Bank of America has appointed a new chief financial officer as part of a broader shake-up of its management team. Among the women promoted to the top management team is Lauren Mogensen, who was named global general counsel. She had been head of compliance and operational risk, where she had been working with regulators around the world. Mogensen will replace David Leitch, who Moynihan recruited six years ago to be the company's top attorney. Leitch plans to retire next year. Moynihan also promoted Holly O'Neill to president of retail banking. O'Neill had been chief client care executive and head of consumer client services where she oversaw the bank's contact centers. Wendy Stewart was promoted to president of global commercial banking. Stewart had been co-running the commercial banking business in the southeast and was overseeing the wholesale credit strategy. Katy Knox will also be on BofA's management team and remain in her role as president of the private bank. Moynihan also promoted Cathy Bessant to become vice chair of global strategy. Bessant, who had been the chief technology and operations officer, will relocate to Paris where she will work with the company's boards in Europe. Aditya Bhasin will become the new chief technology and information officer. Bhasin had been in charge of the online and mobile banking apps, along with payments and commerce services as chief information officer. Tom Scrivener was named chief operations executive, where he will in part be overseeing forgiveness of Paycheck Protection Program efforts. He has held a number of positions at the bank, including being charged with running the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review stress tests. Along with Borthwick, Bhasin and Scrivener, a handful of executives will also be new reports to Moynihan, including Matthew Koder, the president of global corporate and investment banking; Jim DeMare, president of global markets and global commercial real estate; Bernie Mensah, CEO of Merrill Lynch International; Steve Boland, who was named chief administrative officer and will oversee the market presidents; and Bruce Thompson, vice chair of wholesale credit.