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BofA plans to bring top NYC managers back to office


Bank of America Corp (BofA) plans to bring top New York managers back to the office starting June 1, as the proliferation of vaccines across the US clears the way for employees to return.
“Our goal is by after Labour Day to effectively be back to where we were in January of 2020,” CEO Brian Moynihan said while testifying before the House Committee on Financial Services. The bank has started to bring its vaccinated employees back after staff voluntarily notified the firm that they’ve had the shots,
according to Moynihan.
“We have about 50,000 teammates that put the information in and given the ability for us to call them back,” Moynihan said.
Banks have been pushing for staff to return to offices as the vaccine helps an economy near-shuttered
by the pandemic begin to
reopen. Citigroup Inc CEO Jane Fraser said that the bank is aiming to have about 30% of employees back in July with plans to ramp up from there.
JPMorgan Chase & Co., which in April became the first major US bank to mandate a return to office, is aiming for everyone to be back for half the time starting mid-July, CEO Jamie Dimon said.
JPMorgan is already asking people to come in now so they get comfortable, according to Dimon, who said that while he wants everyone to be vaccinated, his bank isn’t requiring that yet. JPMorgan this month reopened US offices that had remained at least partially shuttered in the wake of last year’s coronavirus lockdowns.

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