Merrill Lynch is setting itself apart from its wirehouse competitors by steadily growing its advisor headcount this year, and doing so primarily through training new advisors. John Thiel, head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, says that it's a critical component of the firm's ability to grow and serve clients.
Thiel spoke about how the firm is approaching robo advisors, leveraging digital technologies and bringing on new advisors.
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