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.

Cynthia Hutchins, director of gerontology, will help advisors better assist their aging clients through training and educational seminars.  And, having worked as an advisor herself, she knows what advisors and their clients are up against.

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