is such a mixed up merged up company, do you feel that there is a lot of stress between the various old headquarters? Is boa moving headquarter type activities out of charlotte to nyc?

The corporate culture is interesting. Bank of America actually has a very relaxed dress code, and we have work-from-home capabilities within my department, so that alleviates a lot of tension. However, the corporate jargon is ridiculous. This is my first time in a corporate environment and I hate, hate, hate all these carefully worded phrases that mean other, similar, different things. I haven't seen a lot of backstabbing but I have seen a lot of bitchiness & incompetence. I am really lucky in that my team consists of awesome individuals, but I have seen my coworkers deal with some idiotic people. Also, because I'm compliance, the rest of the company sees me and my department as "the bad guys" (they'll get in trouble with their head of departments, etc, if we find too many errors) and can be really combative. I haven't seen a lot of unfriendliness first hand though. There's a huge focus on networking that I hate. I'm here to work, not socialize. Also, a lot of people tend towards the conservative side, which makes sense - but is an unusual environment for me. It is a terribly mixed up merged up company! But I don't feel there's a lot of stress between old headquarters...however I very much feel that the left hand often doesn't talk to the right hand. Every department does things their own way, they have their own systems, their own policies, and they're all different. This is especially frustrating to me because I have to be familiar with all of them. I haven't heard of BOA moving the HQ to NYC, and Charlotte still seems to pretty much be a center of activity.

How far up the corporate ladder are you? Would the wikileak release have any significant effect on you? Edit: spelling.. should have had morning coffee before posting.

I'm not sure how to determine how far up on the ladder I am...technically I am a Bank Officer, which ranks under VP (but don't get TOO impressed by that...VPs aren't the right-hand man they used to be in middle school!). I definitely don't know or interact with any of the top officials like Brian Moynihan, etc...However I am not so far down on the totem pole that I don't know and have monthly meetings with my department head. So I would say medium-ish? I feel that the wikileaks release would have a significant effect on most, if not all, Bank employees because of the reputation damage it would cause Bank of America, both domestically and overseas. Additionally, my department isn't revenue-generating, so we are in the first or second line of "employees to cut when business goes south." On the other hand the department has grown (not hugely, but still) over the past several years and it is a compliance/regulatory job, so theoretically there could be higher demand for that after a big expose. I don't think that's likely, though, partially because the kind of widespead corruption that is intimated by Wikileaks would (in my mind) probably be a problem with higher-level management & corporate rather than the kind of stuff I check for, which is more like "Did the associate *** up?" than related to the health/corruption of the organization ("Does the bank on a whole deliberately do things that counter or avoid proper ethics and/or applicable law?")

well, do you hold a position of interest? do you live in Charlotte?

I do not live in Charlotte. I am not a CEO or other high-ranking public officer of the bank - I actually work in a compliance capability ensuring that the bank isn't violating federal regulations, or internal bank procedures and policies. However, I'm definitely not an entry level employee, like a call center type - I am a member of the corporate environment, so I have more of an "insider look" than, say, a branch manager would have.

How do you feel knowing reddit and other places/people consider BofA to be horribly underhanded and a leech on the American public?

How does it feel to be employed at a company with a horrible public image? Not great. More importantly, is that horrible public image a true reflection of the company? In my own personal view, not really. From the inside out, the company is ethical in its treatment of its employees and customers, if you respect the idea that people should be allowed to enter into contracts (say for high intrest rate credit cards) if they have full knowledge and do consent. What is needed, in my own opinion, is more government regulation so people wouldn't even have the chance to enter into high intrest rate credit card contracts.

