Hard at Work in New York
Bank of America began serving New York nearly 200 years ago. The National Bank of Orange and Ulster Counties opened its doors in 1812, U.S. Trust was formed in 1853 and the Merrill Lynch partnership was begun in 1914. Each entered the Bank of America family in recent years. Today, Bank of America is one of the nation’s largest financial institutions and provides services to half of all American households.
Mar 28, 2014
Joshua Seftel of Seftel Productions is a longtime Bank of America customer and a successful filmmaker with a social conscience… learn More about Changing the world, one film at a time
Jan 07, 2014
IN THE NEWS (The New York Times): For all the talk of New York’s “tale of two cities” economic divide, last week Mayor Bill de Blasio took charge of a local economy that has far outperformed the rest of the country since the financial collapse — and not just in a small corner of Manhattan, but across the city… learn More about New York, The Silicon City
Nov 01, 2013
IN THE NEWS (The Huffington Post): It’s been a year since the East Coast was rocked with one of those "100-year storms" - the kind that have shown up more and more frequently in the last decade. … learn More about Small Business Lessons from Hurricane Sandy
Nov 21, 2013
The couple behind the Blue Duck Bakery Café in Southampton, NY, opened a third location with backing from the CDC of Long Island and Bank of America… learn More about A Recipe for Small Business Success
Apr 30, 2013
IN THE NEWS (Associated Press): ADDISON, Mich. (AP) — The sound of their child's laughter filled their new house, echoing through the empty rooms as Eric Daggs and his family walked through it for the first time Daggs, 27, along with his wife, Chelsea, 28, of three years and their 2-year old son, Carter, received a new house in Addison donated by Bank of America and the Military Warriors Support Foundation… learn More about Brooklyn Veteran, Family Receive Renovated Home
*Over $13.3 million in nonprofit support for New York in 2012.