Raymond James boosted its adviser ranks to a record high this past quarter, though the firm's wealth management profits dropped due to higher legal and regulatory costs.
Employee and independent adviser ranks grew to 6,834, up 69 from the previous quarter and by 327 from the year-ago period.
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