Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan will spend at least one day in Charlotte this month. Moynihan - whose Boston residency frequently comes up in local conversation about Charlotte-based BofA - will be one of six panelists at the Charlotte Chamber's annual Economic Outlook Conference on Dec. 17 at the Charlotte Convention Center.
Joining him will be Duke Energy's Jim Rogers, Nucor's Dan DiMicco, Wells Fargo's David Carroll, Premier Inc.'s Susan DeVore and Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond President Jeff Lacker.
Organizers say the event will pause for a somber moment this year to pay tribute to the late Charlotte developer Henry Faison, who died suddenly last week at the age of 78. Faison moderated the event for the past 10 years and is listed as its founder by the chamber.
Frank Emory, past Chamber chair, will moderate this year.
The conference has provided some memorable moments in the past, and will do so again this year as Rogers will make public comments likely for the first time since his forced retirement was agreed to as part of a regulatory settlement.
It will also mark DiMicco's final turn as Nucor's leader. He will retire at the end of the year.