Just weeks after FINRA fined the firm a record $17 million for deficiencies in its anti-money laundering program, Raymond James has found itself in hot water again over alleged compliance failures.

The latest stumbling block: An SEC-appointed receiver has filed suit against Raymond James, seeking damages for allegedly enabling a fraud scheme involving $350 million in investor funds, a Vermont ski resort and a Miami branch manager.

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