Bank of America announced in an internal memo yesterday that Keith Winn, the president of Bank of America Capital Management, has been named the investment product development and management executive for the organization expected to emerge from the BoA-FleetBoston merger.

Brian Moynihan, the designated president of wealth and investment management at the post-merger Bank of America, said Tuesday that Winn will manage the company's third-party, nonproprietary, and open architecture investment product platforms.

In this role, Winn is to work with the company’s brokerage, private bank, and middle-market institutional businesses to deliver products and services.

Winn joined Bank of America in 2001 and rose to president of the investment management division of its asset management group. He is to remain in this role through the transition to the combination with Fleet, overseeing day-to-day operations of the business in partnership with Keith Banks, who is to lead the combined asset management unit.

Before taking his current role last year, Winn was the chief operating officer of Banc of America Investment Services Inc.

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