Disclosing more details of a reorganization of its New England-based banking operations, BankBoston Corp. said Monday that domestic private banking and U.S. and international technology and operations will be managed under the same umbrella as consumer, small- business, and marketing services.
This summer the $74 billion-asset bank named Bradford H. Warner, a 20- year veteran of its wholesale bank, to head a new regional organization as part of a new three-pronged business strategy. Wholesale and international make up the other two legs, the bank said.
The bank has been realigning its operations for the last year. The new regional bank gives broader responsibilities to five executives: Edward L. Robertson 2d, president of the metro Boston region; Richard J. Fates, president of the central Massachusetts region; Laurence C. Harrington, president of northern Massachusetts and New Hampshire; Fred C. Lohrum, president of southern Massachusetts and Rhode Island; and R. Nelson Griebel, president of western Massachusetts and Connecticut.