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!

    … There was a interesting article in today’s New York Post. Titled “Banks Pump Up,” the article contained a cleverly photoshopped graphic of the faces JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon and Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan superimposed over the torsos of body builders. Moynihan’s left bicep has an “I love Trump” tattoo. Some big businesses are happy…

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

    …. Short for the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery and Enforcement Act, FIRREA is a law that allows the government to prosecute a wide array of bank misconduct. On the plus side, one need not show a loss to the government. Virtually any bank fraud may qualify. On the negative side, awards are capped at $1.6 million. (There is no cap on False…

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  • Has Wall Street Changed?

    … Street managers are still aware of workplace wrongdoing. [The study, titled The Street, The Bull, and The Crisis can be found here.] Is this study correct? Unfortunately, it is. The big whistleblower cases of the crisis years are mostly behind us now. There is a 6 year statute of limitations under the False Claims Act meaning it is probably too…

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

    … Brian Mahany at or by telephone at (414) 704-6731 (direct). Find me on Google +! This entry was posted on September 7, 2015, 6:00 am 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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  • 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?

    … of shame”. Now it turns out that Gulliver’s own actions should be an even bigger source of shame. Fortune magazine reports that Gulliver is a Hong Kong resident for tax purposes. Once upon a time he actually lived in Asia. In 2011 after becoming HSBC’s CEO he moved to London. Many are now wondering why he isn’t paying taxes there. We wonder why he hid…

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

    … settlement involving $10 billion in cash and nearly $7 billion more in relief monies. (Note: Brian Mahany and Mahany & Ertl represented one of the three whistleblowers in that case.) How many executives from Bank of America went to prison? None! Wells Fargo? Chase? Citi? Ocwen? None! Compare this to tiny Iceland, which suffered just as much from…

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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”

    … biggest bank and America’s second largest bank, the two institutions control almost $5 trillion in assets… $5,000,000,000,000.00. Every few weeks we read a new scandal, which is immediately followed by well intended but hollow promises to do better. Many of the homeowners I talk to who have lost their homes to predatory lending and predatory foreclosure…

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