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Cuomo's special assistant, Benjamin Lawsky, said on Thursday night that the office was "very disappointed" that the Charlotte, North Carolina-based bank had not provided the information previously.
"We've been asking for a list of who got what," said Lawsky.
Cuomo began questioning bonus plans in October after nine banks received $125 billion in U.S. Treasury funds.
In a statement, Lawsky said: "We obviously wanted to question Mr. Lewis about this list and are very disappointed that Bank of America has chosen not to produce it.
"As a result, during the testimony this evening, we served a subpoena on Bank of America for the list, which we intend to obtain."