Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Date Founded



1 Bryant Park,New York, NY 10036-6728

Type of Company


Employees (Worldwide)



Investment Banking & Brokerage

Company Description

Bank of America Merrill Lynch is the corporate and investment banking division of Bank of America. It provides services in mergers and acquisitions, equity and debt capital markets, lending, trading, risk management, research, and liquidity and payments management. It was formed through the combination of the corporate and investment banking activities of Bank of America and Merrill Lynch following the acquisition of the latter by the former in January 2009.

Executives & Employees

Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer

Chief Financial Officer

Interim Chief Financial Officer

Chief Operations Officer & Financial & Operations Principal

Enterprise Compliance Executive & Chief Operating Officer for Global Compliance

General Counsel, Global Banking & Markets & International

Managing Director & General Counsel

General Counsel of Global Equities, Capital Markets Products & CRE

Chief Executive, Corporate & Investment Bank-Europe, Middle East & Africa

Chief Executive Officer, Australia

Board of Directors

Chief Executive Officer at Bank of America Corp.

Vice Chairman of Global Wealth & Investment Management at Merrill Lynch International (United Kingdom)

Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Webtuner Corp.

Director at Bank of America Merrill Lynch

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Recent Transactions
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Transaction Clients
Investment Advisor

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Investment Advisor

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Investment Advisor

Advised on Enbridge, Inc. purchases Spectra Energy Corp.

Transaction Advisors
Legal Advisor

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Legal Advisor

Advised onMedtronic, Inc. purchases Covidien Plc resulting in a new company Medtronic Plc

Legal Advisor

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Co-Chair, Global Capital Markets Group

Advised onLa Quinta Holdings, Inc. issued Common Stock

Advisors & Consultants
Legal Advisor

General Counsel at Royal Bank of Canada

Legal Advisor

Global Co-Chair, Mergers & Acquisitions Practice Group at Latham & Watkins LLP

Legal Advisor

Partner at Proskauer Rose LLP


The California State Teachers Retirement System (CalSTRS) is administered by a 12-member Teachers' Retirement Board. Their Investment Committee's objectives are set forth in the California Constitution and the California Education Code. The Teachers Retirement Fund is a special trust fund established by law that holds the assets of the following programs: Defined Benefit, Defined Benefit Supplement and Cash Balance Benefit. The assets come from contributions by members, employing school districts and the State of California. The funds investments create a stream of income to add to those assets. The CalSTRS portfolio has broadly diversified holdings in seven categories: Global Equity, Fixed Income, Real Estate, Private Equity, Cash, Inflation Sensitive and Overlay. CalSTRS often engages in shareholder activism.

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The Colorado Public Employees' Retirement Association's (CoPERA) trust funds are invested under the direction of a board of trustees. CoPERA's investment strategy uses actuarially established asset allocation investment objectives with long-term goals and policies. Assets are diversified into domestic and international stocks, corporate, government, and international bonds, mortgages, real estate and alternative investments. The fund is long-term in nature and the selection of investments is regulated by statutory limitation, investment time horizon, the limits of acceptable risk and the objective of optimizing the total rate of return. The targeted strategic asset allocation is designed to provide an optimal diversification to reduce risk and maximize total rate of return relative to risk. Many of CoPERA's actively managed portfolios are managed by outside sub-advisors.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants
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$50K - $100K
Political Donations