Bank of America Merrill Lynch will double the ranks of what it calls its Financial Solutions Advisors by year's end.

Company officials said it plans to hire more than 500 FSAs, who serve its “preferred” customers, managing their banking and investment needs and better controlling their finances. That will bring the total number of advisors in the year-old FSA program to more than 1,000.

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