Updated Saturday, July 26, 2014 as of 7:11 AM ET
Merrill Lynch Adds Team-Oriented Training Program
Merrill Lynch is taking advisor training in a new direction in an effort to harness the perks of teaming up.
The newly announced Team Financial Advisor track will expanding on Merrill Lynch's long-existing Practice Management Development training program. The new classes will add advanced training focused on supporting teams and is intended to train advisors to help run efficient practices, according to a statement from the firm.   more »
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