Mr Ambani, who heads India's leading business conglomerate Reliance Industries group, was paid a higher compensation of USD 276,816 by the bank in the previous year, 2011.
Mr Ambani joined Bank of America's board as an independent director in March 2011, but would step down from this position at the company's next Annual Meeting of shareholders on May 8.
The US-based banking major announced last month that Mr Ambani would step down as a director and join its new, non-fiduciary global advisory council.
The bank has disclosed the compensation paid to Mr Ambani and other details in a notice circulated to its shareholders ahead of their Annual Meeting on May 8.
The bank also said that Mr Ambani and five other directors currently on its board would not seek re-election at the Annual Meeting and would be replaced by new members on its board. The shareholders have been asked to ratify the changes.
As per the shareholder notice, a copy of which has been filed with the US markets regulator SEC as well, Ambani's compensation for 2012 included USD 80,000 as 'fees earned or paid in cash' and USD 160,000 as stock awards.
In comparison, Ambani got fees worth USD 92,282 in cash and USD 184,534 through stock awards in 2011 -- taking his total compensation for that year to USD 276,816.
As on March 13, 2013, Ambani held a total of 31,265 shares of the bank, which have been given so far to him as part of his director compensation.
As RIL Chairman, Ambani's remuneration is not known as yet for the last fiscal 2012-13 that ended last month. Prior to this, Ambani's remuneration at RIL has remained unchanged at Rs. 15 crore for four consecutive years till 2011-12.
The bank said that its board held 13 meetings in 2012, and each of its current directors attended at least 75 per cent of the aggregate meetings of board and the committees on which they served, except for Mr Ambani.
Mr Ambani is a member on the Credit Committee and the Compensation and Benefits Committee of its board. In further disclosures about its dealings with businesses associated to Mr Ambani and other independent directors, Bank of America said admitted to having provided "banking products or
services, including markets, commercial credit, investment banking, managed investments, personal products and treasury services, in the ordinary course, to" Reliance Industries (RIL) and other such companies.
However, the fees received from each of these companies, including RIL, were within the prescribed thresholds applicable for independent directors and were less than 2 per cent of its consolidated gross annual revenues, the bank said.
It made a similar disclosure about business with Reliance Group, headed by Mukesh's younger brother Anil Ambani.