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Amid Boomer Wave, Merrill Lynch Names Gerontologist

As tens of millions of baby boomers enter their golden years, financial advisors are facing many more questions about retirement so many more in in fact that Bank of America Merrill Lynch has appointed its first gerontologist.

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A welcome move indeed and one which will go a long way in helping the advisors at Merrill's to understand the mindset of their clients and how to assist them. They will face many challenges both traditional and non-traditional and as advisors they need to step up to their plate and deliver.
Posted by KIMMY B | Wednesday, January 29 2014 at 1:26PM ET
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