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Tyrone Noel Named Market Executive For Merrill In Virginia

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Merrill Wealth Management recently announced the appointment of Tyrone Noel as market executive of Merrill’s Greater Virginia market. The area includes Richmond, Charlottesville, Norfolk, and surrounding areas.

He will lead a team of nearly 200 employees, which includes more than 100 dedicated Merrill financial advisors. Merrill’s business in this area represents nearly $17 billion in assets.

Noel joined Bank of America in 2011 and has served as market Manager and market development manager. He has been instrumental in driving growth, recruiting talent, and leading teams in the wealth management needs of clients.

“Tyrone’s proven leaderships and outstanding reputation make him an excellent choice to lead in Greater Virginia,” said Craig Young, Merrill’s Mid-Atlantic Division executive, said in a release. “His experience as a market leader and financial advisor over the last twenty years will further enhance our team’s ability to provide personalized strategies and advice to help clients in all aspects of their financial lives.”

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