Bank of America
said Wednesday that an executive with 31 years at the company will step up as president of the institution's Baltimore and Maryland markets.
David Millman's past positions at Bank of America include leadership roles in consumer banking and global commercial banking. He's replacing William Couper, the company's mid-Atlantic president, who plans to retire at the end of September after 40 years with Bank of America.
Millman, born in Baltimore, lives in Owings Mills with wife Holly. His responsibilities will include working as a market executive for business banking, a division aimed at small to mid-sized companies.
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