Brian Moynihan

Brian Thomas Moynihan (born October 9, 1959) is an American lawyer, businessman and the President and CEO of Bank of America. He also joined the Board of Directors, following his promotion to President and CEO. He resides with his family outside of Boston, Massachusetts.
Posts about Brian Moynihan
  • “Banks Pump Up”? So Do Whistleblower Lawyers!

    … their happiness comes from a perception that regulators will leave them alone for the next 4 years. We aren’t sure that is true. And even if it is, whistleblowers still have the ability to prosecute bad their behavior. False Claims Act and Whistleblower Awards 2016 was the year of the whistleblower. The Justice Department paid out $519 million…

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  • What’s a Billion Dollars? (Whistleblower Post)

    … Claims Act whistleblower awards). When reading about these never ending huge banking fines, think of this; despite these huge multi-billion dollar fines, most of the CEO’s of these “too big to fail, too big to jail” monster banks keep getting raises. Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America just received a 23% increase in compensation ($16 million…

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  • Has Wall Street Changed?

    … excessive risk taking and hold Wall Street accountable.” The banks were making their own promises too. In 2010, new Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said the bank had turned the corner from the “excesses of the economic crisis.” So what happened? The Justice Department got off to a slow start but ultimately hammered Wall Street and collected…

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  • Rearranging Deck Chairs on the Titanic (Bank of America)

    … in the largest civil settlement against a single defendant in U.S. history – last year’s $16.65 billion False Claims Act and FIRREA prosecution. [Ed. Note: We were a lead counsel against the bank in this historic victory.] Did CEO Brian Moynihan lose his job? Did heads roll? Did the Board of Directors resign in shame? No, the board of directors voted…

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  • Bank of America – Can Brian Moynihan Survive?

    … Last week the Wall Street Journal carried an interesting front page story, “Bank of America’s Woes Test ‘Fixer’ CEO.” The gist of the article is that Bank of America’s CEO, Brian Moynihan, is having problems moving the bank forward. While other big banks are now showing nice profits – and dividends for shareholders – America’s second largest…

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  • HSBC – Menace or Monster?

    … it takes? Give us a call. All inquiries are protected by the attorney – client privilege and kept confidential. For more information, contact attorney Brian Mahany at brian@mahanyertl.com or by telephone at (414) 704-6731 (direct). MahanyLaw – America’s Whistleblower Lawyers Find me on Google +! This entry was posted on March 15, 2015, 12:03 pm and is filed under Fraud Recovery. You can follow any responses to this entry through RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed. …

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  • Iceland’s Response to Bank Fraud – A Lesson for the U.S.?

    … in the United States if Brian Moynihan, CEO of Bank of America, was featured on the evening news in handcuffs and an orange jumpsuit? Lest anyone think the four men got off easily, their sentences ranged from four to five and a half years. The four executives from Kaupthing bank weren’t the only ones convicted. The CEO’s of two of Iceland’s other big…

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  • Bank of America Postscript

    … be the answer for some folks, if a bank treated you unfairly or acted illegally, bankruptcy may not be the best option. Find a lawyer that understands foreclosure defense and lender liability. On the odd chance that this post is circulating through Bank of America, we ask that CEO Brian Moynihan stop making promises and start taking action. Things…

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  • Bank of America and HSBC – “Source of Shame”

    … practices think that bank executives are evil men. Bernie Madoff was an evil man. We suspect, however, that Gulliver and Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan are sincere when apologizing for their banks bad behavior. Unfortunately, they are virtually powerless to follow through on their promises. Why? First, there is the sheer size of the big…

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