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Janicki Named Bank Of American Buffalo Market President

Succeeds Kevin Murphy Who Retires After 30 Years With Bank

Keith Griffin

August 20, 2020

Ted Janicki is the new Buffalo market president for Bank of America. He succeeds Kevin Murphy, who recently retired after more than 30 years with Bank of America.

Ted Janicki, Bank of America Buffalo market president

As market president, Janicki will be responsible for connecting the banking and investment resources offered through our eight lines of business to companies, families and individuals across Erie and Niagara counties. He will also lead the effort to deploy Bank of America's resources to address social concerns, strengthen economic opportunity, and build strong communities, as well as support the health, safety and engagement of local teammates.

With 17 years of experience at Bank of America, Janicki will continue in his role as small business banker manager, leading a team of small business bankers who serve clients across Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Albany, Hudson Valley, and the Western Massachusetts market.

“During his 15-year tenure as market president and more than 30 distinguished years with our company, Kevin built and nurtured valuable relationships with influencers and clients throughout the market that made a lasting imprint,” said Brian Moynihan, CEO, Bank of America. “I thank him for his leadership and look forward to Ted taking on this important work.”

Janicki started his career at Bank of America while in college and has had roles serving clients in Consumer and Small Business and Global Commercial Banking. He is a Western New York native and current Buffalo resident, and an active member of the Buffalo Niagara Partnership, Buffalo Niagara 360, and the CanAm Council. He dedicates volunteer time to a number of local nonprofits, including Junior Achievement of Western New York, Habitat for Humanity, and the Erie County SPCA.

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