Faced with heightened regulatory scrutiny and new regulations, Raymond James is upping its compliance game – and potentially adding new expenses in the process.
The shift in strategy was prompted by recent regulatory actions against the firm with regard to alleged compliance failures as well as the Department of Labor's fiduciary rule, due to go into effect early next year.
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