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  • 9/7/17 11:45 am EDT

    Firm Awarded Most Innovative Investment Bank of the Year 2017

    Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofA Merrill) has received top honors from The Banker magazine in its Investment Banking Awards, being named Most Innovative Investment Bank of the Year 2017. The award recognizes the firm for its strategically oriented Corporate and Investment Bank, built on long-term relationships, and its ability to pair advisory and funding capabilities.This is the second time BofA Merrill has won Most Innovative Investment Bank, having also received The Banker’s top award inmore...
  • 9/7/17 10:30 am EDT
    Merrill Lynch Wealth Management announced today that 119 of its financial advisors were named to a newly created list of 500 of the nation’s top young wealth advisors compiled by Forbes and SHOOK Research -- topping its nearest competitor by more than 30 advisors.“As our client base continues to evolve, our ‘next-gen’ advisors are helping us build a firm that’s modern, connected, successful and appealing to millennials as one of the best places to work. We are extremely proud of this group ofmore...
  • 8/30/17 9:30 am EDT

    Investing Tools, Research, Mobile and Ease of Use Drive Recognition, Which Includes “Best for Active Stock Traders”

    Kiplinger’s Personal Finance publication awarded Merrill Edge a No. 1 ranking in its 2017 Best Online Brokers list in a tie with Fidelity. This accolade highlights Merrill Edge’s commitment to supporting and empowering clients throughout their financial lives by delivering extraordinary service and care.In the ranking, Merrill Edge earned 4.5 stars out of 5 overall. It received 5 out of 5 stars for its tools and research; 4.5 out of 5 for its mobile platform; and 4 out of 5 stars formore...
  • 6/1/17 9:00 am EDT

    Half of Employees Would Assume a More Active Role in Their Finances if Their Company Offered an Annual Review or Personalized Action Plan

    Released today, a new study finds that 56 percent of employees are stressed about their financial situation. The latest Bank of America Merrill Lynch Workplace Benefits Report reveals that among those who are stressed, 53 percent say it interferes with their ability to focus and be productive at work. The study also found that employers can play an important role in improving the financial lives of their employees. Of employees who participatemore...
  • 5/31/17 9:00 am EDT

    Merrill Edge® Report Finds the Traditional Idea of Retirement Is Officially Extinct for Millennials, but Los Angeles and Orange County Residents Aren’t so Sure

    While millennials across America now strive for a new milestone of financial freedom, Los Angeles and Orange County residents are on the fence about their long-term intentions. Half of Southland residents are saving to achieve financial freedom, the amount of money needed to live their desired lifestyle, and half are saving for retirement, the amount of money needed to leave the workforce. On a national level, 63 percent of millennials are saving for financial freedom, while Gen Xers and babymore...
  • 5/31/17 9:00 am EDT

    Merrill Edge® Report Finds the Traditional Idea of Retirement Is Officially Extinct for Phoenix and Millennials, With Many Saving for Financial Freedom Instead

    Phoenix residents are mirroring millennials across the country as they start to plan long-term for financial freedom instead of retirement. Fifty-seven percent of Phoenix residents and 63 percent of millennials in the United States are looking to achieve the amount of money or savings needed to live their desired lifestyle, while Gen Xers and baby boomers in the United States (55 percent) are saving to leave the workforce.These findings are according to the latest Merrill Edge Report, amore...
  • 5/24/17 9:03 am EDT

    Merrill Edge® Report Finds the Traditional Idea of Retirement Is Officially Extinct for Millennials, but May Be Here to Stay in Chicago

    Chicagoans and older Americans across the country are saving for retirement, while younger Americans across the country are saving long-term for financial freedom. Sixty-three percent of millennials nationwide are looking to achieve the amount of money or savings needed to live their desired lifestyle, while Chicagoans (52 percent) and older Americans, including Gen Xers and baby boomers (55 percent), are saving to leave the workforce.These findings are according to the latest Merrill Edgemore...
  • 5/24/17 9:00 am EDT

    Merrill Edge® Report Finds the Traditional Idea of Retirement Is Officially Extinct for Atlanta Residents and Millennials, With Many Saving for Financial Freedom Instead

    Atlanta residents are mirroring millennials across the country as they start to plan long-term for financial freedom instead of retirement. Fifty-seven percent of Atlanta residents and 63 percent of millennials in the United States are looking to achieve the amount of money or savings needed to live their desired lifestyle, while Gen Xers and baby boomers in the United States (55 percent) are saving to leave the workforce.These findings are according to the latest Merrill Edge Report, amore...
  • 5/24/17 9:00 am EDT

    Merrill Edge® Report Finds the Traditional Idea of Retirement Is Officially Extinct for South Florida and Millennials, With Many Saving for Financial Freedom Instead

    South Floridians may be ahead of the curve, following the national shift of millennials planning for financial freedom over retirement. Fifty-three percent of South Floridians and 63 percent of millennials nationally are looking to achieve the amount of money or savings needed to live their desired lifestyle, while Gen Xers and baby boomers in the United States (55 percent) are saving to leave the workforce.These findings are according to the latest Merrill Edge Report, a biannual survey of 1,more...
  • 5/19/17 9:00 am EDT

    The Traditional Idea of Retirement Is Officially Extinct; Merrill Edge® Report Finds Change in How Younger Generations View Life Milestones and Approach Finances, Career and Family

    Millennials are charting unexplored territory as the first generation to plan for financial freedom instead of retirement, according to the latest Merrill Edge® Report. Sixty-three percent of millennials are looking to achieve the amount of savings or income necessary to live their desired lifestyle, which drastically differs from most (55 percent) Gen Xers and baby boomers who are saving to leave the workforce. The survey ofmore...