Two veteran Merrill Lynch advisers who managed more than $500 million in client assets joined Raymond James, the company says.

“We wanted a firm that would afford us both flexibility and choice in the way we serve our clients and allow us to provide the services and solutions they need, rather than what the firm decides,” adviser C. Kemper Wharton said in a statement.

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