Brian Moynihan has been on a brutal cleanup mission at Bank of America (BAC) for three years, but his toughest task still lies ahead.

Moynihan, who in January 2010 became chief executive of one of the country's biggest and most troubled banks, has cut costs, raised capital levels and tried to placate waves of angry investors, bondholders and government agencies.

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