Essay about Swot Analysis for Bank of America

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In the SWOT analysis for Bank of America one I performed a SWOT analysis for the Bank of America. I assumed the role of a mutual fund manager work for First Investment Inc Investment Inc. With the information I gathered in part one of my paper I made the decision to invest in Bank of America. In part two of these papers I will further explain why I chose to invest in Bank of America. This paper will address the financial health of Bank of America by reviewing the banks income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow (MGT/521 course syllabus). I will also analyze Bank of America’s financial health and compare it against another bank. After I do the comparison I will compare Bank of America technological advantages, or address any …show more content…
Countrywide financial played a big part in the subprime loan lawsuit losses.

First Investment Inc conducted a Bank of America benchmarking analysis. First Investment Inc will compare the top banking corporation (JPMorgan Chase) against Bank of America to determine who has the best practices, operational processes and procedures, and products or services. In the hands Kenneth Lewis Bank of America has made some bad investment decision; one in particular is the acquisition of Countrywide Financial. JPMorgan Chase made some risky decisions that could’ve backfired on the corporation, but during the economic disaster JPMorgan quarter earnings were positive, even after the bailout of Bear Stearns Cos and the acquisition of Washington Mutual Inc. JPMorgan increased units to the products business by doing this the number of branches has increased (VS Pages, 2011).

The request by Bank of America to raise their share to one cent was refused by the federal Government, yet The Federal Government approved JPMorgan’s increase share from 5 cents a share to 25 cents a share. The approval was based on the fact the JPMorgan show a greater outlook during the financial decline. Bank of America and JPMorgan own several financial services, but unlike Bank of America JPMorgan is an investment bank. JPMorgan has services in over 60 million countries around the world, making them the king of the financial banking world