Economic crisis? Merrill Lynch cried bully on that. The Wall Street institution with the iconic bull logo is now the wealth management, brokerage, and investment banking arm of Bank of America. The retail banking giant acquired the distressed investment bank in 2009 in a move that greatly expanded its wealth management and international operations. Merrill Lynch is among the world's top brokerages, with some $2.2 trillion in customer assets. The company also provides corporate finance, investment banking, and research services to institutional, commercial, and government...
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Merrill Lynch – A Global Leader
Merrill Lynch is one of the world’s premier providers of wealth management, securities trading and sales, corporate finance and investment banking services.
Working with our clients as strategic partners, we create and execute winning solutions, which address our clients’ most pressing strategic, financial and investment needs—anywhere in the world.
We stand apart by building and maintaining solid partnerships with clients. Merrill Lynch places our client relationships first and is proud to conduct our business based on five unwavering principles: Client Focus, Respect for the Individual, Teamwork, Responsible Citizenship, and Integrity.
The world’s leading corporations, financial institutions and governments, as well as the top mutual funds, hedge funds, pensions and endowments, trust Merrill Lynch to help them solve problems and capitalize on opportunities.
More than 60,000 professionals in 40 countries combine local market expertise with Merrill Lynch’s substantial global product resources, technology and capital.
Culture of Innovation
For decades, we have pushed beyond the status quo to design new securities and improve existing structures; create sophisticated analytics and trading systems; structure landmark transactions; and help clients find the right strategies to improve performance.
Leadership positions in our chosen markets enable us to anticipate market trends, see opportunities as they develop and execute cleanly.
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Brian T. Moynihan
President & CEO of Bank of America
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Accepted Offer – Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Interview Details – Quick and easy, basically all about fit. Just asked me about my background, met the team and learned what they do. The annoying thing is that the onboarding process takes a couple of weeks so the start wasn't immediate. The pay as an intern comes out of the team's pocket so they have to like you. – Full Interview