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Merrill Lynch Alpharetta welcomes senior resident director

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ALPHARETTA, Ga. — Merrill Lynch’s Tom Singh has been named senior resident director of the Alpharetta office.

Singh began his career with Merrill Lynch in 2001 as a financial adviser in the PMD program. He later became a producing sales manager and was named resident director of the Sugarloaf office in 2008. He has been an active participant in the OPM and CES National Faculties where he continues to mentor and assist advisers with building a successful practice. He also leads a nine-person team based in the Sugarloaf office.

Singh is a graduate of the University of Florida and serves as vice chief governance officer at Hemophilia of Georgia, a non-profit pharmacy benefitting research and medical services to help those with bleeding disorders.

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