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Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor Program - Galveston, TX

Merrill Lynch Galveston, TX

The Practice Management Development (PMD) role is a 43 month development program for professionals who wish to build a wealth management business and… Merrill Lynch

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Merrill Lynch Team Financial Advisor Program (Business Development) - Clear Lake

Merrill Lynch Houston, TX

• Understand all aspects of an optimal practiceand complete the training and development needed to prepare for a successfulcareer as a Financial… Merrill Lynch

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Merrill Lynch President & CEO of Bank of America Brian T. Moynihan
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    More luck than skill

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    Former Employee - Financial Advisor Trainee in Galveston, TX
    Former Employee - Financial Advisor Trainee in Galveston, TX

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    Great benefits and workplace environment. Merrill is well capitalized and they spare no expense in creating cutting edge systems and providing a well apportioned office.


    Success is more down to luck than skill. Their training program is absolutely horrible yet they claim it to be the best in the industry. Having been in the industry for about 20 years I can say with authority that their training program is at the bottom of the barrel. Now that BofA is heading the firm the famed Merrill customer oriented service is slowing but most assuredly heading down the drain - BofA is all about quantity. BofA would replace every single Advisor with a touch screen if they could and their recent changes to advisor compensation prove my point. You are HIGHLY unlikely to succeed here now that BofA has brought a "Mass market" mindset to the helm. Two words of advice - RUN AWAY!

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    Merrill succeeded wildly because of competant management that responded to client issues. Now you just seem to be responding to issues brought to you from above.

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