Bank of America Employees

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Gender

Female

56.0%

Male

41.5%

Unknown

2.5%
Ethnicity

White

53.2%

Hispanic or Latino

19.9%

Black or African American

11.7%

Asian

10.9%

Unknown

4.3%
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Foreign Languages Spoken

Spanish

63.4%

French

6.0%

Mandarin

3.8%

Portuguese

3.3%

Chinese

2.9%

Hindi

2.3%

Russian

2.2%

Cantonese

2.2%

German

2.1%

Arabic

1.7%

Italian

1.7%

Korean

1.5%

Vietnamese

1.3%

Urdu

1.2%

Armenian

1.1%

Japanese

1.1%

Tagalog

0.8%

Gujarati

0.5%

Carrier

0.5%

Polish

0.4%
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Bank of America Careers

Average Length of Employment
KeyBank 4.0 years

Bank of America

3.8 years
USAA 3.8 years
JPMorgan Chase 3.6 years
Citi 3.5 years
Goldman Sachs 3.5 years
SunTrust Banks 3.4 years
M&T Bank 3.4 years
BB&T 3.2 years
Fifth Third Bank 3.0 years
Capital One 2.9 years
Wells Fargo 2.8 years
U.S. Bank 2.8 years
BlackRock 2.6 years
Top Employers Before Bank of America
Wells Fargo 18.2%
Citi 10.3%
Verizon 5.2%
AT&T 4.7%
Walmart 4.7%
IBM 3.4%
US Army 3.2%
Sprint 3.0%
Best Buy 2.8%
Macy's 2.8%
Target 2.5%
Top Employers After Bank of America
Wells Fargo 26.0%
Citi 8.5%
U.S. Bank 4.1%
AT&T 3.7%
Verizon 3.7%
Walmart 3.3%
Comcast 2.4%
State Farm 2.2%
Macy's 2.1%
MetLife 1.9%
IBM 1.7%

Bank of America Employees Education

Schools

University of Phoenix

28.2%

Strayer University

6.8%

Arizona State University

5.6%

University of North Carolina at Charlotte

5.1%

University of North Texas

4.8%

Florida State College at Jacksonville

4.1%

University of North Carolina at Greensboro

4.0%

University of Texas at Arlington

3.8%

Wilmington University

3.7%

Georgia State University

3.6%

New York University

3.5%

Ashford University

3.3%

California State University - Northridge

3.2%

University of South Florida

3.1%

Central Piedmont Community College

3.0%

Liberty University

2.9%

California State University - Los Angeles

2.9%

Florida International University

2.9%

University of Texas at Dallas

2.8%

University of Delaware

2.8%
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Majors

Business

35.1%

Finance

9.8%

Accounting

8.2%

Computer Science

5.9%

Psychology

4.0%

Criminal Justice

3.8%

Management

3.6%

Marketing

3.3%

Communication

3.2%

Health Care Administration

2.7%

Economics

2.5%

General Studies

2.3%

Liberal Arts

2.1%

Information Technology

2.1%

Human Resources Management

2.1%

Computer Information Systems

2.1%

Nursing

1.9%

Education

1.9%

Political Science

1.9%

Medical Assisting Services

1.7%
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Degrees

Bachelors

41.6%

Other

23.8%

Masters

16.0%

Associate

11.3%

Certificate

4.2%

Diploma

1.5%

Doctorate

1.1%

License

0.5%
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Bank of America Employee Political Affiliation

