Merrill Lynch advisers were pushed to hand over to Merrill Edge those customers who had accounts that held less than $250,000 in assets, but the advisers are reporting scarce referrals back to them, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Merrill Lynch advisers were pushed to hand over to Merrill Edge those customers who had accounts that held less than $250,000 in assets, but the advisers are reporting scarce referrals back to them, The Wall Street Journal reports. SAUL LOEB AFP/Getty Images
Merrill Lynch advisers were pushed to hand over to Merrill Edge those customers who had accounts that held less than $250,000 in assets, but the advisers are reporting scarce referrals back to them, The Wall Street Journal reports. SAUL LOEB AFP/Getty Images
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WSJ: Some Merrill Lynch brokers not getting the referrals they had hoped for

May 06, 2015 07:53 AM

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