Hurricane Irma isn’t expected to hit the United States until the weekend, but major advisory firms aren’t waiting around for the deadly storm to make landfall.

RBC, Ameriprise, Raymond James and Edward Jones unveiled plans to close offices and work remotely while pledging to keep services to clients and advisors in place. Alongside the potential devastation, the storm poses a massive staffing and data challenge to any company in its path.

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