Turkish businessman Ali Koç selected to advisory council of BofA
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
Hürriyet photoAli Koç, executive board member of Koç Holding and chairman of Ford Otosan, has been selected to Bank of America’s Global Advisory Council, sustaining the international achievements of Turkey’s business leaders following recent news of Güler Sabancı joining the Supervisory Board of Siemens.
Bank of America announced yesterday the formation of the Bank of America Global Advisory Council with the appointment of 13 internationally recognized business, academic and public policy leaders.
The Global Advisory Council will share expertise and insight on the bank’s global engagement and help it further strengthen its worldwide relationships, according to the announcement.
Chaired by Chief Executive Officer Brian Moynihan, the Bank of America Global Advisory Council will also advise senior bank executives on trends and emerging opportunities in local markets.
“Bank of America has relationships with clients who compete in every region of the globe,” said Moynihan. “We thank our Global Advisory Council leaders for sharing their perspectives, experiences and judgments, which will help make us a better partner for the clients we serve.”
Chairperson of the Sabancı Group, Güler Sabancı, was elected to German technology giant Siemens’ Supervisory Board on Jan. 23 as the second woman in the company’s management, earning the votes of 98 percent of the group’s members.