Democratic Party

55.1%

Republican Party

44.2%

Libertarian Party

0.3%

Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party

0.2%

Employee Political Donations

Name Job Title Party Donation
Thomas MontagChief Operating Officer $452,000Republican Party
Anne FinucaneVice Chairperson $109,200Democratic Party
Thomas PetrieFinance Analyst $104,550Republican Party
Laurie CampbellManaging Partner $100,450Democratic Party
Paul CritchlowInvestment Banker $87,200Democratic Party
Mark FiddesBanker $79,400Republican Party
Harry McMahonInvestor $45,700Republican Party
Thomas Patrick JrInvestments $45,600Republican Party
Sinan ASAProgrammer $39,350Democratic Party
Avinash KazaFinance $34,295Democratic Party
Timothy MaloneyBanking $29,000Republican Party
Keith BanksPresident $28,600Republican Party
Steven TigheBanker $28,398Republican Party
Andrew SiegManaging Director $24,300Republican Party
Miranda StokesCorporate Banking Officer $22,650Republican Party
Paul HutchenFinance Advisor $21,500Republican Party
RON SturzeneggerBanker $20,000Republican Party
Charles NelsenSecurity $19,500Democratic Party
Greg ParrisCertified Public Accountant $19,400Democratic Party
Brian MoynihanChief Executive Officer $19,000Democratic Party
Jennifer MarreAttorney $17,900Democratic Party
Terrence MurrayChief Executive Officer $17,700Democratic Party
Michael LynchBanking $17,500Republican Party
Glenn GribbleSoftware $15,350Democratic Party
Roger AnerellaManaging Director $15,000Republican Party
Brian BrilleBanker $15,000Republican Party
Chad GiffordExecutive $15,000Democratic Party
Paul GarridoSenior Vice President $15,000Democratic Party
Stephen DrakeBanking $13,650Republican Party
Charles GiffordChairperson $12,960Democratic Party
Michael AbrahamInvestment Banker $12,838Republican Party
John UtendahlExecutive Vice President $12,700Democratic Party
Jerry MarcusInvestments $12,500Democratic Party
Lisa CarnoyBanker $11,400Democratic Party
Omeed MalikManaging Director $10,500Democratic Party
Lex MaultsbyBanker $10,500Republican Party
Dana DlugaczFinance Analyst $10,250Democratic Party
Tony AllenBanker $10,150Democratic Party
Lorna MeyerManaging Director $10,000Democratic Party
Patrick McDonoughInvestment Banker $10,000Republican Party
Matthew McQueenManaging Director $10,000Republican Party
Michael StanleyBanker $10,000Republican Party
Michael DephillipsFX Sales $10,000Republican Party
Robert GrilloFinance $10,000Republican Party
Gary LynchAttorney $9,800Democratic Party
Matthew ScottFinance $9,792Republican Party
Erik MooreRetired $9,500Democratic Party
Mark LinszRetired $9,500Republican Party
Whitfield McDowellBanker $9,441Republican Party
James MahoneyCorporate Communications Specialist $9,400Democratic Party
Edward HillSenior Vice President $9,335Republican Party
Richard MeisterInvestment Banker $9,250Republican Party
EMY ParparitaTechnical Analyst $8,900Democratic Party
James QuigleyVice Chairperson $8,900Republican Party
Christopher LeupoldManaging Director $8,500Republican Party
David OmanBanker $8,100Republican Party
Umer AbbasiInformation Technology Professional $7,900Democratic Party
William FoxExecutive $7,700Republican Party
Scott HamiltonBanker $7,700Republican Party
John PrattInvestment Banker $7,700Republican Party
Jeffrey GladsteinFinance Advisor $7,500Republican Party
Samuel ChapinVice Chairperson $7,500Republican Party
Graham GoldsmithBanker $7,500Republican Party
Henry MulhollandTrader $7,500Republican Party
Phoebe TaylorAdministrator $7,500Democratic Party
Kimi PiazzaVice President $7,474Democratic Party
Omar NaberBanker $7,200Republican Party
David DarnellVice Chairperson $7,200Republican Party
Stephen PhilipInvestments $7,200Republican Party
Robert RobeyVice President Of Engineering $7,176Republican Party
Yuriko MitaSales $7,000Republican Party
James ForbesExecutive $7,000Republican Party
David McSweeneyInvestment Banker $6,800Republican Party
