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Merrill Lynch

About Merrill Lynch



For more than 32 years, Merrill Lynch has been an active member of the Bryan/College Station community. Originally located on 29th Street in Bryan, the Bryan/College Station office first opened its doors in March of 1983. To better accommodate the growing needs of customers, in 1997 Merrill Lynch moved to its present location near the northeast corner of Emerald Parkway and the Earl Rudder Freeway (Highway 6 Bypass) in College Station. Utilizing a wide array of brokerage and investment advisory services, Merrill Lynch provides Bryan/College Station clients with access to a world of investment tools, services, and products. In addition to its professional responsibilities, Merrill Lynch is also an active corporate citizen of the community. As a sponsor of and participant in numerous civic, cultural, and service organizations, Merrill Lynch contributes both resources and volunteer time for the betterment of the community and its outstanding quality of life.

Client Commitment

At Merrill Lynch, our mission is to help clients identify and pursue their goals at every stage of their lives - from the birth of a child to sending children to college, from planning for healthcare costs in retirement to leaving the legacies they desire. We help clients seek their preferred lifestyles through a one-on-one relationship with an experienced financial advisor. And we are committed to client needs, delivering the investment insights of Merrill Lynch while offering access to the banking convenience of Bank of America.

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