Retirement Benefits for BofA’s Lewis: $83 Million

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Published in The Wall Street Journal February 27, 2010 by Dan Fitzpatrick 

Retired Bank of America Corp. Chief Executive Kenneth Lewis left with about $83 million in pension and insurance benefits, stock and other compensation, according to a securities filing Friday. The filing by the Charlotte, N.C., bank also disclosed that the highest-paid executive at the nation’s largest bank by assets in 2009 was Thomas Montag, who got $29.9 million in total compensation as president of global banking and markets.

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