Mike Tovey

Michael Tovey, currently serves as the Corporate Sustainability Controller for Bank of America, overseeing Sustainability Reporting Control, Regulation W Governance, General Ledger Reconciliation & Governance, and other specialty control teams.


After graduating in 1993 from Brigham Young University with both a Bachelor and Master of Accountancy degrees, Mike joined Deloitte & Touche where he spent the next 10 years working in various postings, including accounting consultations in national office, a FASB fellowship and overseas in Madrid, Spain.


In 2004, he joined the FASB as a project manager where he led projects on stock-based compensation and revenue recognition. In 2006, he joined UBS, becoming its global head of accounting policy in 2013 and global head of cost and compensation controlling in 2014: roles he held concurrently, and for which he lived in London, England and New Delhi, India, until his departure from UBS in 2017.


In that same year, Mike returned to the United States and joined Bank of America to lead its accounting policy team. In 2019, Mike was named as Bank of America's Corporate Controller and in 2022 was named as the Bank’s first Corporate Sustainability Controller.


He has 4 children. He sails, surfs and runs long distances, successfully finishing the Leadville Trail 100 ultramarathon in 2012.