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Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor Program - Hartford, CT

Merrill Lynch Hartford, CT

PMD is a structured and disciplined program that demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the growth and progress of our Merrill Lynch Financial… Merrill Lynch


14 days ago

Merrill Lynch Team Financial Advisor Program - Planner - HARTFORD , CT

Merrill Lynch Hartford, CT

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


14 days ago

Merrill Lynch Team Financial Advisor Program - Business Developer - HARTFORD , C

Merrill Lynch Hartford, CT

· Understand all aspects of an optimal practice and complete the training and development needed to prepare for a successful career as a Financial… Merrill Lynch


20 days ago

Merrill Lynch Financial Advisor Program - Southbury, CT

Merrill Lynch Southbury, CT

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Merrill Lynch President & CEO of Bank of America Brian T. Moynihan
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    As a financial advisor It's all a numbers game

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    Former Employee - PMD Financial Adviser Trainee in Hartford, CT
    Former Employee - PMD Financial Adviser Trainee in Hartford, CT

    I worked at Merrill Lynch full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Decent salary and benefits. Generally people are nice. Training they provide is decent, it is geared to young professionals with limited experience.

    Cons

    All they care about is the numbers and the profitability of each account. The first time you miss your quota they are all over you and micro manage you to death and suddenly management treats you like a criminal. The support they provide in gaining new business is very weak. They do a poor job of giving new FA's a proper runway to be successful. The turnover in this position is outrageous.

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    they need to do a better job of helping new FA's be successful. More mentoring and teaming with senior advisers. If they could reduce the turnover it would be a much better place to work. When a FA misses their numbers they should try to support and help instead you are punished with excess reports on your activities and forced to make a minimum amount of cold calls.

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