Former MBNA executive Frank Bramble has died.
Bramble, who was executive vice chairman of the monoline credit card company when it was sold to Bank of America in 2006, had a heart attack, according to the Baltimore Sun. He was 75.
Bramble was still serving as a director at Bank of America, a post he had held since the banking giant closed on its purchase of MBNA.
Bramble’s career included serving as chairman, president and CEO of Allfirst Financial, Maryland National Bank and American Security Bank, according to Bank of America’s most-recent proxy statement.