Bank of America shareholder Bartlett Naylor, who failed last year to get enough investors to support a break-up plan for the Charlotte bank, is trying again to bring the issue before investors. Only 4.1 percent of voting investors supported Naylor’s proposal at the bank’s annual shareholder meeting last year.
Bank of America shareholder Bartlett Naylor, who failed last year to get enough investors to support a break-up plan for the Charlotte bank, is trying again to bring the issue before investors. Only 4.1 percent of voting investors supported Naylor’s proposal at the bank’s annual shareholder meeting last year. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
Bank of America shareholder Bartlett Naylor, who failed last year to get enough investors to support a break-up plan for the Charlotte bank, is trying again to bring the issue before investors. Only 4.1 percent of voting investors supported Naylor’s proposal at the bank’s annual shareholder meeting last year. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
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Talk of breaking up big banks not going away

February 15, 2016 04:44 PM

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