Raul A. Anaya is president and co-head of Business Banking, one of Bank of America’s eight lines of business, and is a member of the company’s executive management team.

In this role, Raul, along with co-head Sharon Miller, leads a nationwide team that serves 11 million business owner clients and more than 3.4 million start-up to mid-sized businesses with annual revenues up to $50 million, including one out of every three small businesses in the country.

Under their leadership, Bank of America is consistently ranked as the #1 small business lender according to the FDIC, has been recognized as the "Best Bank in the U.S. for Small and Medium Enterprises" by Global Finance magazine, and has received the "Outstanding Customer Service Experience" award from J.D. Power for 14 consecutive years.

In addition to his responsibilities as president of Business Banking, Raul serves as president of Bank of America for Greater Los Angeles, leading integration of Bank of America’s business lines to ensure delivery of the bank’s global financial services to individuals and businesses locally. He also oversees the bank’s local corporate and social responsibility activities, including philanthropic giving, community development lending and investing, environmental initiatives, diversity efforts, arts and culture projects, and employee volunteerism for the 6,000 employees who work in the Greater Los Angeles region.

Raul also leads Bank of America's enterprise Hispanic-Latino business strategy, with a goal of growing the bank's leading market share position serving the U.S. Hispanic-Latino population. In addition, he advises Bank of America's Hispanic-Latino Executive Council, which consists of the bank's 300 most senior Hispanic-Latino bank executives in the U.S. Raul is also a member of Bank of America’s Global Diversity & Inclusion Council, which drives diversity initiatives across the company.

Active in the community, Anaya serves on the boards of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce (past Chair), the AltaMed Health Services Foundation (past Chair), UCLA Mattel Children’s Hospital, Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Latino in Washington D.C. Anaya is also a member of the Angeleno chapter of YPO Gold.

Anaya joined Bank of America in Houston in 1989.

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