Updated Monday, October 20, 2014 as of 6:46 PM ET

Raymond James Group Closes In on LPL Asset Levels

Raymond James may not be the biggest independent broker-dealer in the country, but it's trying to close the gap -- at least on some fronts.

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Raymond James brings the productivity of traditional large scale brokerage firms with the flexibility of an independent broker/dealer. If Tom James pursues technological innovation which has long perplexed the major wirehouses, RJ might champion a new brokerage business model adapted to advisory services and thus modernity.

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Posted by Stephen W | Saturday, February 22 2014 at 9:00PM ET
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