Anne Finucane was born to an Irish-American family, and raised as the fourth of six children in Newton, Massachusetts. The lineages of both her parents trace back to County Cork. Her father, William, was a lawyer who worked for the Boston Patriots and local banks. Her mother, Mary, was a homemaker and distant relative of Tip O’Neill. Finucane was friends with one of Robert Q. Crane’s daughters, and Crane introduced Finucane to the then Mayor of Boston, Kevin White. Following completion of her studies at the University of New Hampshire, Finucane worked in the mayor’s arts office.
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- As Vice Chairman, Finucane oversees Bank of America’s strategic direction and governs how the bank impacts the world.
- She leads the deployment of capital to address sustainable development goals and the application of data and analytics to improve profitability.
- Appointed Chairman of Bank of America Merrill Lynch Europe earlier this year, Finucane is tasked with navigating a post-Brexit world for the bank.
- The newly expanded role includes governance and oversight of £30 billion in assets and business operations.
- With the mission to empower female entrepreneurs, Finucane launched the Institute for Women’s Entrepreneurship at Cornell University.