Wednesday, October 22, 2014

BofA holds reception in Charlotte for longtime employees

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan recognized employees who have worked for the company for at least 50 years during a reception last week at its Charlotte headquarters.

Of course, the Bank of America name has only been around for 16 years and was created when Charlotte’s NationsBank bought San Francisco-based BankAmerica in 1998.

That means the employees who were honored last week have also worked for a Bank of America predecessor company.

It's the second year in a row that Moynihan, who became CEO in 2010, has held an event in Charlotte to honor employees who have been with the company for at least 50 years.

"This recognition is part of our ongoing efforts to recognize employees for their dedication and time with the company," spokeswoman Ferris Morrison said.

Eleven employees, none of whom work in the Charlotte metropolitan area, were honored at the event last week, Morrison said. The employees work across the bank's U.S. footprint, she said.

The event was held in Bank of America Corporate Center’s Founders Hall.


Anonymous said...

And they probably worked for NCNB, which was the predecessor to NationsBank.