Former FBI man to lead Bank of America security

Friday, 16 June 2006, 9:56 AM EST

Bank of America (BofA) lured Chris Swecker from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to head its corporate security efforts. Swecker announced his retirement as assistant director of the criminal investigative division and acting executive assistant director for law enforcement services at the FBI and will join BofA in August.

Swecker will oversee the bank's global security initiatives, including protective services, investigative services and homeland security. He will be based in BofA's Charlotte, N.C., headquarters and will report to global risk executive Amy Woods Brinkley.

At Wall Street & Technology.

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