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    Christopher Hyzy, Chief Investment Officer, Bank of America Global Wealth & Investment Management.

    Christopher Hyzy, Chief Investment Officer, Bank of America Global Wealth & Investment Management.

    Christopher M. Hyzy is managing director and chief investment officer for the Global Wealth & Investment Management division of Bank of America which includes Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management. In this role, Chris is responsible for determining the investment view of the Global Wealth & Investment Management business, developing and managing the asset allocation strategy, solutions’ due diligence, investment policies and guidance and, supporting the client-focused investment approach.

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    John Thiel – Head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

    John Thiel – Head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management

    John Thiel, head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management leads strategic management of the US Wealth Management Group and Private Banking & Investment Group.

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    Andy M. Sieg – Managing Director, Head of Global Wealth & Retirement Solutions

    Andy M. Sieg – Managing Director, Head of Global Wealth & Retirement Solutions

    Andy M. Sieg serves as the head of Global Wealth & Retirement Solutions (GWRS) and is a member of the Bank of America Operating Committee.

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    Laurie Krupa – Managing Director, Head of GWIM Banking

    Laurie Krupa – Managing Director, Head of GWIM Banking

    Laurie Krupa, head of Global Wealth & Investment Management Banking & responsible for the profit-and-loss management of all global wealth management.

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    John Hogarty – GWIM Chief Operating Officer

    John Hogarty – GWIM Chief Operating Officer

    John Hogarty, Chief Operating Officer for Global Wealth & Investment Management, covering Merrill Lynch, US Trust and Private Banking & Investment Group.

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    Mary Ann Bartels – Managing Director, CIO of Portfolio Solutions

    Mary Ann Bartels – Managing Director, CIO of Portfolio Solutions

    Mary Ann Bartels is the chief investment officer of portfolio solutions at Bank of America Merrill Lynch's Investment Management and Guidance division.

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BofA Merrill Lynch Global Research was named No. 1 Global Research firm in 2015 by Institutional Investor magazine for the fifth year in a row.1

#1 in "Top 100 Women Financial Advisors"

Merrill Lynch had the most women receive the Top 100 Women Financial Advisors recognition from Barron’s for the eleventh year in a row.
—Barron’s, 2006-2016 2

Led the Top 1,200 Financial Advisors list  

for the seventh consecutive year with 314, more than any other firm.
—Barron’s, March 7, 2016 3

Most financial advisors with #1 ranking in their state  

Merrill Lynch had the most financial advisors with the No. 1 ranking in their state on the 2016 list of “America’s Top 1200 Advisors: State-by-State.”
—Barron’s, March 7, 20164

Largest number of financial advisors

who hold the Certified Investment Management AnalystSM (CIMA®) designation, March 2015 5

Most Innovative Investment Bank for Climate Change and Sustainability

for the fifth year in a row, recognizing Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s continued leadership, supporting the move toward a low-carbon economy -The Banker magazine, Oct. 2015

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1911  

Bringing Wall Street to Main Street

Three years before founding Merrill Lynch, Charlie Merrill writes an article “Mr. Average Investor,” touting the power of middle class investors.

1921

Recognizing women’s financial needs

One of Bank of America’s legacy banks, the Bank of Italy, opens a Women’s Department to provide women with financial services.

1928

Thinking ahead

Charlie Merrill sends a letter to all his clients advising them to reduce their exposure in the market, a year and a half before the 1929 crash.

1940s

The market explained

Merrill Lynch publishes educational materials explaining how the stock market works. Branch offices hold seminars, and provide childcare so that husbands and wives can attend together.

1955

The financial literacy effort

A Stockmobile hits the road delivering more than 11 million educational pamphlets, magazines and reports to communities around the country.

1960s

Making information accessible

The Merrill Lynch Investment Information Center becomes a favorite destination in NYC's Grand Central Station – providing advice for commuters for more than 20 years.

1977

Revolutionizing the financial services industry

Under the leadership of Don Regan, Merrill Lynch introduces the first Cash Management Account.

1997

Taking it online

Merrill Lynch moves its educational resources to the Web. The online trading platform Merrill Lynch Direct follows two years later.

2006

Educating the next generation

The Private Banking & Investment Group at Merrill Lynch launches its first Financial Boot Camp – a three-day workshop to educate clients’ children about managing their wealth.

2010

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2011

The road to retirement

Merrill Lynch produces a five-part Retirement Webcast series to help Americans understand the challenges of the new retirement landscape.

2011

Smart connections

Merrill Lynch mobile apps allow clients to use their mobile devices to stay connected to their financial advisors. Anytime. Anywhere.

2012

@MerrillLynch

One year after launching its Twitter handle, Merrill Lynch becomes the first financial services firm to produce a magazine on Flipboard.

2013

Better money habits

Bank of America and Khan Academy launch the Better Money Habits website, a free, easy-to-understand resource designed to help people learn about personal finances.

2014

Clearly for baby boomers

The Merrill Lynch ClearTM website goes live, introducing a new approach with a more comprehensive way of helping people get the most out of their retirement years.

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