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== History ==
== History ==
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Until late 2006, MLIM was the Merrill Lynch's proprietary [[asset management]] [[platform]] and its smallest business by far, accounting for only 6 percent of aggregate [[revenue]]. In 2006, Merrill Lynch announced a [[joint venture]] between MLIM and BlackRock. Under the terms of the venture, MLIM and BlackRock were [[merge]]d, and Merrill Lynch retained 49.8 percent ownership of the new entity. [[Earnings]] from Merrill Lynch's [[ownership interest]] in BlackRock were recorded under its Global Wealth Management segment.
Until late 2006, MLIM was the Merrill Lynch's proprietary [[asset management]] [[platform]] and its smallest business. In 2006, Merrill Lynch announced a [[joint venture]] between MLIM and BlackRock. Under the terms of the venture, MLIM and BlackRock were [[merge]]d, and Merrill Lynch retained 49.8 percent ownership of the new entity.<ref>{{cite web|url=|name=|org=|date=}}</ref>


== Products and Services ==
== Products and Services ==

Revision as of 15:21, 3 December 2009

BlackRock MLIM
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History[edit]

Template:Infobox Midpage Need Sponsor Until late 2006, MLIM was the Merrill Lynch's proprietary asset management platform and its smallest business. In 2006, Merrill Lynch announced a joint venture between MLIM and BlackRock. Under the terms of the venture, MLIM and BlackRock were merged, and Merrill Lynch retained 49.8 percent ownership of the new entity.[1]

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