Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Global Commercial Banking unit offers tailored solutions to a range of clients and industries
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is one of the world's largest financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small- and middle-market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services.
In this unprecedented economic environment, nearly every business has encountered challenges, many of which it has never before faced. Because of this reality, a trusted financial advisor is more important than ever before--an advisor with the experience to help clients find the right solution for current needs, anticipate emerging issues and, ultimately, position the business for growth as we move out of today's financial downturn into a more favorable marketplace.
Global Commercial Banking (GCB) is one of the largest commercial banks in the U.S., serving 287,000 companies with revenues of $1 million to more than $2 billion.
Our unique client coverage model and close partnerships with other lines of business at Bank of America enable our dedicated commercial client teams to seamlessly deliver all of the bank's capabilities as integrated solutions to their commercial clients. Those solutions range from traditional commercial credit and treasury products, to liquidity solutions, M&A, debt and equity capital markets, risk management, merchant services, individual and institutional wealth management, international banking, municipal finance, and institutional retirement services, such as 401(k) and pension plans.
In addition to serving a broad array of general industry clients, GCB also has national specialty practices in healthcare, education, nonprofit and government, in addition to regional- and market-level industry specialty practices.
We are proud of the leading market position we have earned in key areas:
- Number one in syndicated loans to U.S. Large Middle Market and U.S. Traditional Middle Market from Q1 2010 - Q4 2010
- Number one U.S. lead arranger of asset-based loans for the year 2011
- Number one SBA 504 lender (based on volume)
- Leading affordable housing lender
For more information on GCB, specifically, and Bank of America Merrill Lynch, overall, please visit us at www.bankofamerica.com/corporate.