Karrie Movsesian Details How Southern Californians’ Attitudes Towards Money Have Changed Since The Great Recession

Karrie Movsesian, VP, Market Sales Manager, Merrill Edge

Karrie Movsesian, VP, Market Sales Manager, Merrill Edge

Karrie Movsesian is a Vice President, Market Sales Manager, for Merrill Edge in North West Los Angeles and Ventura.

She is a part of a team of Financial Solutions Advisors that delivers comprehensive financial services to Bank of America customers.

Karrie advises clients on college savings, retirement, and general investment strategies.

Before joining Merrill Edge, Karrie worked in consumer banking at regional banks in Ohio and at Wells Fargo NA in Los Angeles.

Karrie holds the Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®) designation from the College for Financial Planning.  She also holds a BA in psychology and a minor in business from Bowling Green State University.

Originally from Akron, Ohio, Karrie now resides in Playa Del Rey.

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