Merrill Lynch has expanded its Chicago office with the addition of Daniel T. Sandlin, a former Morgan Stanley advisor.

An industry veteran with over a decade of experience, Sandlin will be a vice president within the firm’s Chicago Metro complex.

He was formerly vice president- investments with Morgan Stanley where he managed over $150 million in assets. 

Sandlin began his career at Smith Barney in 2000 while it was under Citigroup.

“We strive to hire experienced financial advisors like Dan,” Gary L. Burgess, senior vice president and resident director at Merrill Lynch said in a statement “We’re pleased that Dan will help us to continue our commitment to offering solutions to help clients with all aspects of their financial lives.”

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