Paul Reilly, who recently took over as chief executive officer of Raymond James Financial, believes the U.S. economy is “at a pivot point, not a sinking point," he told an audience attending the 16th Annual Raymond James Women Advisor Symposium Thursday morning.

At the same time that the economy is heading for slow but improving growth, Reilly said he wants to take Raymond James to a new level, building on its reputation for having 90 consecutive quarters of profitability, in order to attract top-performing financial advisors from other firms and create new programs to aid the advisors already at Raymond James.

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