Finucane, Anne M.
ANNE M. Finucane is the global chief strategy and marketing officer at Bank of America, one of the world’s largest financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small- and middle-market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services.
Finucane reports to Chief Executive Officer and President Brian T. Moynihan, and serves as a member of the company’s senior executive management team. During her 15 years as a senior leader at Bank of America and its legacy firms, Finucane has served as senior advisor to four chief executive officers and the boards of directors, with a focus on corporate strategy and public policy creation and implementation.
Finucane oversees Bank of America’s 10-year, $2 billion philanthropic giving goal through the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, one of the world’s largest corporate philanthropic organizations. The foundation’s signature program, the Neighborhood Excellence Initiative (NEI), is in its seventh year. In 2010 under Finucane’s leadership, the foundation will allocate more than $20 million
globally to NEI, which recognizes, nurtures and rewards organizations, local heroes and student leaders helping to strengthen and revitalize their communities in the bank’s major markets.
Also, as founder and chair of the Environmental Council at Bank of America, Finucane leads the company’s focus on one of the world’s most pressing policy issues, global climate change.
A native of Boston, Finucane earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of New Hampshire. She serves on the boards of Carnegie Hall, the Special Olympics International Board of Trustees, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, Partners Healthcare, the American Ireland Fund and the International Center of Journalists. Finucane’s paternal grandfather came to the U.S. as a young boy from Co. Cork. She has visited Ireland several times over the past few years.
Finucane and her husband, the award-winning print and broadcast journalist Mike Barnicle, have four children.
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