Banker In Search Of A Bank?
SPURNED BANKAMERICA Chief Financial Officer Lewis Coleman is probably headed for a CEO-ship somewhere, following his resignation from the bank on Nov. 14. In August, BofA's board passed over Coleman and tapped David Coulter, vice-chairman for international and wholesale banking, as its chief executive. He will take over on Jan. 1 when Richard Rosenberg is scheduled to retire. One headhunter calls Coleman "one of the hottest properties in financial services" and says he is likely to end up running his own bank before too long.
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