BofA drops Merrill Lynch from its investment banking brand

Updated at 1:39 p.m.

BANK OF AMERICA will drop Merrill Lynch from its investment-bank brand. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/RON ANTONELLI
BANK OF AMERICA will drop Merrill Lynch from its investment-bank brand. / BLOOMBERG NEWS FILE PHOTO/RON ANTONELLI
NEW YORK - Bank of America Corp. will drop Merrill Lynch from its investment-bank brand, while keeping the name Merrill for its wealth management unit. The Charlotte, North Carolina-based lender will refer to its investment bank as BofA Securities and drop the U.S. Trust name from its private bank, the company said Monday in a statement.…

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