Bank of America names chief risk officer
by Richard Kilner
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Bank of America has named Gregory L. Curl as the firm’s new chief risk officer, tasked with discovering credit, market and operational risks.
On 30 June, after a transitional period, Curl will succeed the incumbent chief risk officer Amy Woods Brinkley, who will remain with the firm until she retires in the summer and will join the bank’s charitable board.
Curl is a veteran of Bank of America, having served it for over three decades.
He began his career in the mid-70s with Boatmen’s Bancshares, working as a commercial loan officer, and also served U.S. Senator John C. Danforth as a special assistant for a few years.
After that he became vice chairman and chief operating officer of Boatmen’s, then occupied a range of senior positions within Bank of America.