As Bank of America Merrill Lynch moves to strengthen its overall focus on institutional clients, it has renamed its Institutional Consulting Group and hired a new advisor team working with more than $2.7 billion in client assets.

The new direction for the institutional business, now named Global Institutional Consulting, was announced in an internal memo sent to employees by Managing Director and Global Institutional Consulting Head Thomas McAuliffe on Monday.

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