Raymond James has topped off a year of major technology investment and upgrades with the promotion of Vin Campagnoli to the position of chief information officer.

In the past 12 to 18 months, the firm spent more than $200 million on development of its technology platforms to accelerate the deployment of a new platform for Raymond James advisors and to integrate legacy Morgan Keegan systems. Campagnoli, who was involved extensively on those projects as senior vice president and head of Private Client Group Technology Strategy and Development, is hoping to continue that momentum in his new post.

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