Anne Finucane was born on 1952 and is an American banker who is vice chair of Bank of America and chair of the board of Bank of America Europe.
15 Facts About Anne Finucane
Anne Finucane leads the bank's socially responsible investing, global public policy, and environmental, social and corporate governance committee.
Anne Finucane has worked in the banking industry since 1995, when she joined Fleet Financial, which later merged with the short-lived BankBoston to become part of Bank of America.
Anne Finucane's mother, Mary, was a homemaker and distant relative of Tip O'Neill.
Anne Finucane entered the banking industry when she joined Fleet Financial in 1995, serving as head of corporate affairs and marketing.
Anne Finucane worked to improve the bank's reputation following a subprime lending crisis, and helped in company acquisitions.
Anne Finucane became FleetBoston Financial's executive vice president for corporate marketing and communications.
In mid-2017, Anne Finucane was reportedly considered for Uber's vacant chief executive officer position, following the resignation of Travis Kalanick.
Anne Finucane ranked sixth on Boston list of "The 100 Women Who Run This Town" in 2010.
Anne Finucane was included in PRWeek 2013 "Power List", and ranked number 20 in Forbes 2014 list of "50 Most Influential CMOs" in the world.
Anne Finucane was named to Barron's 100 Most Influential Women in US Finance list in 2021.
In 2019, Anne Finucane was inducted into the American Advertising Federation's Advertising Hall of Fame.
Anne Finucane was selected for the inaugural 2021 Forbes 50 Over 50; made up of entrepreneurs, leaders, scientists and creators who are over the age of 50.
Anne Finucane is married to the journalist Mike Barnicle, who has three children from another marriage; the couple have four adult children of their own, and live in Lincoln, Massachusetts.
Anne Finucane is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, and has been president of the Massachusetts Women's Forum.