Merrill Lynch finds that, historically, clients may have used alternative investments more opportunistically around a specific theme.

Now, according to Keith Glenfield, head of alternatives at Bank of America, Merrill sees a more deliberate approach to core allocations coming from clients. Glenfield discusses the wirehouse’s efforts to make it easier for advisors and clients to incorporate alternatives more consistently, and closer to research-recommended levels.

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