Bloomberg: BofA Targets Up to $3B in Additional Cuts
Bloomberg reported that Bank of America may reduce annual costs by as much as an additional $3 billion in the next stage of chief executive officer Brian T. Moynihan’s efficiency plan.
The article said BofA, which already targeted $5 billion in expense cuts from retail and back-office operations, may reach total savings of $6 billion to $8 billion a year, citing Moynihan from a January 19 employee meeting.
The latest phase of Moynihan’s effort examines investment and commercial banking, trading and wealth-management units and is scheduled to be completed in April, Bloomberg reported.
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