Looking to address clients’ evolving retirement needs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch has snapped up 25-year industry veteran Jeff Cimini from Fidelity to help direct strategy and innovation as the new Head of Personal Retirement. He will be reporting to David Tyrie, the head of Personal Wealth and Retirement at BofA Merrill Lynch.

“The way individuals plan for and live in retirement is evolving, and so too must the products needed to achieve desired outcomes throughout their lives,” David Tyrie, the head of Personal Wealth & Retirement at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said. “The addition of Jeff to our team positions us to execute on a number of differentiating innovations and approaches to providing retirement solutions.”

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