Raymond James Executive Chairman Thomas James said he is optimistic that the financial services industry can work more closely with regulators, even as evolving regulations such as a uniform fiduciary standard and the Volcker Rule have started off with the wrong approach.

Speaking at the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association annual conference in New York on Tuesday, James said he does think it is possible for the financial services industry to work more regularly with regulators, while acknowledging it is not easy.

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