Two proxy advisory firms are urging Bank of America shareholders to vote against certain directors at the May 6 annual meeting. The recommendation comes after the bank’s board named CEO Brian Moynihan chairman in October, rolling back a shareholder-approved bylaw requiring an independent chair.
Two proxy advisory firms are urging Bank of America shareholders to vote against certain directors at the May 6 annual meeting. The recommendation comes after the bank’s board named CEO Brian Moynihan chairman in October, rolling back a shareholder-approved bylaw requiring an independent chair. Simon Dawson Bloomberg
Two proxy advisory firms are urging Bank of America shareholders to vote against certain directors at the May 6 annual meeting. The recommendation comes after the bank’s board named CEO Brian Moynihan chairman in October, rolling back a shareholder-approved bylaw requiring an independent chair. Simon Dawson Bloomberg

BofA shareholders urged to vote against directors over chairman issue

April 23, 2015 6:42 PM

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