Merrill Lynch Fires Two Brokers in Colorado

Posted on May 14th, 2015 at 2:46 PM
Merrill Lynch Fires Two Brokers in Colorado

According to AdvisorHUB.com, Bank of America Merrill Lynch fired two experienced financial advisers in Colorado.

Joseph Yanofsky, 57, and Brooke Clements, 42, who worked as the Yanofsky Group, an advisory team at Merrill Lynch's office in Colorado, were terminated by the firm. Yanofsky had worked at Merrill Lynch since 1990, with previous stints at Hanifen Imhoff Securities and Paine Webber.

Clements began working at Merrill Lynch in 2007, having previously worked at Partnervest Securities and RBC Centura Securities.

Bank of America terminated another Merrill Lynch broker, Tom Buck, in March for failing to discuss pricing and service alternatives with a client, among other charges. Buck joined Royal Bank of Canada's RBC Wealth Management in April.

Related Attorneys: James J. Eccleston

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