(Bloomberg) -- Bank of America Corp.’s Lisa Shalett, who was chief investment officer for the firm’s Merrill Lynch brokerage for two and a half years, will leave the company.

Shalett decided to “pursue other opportunities,” according to a staff memo today from Andy Sieg, head of the Charlotte, North Carolina-based firm’s global wealth and retirement unit. Christopher Wolfe, CIO for the private banking group, will be her interim replacement, Sieg said.

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