Merrill Lynch filled a management gap, naming the head of its advisor training program as manager of one of its largest offices in New York.

The opening came up after Sabina McCarthy became vice chairwoman of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, and the firm promoted Jeffrey Tucker to her old job as division executive for New York.

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