Updated Thursday, July 31, 2014 as of 5:27 AM ET
New Merrill Lynch Platform Surpasses $100 Billion
More than $100 billion in client assets are now on Merrill Lynch One, the firm's new wealth management platform, representing a major technology upgrade for its 13,000 plus advisors.
The milestone was reached on Tuesday, less than a year after its launch, according to a Merrill spokesman. The firm rolled out Merrill Lynch One in September with a small pilot group. Merrill has since made the platform available one market at a time, sending out training teams to assist advisors.    more »
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