Geoffrey S. Greener is chief risk officer of Bank of America. He is responsible for overseeing the company’s governance and strategy for global risk management and compliance, including relationships with key regulators and supervisory institutions worldwide. Greener is a member of the company’s executive management team.

Greener’s team provides independent oversight and guidance for managing risk and ensuring compliance, including the development and implementation of risk management measures across the company. His team leads efforts to build and sustain a strong culture in which all employees understand the importance of managing risk to deliver responsible growth and serve our customers, clients, shareholders and communities.

Greener has served in a number of senior roles throughout the company, including Enterprise Capital Management executive, in which he was responsible for capital management for Bank of America, and head of Global Markets Portfolio Management. Greener also has chaired the Global Markets Capital Committee and the Global Banking and Markets Regulatory Reform Executive Committee.

Prior to joining Bank of America in 2007, Greener was a portfolio manager at Caxton Associates, where he specialized in fixed income markets and mortgage-backed securities. He began his career at Goldman Sachs, where he worked from 1987 to 1995, trading fixed income products.

Greener participates in several organizations that focus on risk, finance and climate change governance and policy, including the Global Association of Risk Professionals' Board of Trustees, the International Financial Risk Institute's Foundation Board and Stanford University's Sustainable Finance Initiative Advisory Board. He is also a member of the Bank Policy Institute's Chief Risk Office Advisory Committee. 

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