Brian CarosielliGlobal Banking and Markets $6,500Republican Party
Charles NoskiChief Finance Officer $6,500Republican Party
Sonia DulaInvestment Banker $6,400Republican Party
Burton HollandExecutive $6,300Democratic Party
Ravi SinhaBanker $6,300Republican Party
Geri ThomasPresident $6,200Democratic Party
Brian McCarthyVice Chairperson $6,200Republican Party
Maxine OuterbridgeInternal Auditor $6,140Democratic Party
Lawrence DI RitaBusiness Banker $6,050Republican Party
David TyrieExecutive $6,000Republican Party
Sylvan ChackmanFinance $6,000Republican Party
Alice MurphyInvestment Banker $6,000Republican Party
Karim AssefBanker $6,000Republican Party
James MercurioBanker $6,000Republican Party
Michael BrowneInformation Requested $6,000Democratic Party
David TinklerAttorney $5,881Democratic Party
Rich SatterfieldSenior Vice President $5,860Republican Party
Rod LoewenthalFinance Advisor $5,750Republican Party
Sonia DelenSenior Vice President $5,745Democratic Party
Raymond WoodManaging Director $5,700Democratic Party
Harold Ford JrExecutive $5,500Democratic Party
Fred ThorneBanker $5,500Republican Party
Frederick PerryBanker $5,416Republican Party
Shameem HasanBiosolids Management Technician $5,400Democratic Party
A PetrasSenior Vice President $5,400Democratic Party
Eric MoziloBanker $5,400Democratic Party
Hima PuchakayalaSoftware Engineer $5,400Democratic Party
James ReulbachFinance Service Specialist $5,350Republican Party
John CollingwoodExecutive $5,250Republican Party
Caroline KIMInvestment Banker $5,250Democratic Party
David LeitchAttorney $5,200Republican Party
Ashley ShawVice President $5,200Republican Party
Jeff ErdmannManaging Director $5,100Democratic Party
Richard McCormackExecutive $5,000Republican Party
Kevin CrainManaging Director $5,000Republican Party
David FlanneryBanking $5,000Republican Party
Cary ThompsonInvestment Banker $5,000Republican Party
Randy KingManaging Director $5,000Republican Party
Lyle WilponInvestment Banker $5,000Democratic Party
John CrawfordInvestment Banker $5,000Republican Party
Howard SyslerManager $5,000Republican Party
John CokinosInvestment Banker $5,000Republican Party
Andrew KarpInvestment Banker $5,000Republican Party
Fares NoujaimBanker $5,000Republican Party
Julie MalmstromInvestment Banker $5,000Republican Party
Shaun DreyerInvestment Banker $5,000Republican Party
Chris PaytonSenior Vice President $5,000Republican Party
Peter BerryFinance Advisor $5,000Republican Party
Julia SchwarzCommunications $5,000Republican Party
Thomas MorganBanker $4,945Democratic Party
Peter AnticoTrading/Banking $4,800Democratic Party
Karen BowlingSales Agent $4,800Republican Party
Kathleen ChaikinBanker $4,735Democratic Party
Carol ReinBanker $4,700Republican Party
Kathryn BloomfieldAttorney $4,675Democratic Party
Andrew LucasFinance Planner $4,600Democratic Party
Elisebeth DriscollClient Advisor $4,550Democratic Party
Vladimir ShpilskyInformation Technology Manager $4,500Republican Party
Joseph KohlsBanker $4,500Republican Party
Philip PucciarelliInvestment Banker $4,500Republican Party
John FortsonInvestment Banker $4,500Republican Party
James DemareFinance $4,500Republican Party
Richard BrownVice President And Manager $4,450Democratic Party
Richard SilvermanVice Chairperson $4,250Republican Party
Charles BowmanPresident $4,250Republican Party
David ThayerSenior Vice President $4,250Republican Party
Payton MayesFinance $4,250Republican Party
Adam BlackmanFinance $4,250Republican Party
Coleman CordellInvestment Banker $4,200Republican Party
Mehmet SahinarslanSoftware Engineer $4,200Democratic Party
David RebnordBanker $4,125Democratic Party
David BalandSales $4,100Democratic Party
Bruce IrvingProgrammer $4,100Democratic Party
Guillermo LopezBanker $4,000Republican Party
Brian KinkeadBanking $4,000Republican Party
Kenneth LewisChief Executive Officer $4,000Republican Party
David FieldInvestment Consultant $3,900Republican Party
