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November 15, 1995 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lewis W. Coleman, passed over for the top job at BankAmerica Corp., will resign as the company's vice chairman and chief financial officer, the banking giant announced Tuesday. Michael E. O'Neill, head of the San Francisco-based bank's global equity investments unit and former chief financial officer of Continental Bank Corp., will succeed Coleman, BankAmerica announced.
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November 15, 1995 | THOMAS S. MULLIGAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lewis W. Coleman, passed over for the top job at BankAmerica Corp., will resign as the company's vice chairman and chief financial officer, the banking giant announced Tuesday. Michael E. O'Neill, head of the San Francisco-based bank's global equity investments unit and former chief financial officer of Continental Bank Corp., will succeed Coleman, BankAmerica announced.
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BUSINESS
September 25, 1998 | Bloomberg News
NationsBanc Montgomery Securities said Carter McClelland, the former co-head of global investment banking for Deutsche Bank, will start Monday as co-head of its investment banking business in New York. NationsBanc Montgomery, whose chief executive, Thomas Weisel, 57, resigned in a dispute with the company's parent, NationsBank Corp. of Charlotte, N.C., said McClelland will sit on its executive committee and will report to its new chief executive, Lewis Coleman.
BUSINESS
September 22, 1998 | Bloomberg News
NationsBanc Montgomery Securities' Thomas Weisel resigned as chief executive of the investment bank he founded 27 years ago, following a dispute over control of the firm's junk bond business, according to an announcement distributed to employees. Weisel will be replaced by Chief Operating Officer Lewis Coleman, formerly vice chairman of BankAmerica Corp. The resignation of Weisel, 57, came after Charlotte, N.C.-based NationsBank Corp.
BUSINESS
December 9, 1987
Michael E. Rossi has been named executive vice president and senior credit officer of Bank of America's world banking group. He succeeds Lewis W. Coleman, who was named head of the bank's Capital Markets Group in July and has continued as the world banking group's senior credit officer on an interim basis. Rossi previously was senior vice president and manager of its Latin America special assets group.
BUSINESS
May 11, 2000 | Bloomberg News
Bank of America Corp., the largest U.S. bank, said it's considering acquisitions and hiring investment bankers from rival firms to bolster its securities business in Europe. The Charlotte, N.C.-based bank has no plans to buy a "big investment bank" and would rather recruit bankers from other firms, said Kenneth Lewis, Bank of America's president and chief operating officer. The bank would consider buying a smaller firm to fill a particular niche, he said.
BUSINESS
November 25, 1998 | Bloomberg News
NationsBanc Montgomery Securities, the San Francisco-based investment banking arm of BankAmerica Corp., has assembled a new team to run its equities business and hopes to double the unit's revenue in the next three years. The changes follow the recent resignation of the head of trading, Robert Kahan, and head of equity sales trading, Jim McMahon.
BUSINESS
December 5, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
Former BankAmerica Corp. Exec Joins Montgomery Securities: Lewis W. Coleman, the bank holding company's former vice chairman and chief financial officer, joined Montgomery as a senior managing director and co-director of investment banking, Montgomery said. Coleman, 53, will oversee the San Francisco-based firm's financial services, real estate and fixed-income areas. His areas of responsibility will include one of Montgomery's highest-profile projects, advising Wells Fargo & Co.
BUSINESS
June 27, 1998
* Call-Net Enterprises Inc., the Canadian affiliate of Sprint Corp., said Fonorola Inc. of Montreal accepted its sweetened takeover offer of $1.34 billion in cash, stock and assumed debt, ending a two-month-long effort to buy the rival long-distance carrier. * Monsanto Co. is selling its unit that makes Ortho and White Swan home lawn-and-garden products to Scotts Co., which sells Micro-Gro fertilizer, for about $300 million.
BUSINESS
December 6, 2005 | Richard Verrier, Times Staff Writer
DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. on Monday named Lewis Coleman, a former vice chairman and chief financial officer of Bank of America, as its president as part of an effort to bolster the company's financial and management ranks. Coleman, 63, who has stepped down as a DreamWorks board member, fills a position that has been vacant since the creator of computer-animated hits such as "Shrek 2" and "Madagascar" was launched as a publicly traded company last year.
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