Bank of America Corp. chairman and chief executive Kenneth D. Lewis is facing ever-growing opposition in advance of the company's April 29 annual meeting.

Risk Metrics/ISS Governance Services and Glass Lewis on Friday urged shareholders to vote against new board terms for Lewis and the lead independent director, O. Temple Sloan. ISS also recommended voting against every member of the $2.5 trillion-asset Charlotte company's asset quality committee. The recommendations came a day after another proxy adviser, Proxy Governance, backed a shareholder proposal that would strip Lewis of the chairman title.

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