Christine Katziff is the corporate general auditor of Bank of America and a member of the company’s executive management team. She leads a global team responsible for providing independent assessments of the company’s business strategies, operations, risk framework, financial management and credit standards. She reports directly to the Audit Committee of the board of directors.
Katziff joined Bank of America in 2004. Since then, she has held leadership positions in Corporate Audit, supporting nearly all of the major business segments that comprise the enterprise.
Before joining Bank of America, she held a number of management positions in Audit and Compliance at FleetBoston Financial and in KPMG’s Management Advisory Services.
Katziff is the executive vice chair of the company’s Global Diversity and Inclusion Council and is a strong supporter of developing women leaders in financial services. She currently serves as the executive sponsor for Bank of America’s Investing in Women Leadership Council, which is comprised of executives from across the company who serve as advisors and champions of the company’s efforts to support the advancement of women, working with lines of business, the diversity and inclusion organization, and employee networks to maximize impact. She also participates in the Catalyst, Inc. “Women On Board” program, which promotes the appointment of women to corporate boards.
Katziff serves on the board of directors and the finance committee for the Central Piedmont Community College Foundation. She is active in the Charlotte community and serves on the Wake Forest University Charlotte Executive Board, the board of directors for TreesCharlotte and the annual Charlotte St. Jude Evening of Hope Committee.