Tim Mayopoulos testifies on Capitol Hill in 2009. Last month, Fifth Third Bancorp fired its general counsel because she was having a romantic relationship Mayopoulos, the chief executive of Fannie Mae, The Wall Street Journal has reported. Fifth Third’s general counsel, Heather Russell, and Mayopoulos both worked in Charlotte for Bank of America at earlier points in their careers.
Tim Mayopoulos testifies on Capitol Hill in 2009. Last month, Fifth Third Bancorp fired its general counsel because she was having a romantic relationship Mayopoulos, the chief executive of Fannie Mae, The Wall Street Journal has reported. Fifth Third’s general counsel, Heather Russell, and Mayopoulos both worked in Charlotte for Bank of America at earlier points in their careers. Alex Brandon ASSOCIATED PRESS
Tim Mayopoulos testifies on Capitol Hill in 2009. Last month, Fifth Third Bancorp fired its general counsel because she was having a romantic relationship Mayopoulos, the chief executive of Fannie Mae, The Wall Street Journal has reported. Fifth Third’s general counsel, Heather Russell, and Mayopoulos both worked in Charlotte for Bank of America at earlier points in their careers. Alex Brandon ASSOCIATED PRESS
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WSJ: Ex-Bank of America lawyer lost job over relationship with Fannie CEO

August 11, 2016 10:30 AM

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