Jennifer HillBanker $3,800Republican Party
Indraneil DuttaAnalyst $3,750Republican Party
Huberta DewittySales $3,750Democratic Party
Mark PollardFinance Consultant $3,650Democratic Party
Kevin MC DonaldComputer Systems Engineer $3,520Republican Party
Ralph SaggiomoManaging Director $3,500Democratic Party
Brodie JohnsonBanker $3,500Republican Party
Julian ParraExecutive $3,500Democratic Party
Michael McIvorBanking $3,400Democratic Party
Wynne ComerBanker $3,355Democratic Party
KIM MintonVice President $3,350Democratic Party
Darrell MinottSenior Vice President $3,350Democratic Party
Matty ParkData Analyst $3,335Democratic Party
James PlackAttorney $3,300Democratic Party
Elizabeth MoroneyClient Manager $3,250Democratic Party
Mike JOOBanker $3,200Democratic Party
D RollinsMarket Researcher $3,187Democratic Party
Oliver BennettFinance $3,150Democratic Party
William YarboroughRisk Management Director $3,139Democratic Party
Dorothy HurleyTrader $3,100Democratic Party
Rick LigonVice President $3,060Democratic Party
Maureen KeatingFinance Advisor $3,000Democratic Party
Susan ChalfinConsultant $3,000Democratic Party
Chris JaresClient Manager $3,000Democratic Party
Michael ReismanFinance $3,000Democratic Party
Hugh McCollRetired $3,000Democratic Party
Rob ParkerBanker $3,000Democratic Party
Vilda GarmoBanker $2,950Democratic Party
Sally VanasseRetired $2,900Democratic Party
Norman NexonSoftware Engineer $2,848Democratic Party
Steven PirainoData Analyst $2,750Democratic Party
Bing LiaoConsultant $2,725Democratic Party
Rebecca ManuelBanker $2,700Democratic Party
AMY CarenzaCorporate Banking Officer $2,700Democratic Party
Richard TietzEngineer $2,700Democratic Party
Dini AjmaniSales $2,700Democratic Party
Jackie KaikoFinance $2,700Democratic Party
Matthew CelenzaManaging Director $2,700Democratic Party
Stefanie FischelProduct Management Director $2,700Democratic Party
Meredith VerdoneMarketing $2,700Democratic Party
Bernard TsangBanker $2,700Democratic Party
Francisco RodriguezEconomist $2,700Democratic Party
Majid RizviBanker $2,700Democratic Party
Nicole WangBanker $2,700Democratic Party
Arthur GreenfederFinance Advisor $2,700Democratic Party
Melissa AnguillaVice President $2,700Democratic Party
Radhika SharanFinance Advisor $2,700Democratic Party
Kara ShawAnalyst $2,700Democratic Party
Michael StefanFinance $2,700Democratic Party
Lewis SteinbergInvestment Banker $2,700Democratic Party
Tracy SullivanUnderwriter $1,200Other
Judy ScheffelManagement $1,000Other
Jennifer BurkholderManager $975Libertarian Party
Steven PerdilettoSenior Vice President $500Libertarian Party
Lee SilvermanFinance Advisor $500Independent
Joseph McManusFinance Advisor $340Libertarian Party
Mathew WoodyardData Scientist $250Green Party
Phillips PerkinsLeasing $250Libertarian Party
Jerry ZamoraManaging Director $250Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party
David GrahamFinance Advisor $250Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party
Barbara BenciniSenior Vice President $250Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party
Cris PaltengheData Security Administrator $145Libertarian Party
Mary SchaubInformation Technology Manager $94Green Party
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Bank of America Salaries

Managing DirectorCharlotte, NC $450,000
Quantitative AnalystNew York, NY $250,000
Vice PresidentNew York, NY $250,000
Senior Finance ManagerNew York, NY $246,542
Senior Vice PresidentNew York, NY $225,000
Senior Finance ManagerNew York, NY $215,000
Finance Vice PresidentNew York, NY $200,000
Business Support ManagerNew York, NY $200,000
Vice PresidentNew York, NY $194,000
Sales OfficerNew York, NY $185,000
Vice PresidentNew York, NY $185,000
Senior Vice PresidentNew York, NY $180,000
Senior Vice PresidentPlano, TX $178,000
Vice PresidentJersey City, NJ $175,000
Senior Vice PresidentJersey City, NJ $171,500