Letters are now going out to Bank of America investment clients explaining that in a couple of months, their accounts will move from Fidelity’s National Financial trade clearing and processing platform to the Merrill Lynch Pierce Fenner & Smith clearing platform, according to former BofA advisors.
But what seems like a minor back-office move could make a world of difference to BofA [BAC] clients and advisors.
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