Updated Saturday, December 20, 2014 as of 3:54 PM ET
Advisors on the Move: Raymond James Grabs $2B in Recruiting Spree
Raymond James recruited advisors with about $2 billion in combined assets, including a Merrill Lynch team with $535 million in AUM. Meanwhile, UBS hired a $2.5 million producer and Wells Fargo grabbed a team managing more than $400 million in assets.
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