Raymond James & Associates Inc.

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    The hazards of securities-based lending as a source of retirement income

    Securities-based lending is emerging as a possible way to fund short-term expenses in retirement, but experts warn that advisers ought to use abundant caution when working with this strategy. Securities-based lending allows clients to tap a line of credit by pledging a portfolio of assets in a

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    Schwab adds 18 more funds to its commission-free ETF platform

    Schwab's fund platform is expanding to 198 the number of ETFs that trade without commissions.

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    Raymond James recruits $300M Morgan Stanley team

    Raymond James has snagged a $300 million team from Morgan Stanley Wealth Management.Craig A. Houck and Richard L. Schooley Jr. will join Raymond James' independent channel, operating as Dogwood Wealth Advisors, with offices in Atlanta and Savannah, Ga.(See who else has joined Raymond James)At

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    Raymond James scores J.P. Morgan team managing $900M

    Addition marks first New York team for Raymond James & Associates, the firm's employee broker-dealer.

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    Raymond James, Ameriprise deliver higher profits, helped by adviser growth, wealth management

    Raymond James and Ameriprise reported double-digit profit gains, with Raymond James posting record quarterly net income. Here's how they did it.

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    Indie reps happier at work than employee advisers: J.D. Power

    Independent advisers continue to be happier at work than their colleagues who are employees of broker-dealers but the gap in job satisfaction among the two groups is narrowing. See how your firm ranks

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    Donald Runkle, ex-chief compliance officer for Raymond James Financial Services, joining law firm

    Plans to help Edgerton & Weaver, which specializes in representing B-Ds, RIAs and registered reps, build its consulting business.

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    Raymond James adds Morgan Stanley adviser with $360 million in AUM

    Adviser Stephen Besse will be part of the firm's presence in northern California.

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    Raymond James taps client associates for next generation

    Firm launches training program designed to bring its registered service associates up through the ranks.

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    UBS sees recruitment pay off in the fourth quarter

    With a year-end windfall of veteran advisers, the firm topped off a year of big gains. Check out how UBS stacks up against the other wirehouses.

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    Morgan Stanley veterans launch firm using Raymond James platform

    A group of veteran Morgan Stanley managers has broken away from the wirehouse to form a partnership with Raymond James to offer equity ownership and succession planning to advisers.

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    After absorbing Morgan Keegan, Raymond James will focus on recruiting

    Finished with its acquisition of Morgan Keegan & Co. Inc., Raymond James Financial Inc. plans to refocus on recruiting, which was depressed across the industry in the first half of 2013, chief executive Paul Reilly said Thursday, a day after the firm reported record profits.

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    Raymond James lures adviser team managing more than $1B

    A Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based team of financial advisers with more than $1 billion in assets is linking up with Raymond James, the broker-dealer said on Thursday. Provenance Wealth Advisors LLC's 10 advisers and 14 registered associates earned more than $5.4 million in annual fees and commissions

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    Raymond James offers alts to RIAs

    The beefing up of Raymond James' RIA business continues as affiliated RIAs will have access to the firm's alternative investment platform beginning in September.

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    Raymond James signs off on sign up makeover

    Raymond James Financial Services Inc. plans to improve the process its advisers use to sign on new customers, according to the independent broker-dealer's president. At the opening of the firm's national adviser conference in Dallas, Scott Curtis said the firm, which has 3,200 financial advisers