Brian Frumkin has been an attorney with Bank of America for over 30 years, specializing in consumer financial services and digital payment solutions. He also provides legal advice on accessibility matters to the retail bank and is especially proud of his work in helping the Bank maintain a leadership position in accessible banking services. Beginning with the first nationwide “talking ATMs” and the first accessible financial institution website, Brian has supported the Bank’s efforts to make its financial services available to all persons, regardless of their circumstances.
Brian graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Michigan Law School and began his legal career in San Francisco before moving to Charlotte, NC.
In his spare time, Brian is a proficient amateur cellist, an avid chamber music player and supporter of the arts. Brian has established a permanent scholarship for chamber music at the University of Wisconsin School of Music in Madison.