As Raymond James Financial Chief Executive Paul Reilly looks to the future, he sees more diversity in the firm’s workforce, particularly when it comes to female and younger financial advisors.

And that force will come from efforts the firm is making now, Reilly said in an interview at the firm’s Women’s Symposium on Friday, starting with the firm’s new changes it has made to its new advisor training program this year.

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