While all eyes were on Bank of America’s stock price last year, the Bank of America Merrill Lynch retirement and employee financial benefit plan businesses quietly thrived by pulling in $19 billion in new financial benefit plan assets.
That was up 11% from the $17 billion in new assets that that business had in 2010. The new assets in 2011 came from new and existing relationships with companies of all sizes, according to the firm.
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