(Bloomberg) -- Bank of America shareholders should oppose a proposal allowing Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan to remain chairman, proxy advisor Glass Lewis & Co. said.
Moynihan, 55, became chairman in October after the second- largest U.S. lender amended shareholder-backed bylaws created in 2009 that require an independent chairman. The bank's investors are scheduled to vote Sept. 22 on a proposal that would ratify that change.
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