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BofA Revives Talks With BNY Chief

Bank of America resumes talks with Robert Kelly to replace its retiring CEO Kenneth Lewis.

Bank of America has resumed talks with Robert Kelly to replace its retiring CEO Kenneth Lewis, The Wall Street Journal reports. Kelly, CEO of Bank of New York Mellon, was previously approached for the post, but had rejected the offer.

Kelly has been the finance chief of Wachovia, which he left in 2006. BofA’s chief risk officer, Gregory Curl, and Brian Moynihan, president of consumer and small business banking, are also being considered for Lewis’ successor.

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