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Europe, Middle East & Africa

Harnessing the power of the capital markets to do good. How Bank of America Merrill Lynch is deploying financial and human capital to drive economic and environmental progress in local communities.

Proudly supporting communities across EMEA for more than 90 years

With a presence in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) for more than 90 years, Bank of America Merrill Lynch combines local knowledge and global expertise to offer market-leading products and services across Global Banking and Markets. In EMEA, we have offices in 21 countries across three continents serving the needs of corporate, institutional and government clients.

We are guided by a common purpose to help make financial lives better, and we deliver on this through responsible growth with a focus on our environmental, social and governance (ESG) leadership. ESG is embedded across our business and reflects how we deploy capital to drive economic and environmental progress in our communities; how we build trust and credibility; and how we create a company that people want to work at, invest in and do business with.

Connect with us on Twitter @BofAML and learn more in our 2017 Annual Report and ESG Performance Data Summary. Also visit bankofamerica.com/environment.

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Advancing women’s leadership and economic empowerment globally

The diversity of our employees – in thought, belief, style, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, culture, ability and experience – makes us stronger and is essential to our ability to fulfil our purpose of making financial lives better and achieving our business strategy of responsible growth…  learn More about Advancing women’s leadership and economic empowerment globally

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Solving the world's safe water problem

Getting safe water is, for most of us, as simple as turning a faucet. But imagine if any water you want to use in your home — whether for washing, cooking, drinking, and even basic sanitation — has to be carried physically from a far-off source. And now imagine that this hard-earned water isn’t fit for drinking, but contaminated with chemicals, parasites, or even raw sewage…  learn More about Solving the world's safe water problem

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Spotlighting the Cherie Blair Foundation and the power of mentorship

Bank of America partners with the Cherie Blair Foundation on its Mentoring Women in Business program to connect women small business leaders in Asia, Africa and the Middle East to mentoring expertise that will enable them to advance their business. The program has matched more than 2,000 women in developing and emerging countries to online mentors, including more than 400 Bank of America employees…  learn More about Spotlighting the Cherie Blair Foundation and the power of mentorship

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Kiva announces leadership pledge from Bank of America to support “Women’s Entrepreneurship Fund”

Bank of America, U.S. Department of State and Kiva, the world's largest crowdfunding platform for social good, have joined forces to support women’s entrepreneurship through the "Women's Entrepreneurship Fund." The newly created fund will help to crowdfund loans to one million women entrepreneurs around the world on Kiva.org. The Fund matches, dollar-for-dollar, what Kiva’s citizen lenders provide to women entrepreneurs on Kiva.org…  learn More about Kiva announces leadership pledge from Bank of America to support “Women’s Entrepreneurship Fund”

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Bank of America and IEEW: Investing in women leaders from Afghanistan and Rwanda

Bank of America is no stranger to helping women entrepreneurs grow and thrive. Through partnerships such as the Global Ambassadors Program and the Tory Burch Foundation Capital Program, we’re working to advance women small business owners around the world. After all, women make up more than half of Bank of America’s global workforce alone…  learn More about Bank of America and IEEW: Investing in women leaders from Afghanistan and Rwanda




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