Playing matchmaker has paid off for Raymond James' custodial operation, which just brought on a new RIA formed by three recently departed wirehouse advisors.
Raymond James Investment Advisors Division president Bill Van Law announced Wednesday morning that it was picking up the newly formed Emerald Asset Management, with offices in Cary and Rocky Mount, N.C.. The advisory firm was founded in December by a trio of CFAs: Two from Wells Fargo Advisors, James Tharin andClint Sorenson, and Robert Leggett, formerly of UBS.
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