Edward Sudzina, one of this year’s Top 10 branch managers, is a leader who never forgets to make his advisers at Raymond James a priority.

Describing himself variously as a "servant-leader," an "open book" and a "player-coach," the Clarkston, Michigan-based senior vice president and complex manager says he prides himself on being responsive to the needs and concerns of his employees. Even as he leads a regional expansion of Raymond James in upstate New York, he remains closely connected to each of the 66 advisers he manages, including making the effort to have at least one meal with each of them throughout the year.

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