Friday October 2, 2009 | Ken Lewis Leaving Bank of America

October 1, 2009 at 8:56 am | Posted in Coming Up | 3 Comments

We’ll discuss the implications of Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis’ announcement that he will retire at the end of the year. A panel of experts joins us to talk about possible successors, what the change in leadership will mean for Bank of America, and for the future of Charlotte as the headquarters for the bank.
Guests
Rick Rothacker
– Banking Reporter, The Charlotte Observer
Dr. Tony Plath – Associate Professor of Finance at UNC Charlotte
Mayor Pat McCroryMayor of Charlotte

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  1. […] Friday October 2, 2009 | Ken Lewis Leaving Bank of America « Charlotte Blogs charlotteblogs.wordpress.com/2009/10/01/friday-october-2-2009-ken-lewis-leaving-bank-of-america – view page – cached We’ll discuss the implications of Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis’ announcement that he will retire at the end of the year. A panel of experts joins us to talk about possible successors, what… (Read more)We’ll discuss the implications of Bank of America CEO Ken Lewis’ announcement that he will retire at the end of the year. A panel of experts joins us to talk about possible successors, what the change in leadership will mean for Bank of America, and for the future of Charlotte as the headquarters for the bank. (Read less) — From the page […]

  2. How long do you think it will take before BOA starts asking for tax incentives from the city and state… or they are moving out. Shouldn’t be too long…

  3. on moving executives, maybe “trivial”, but not insignificant. Case in point–BofA’s 3rd party relocation firm bought Barbara Desoer’s house for $1.462M in May ’09. House has been on the market since 8/1/08. At that point, came on market at $1.675M. As of 9/23, price is now $975k. In addition to the hit someone is taking on that loss, there’s also the cost of maintaining a house in corporate inventory for over a year. Ugh!


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