While they may not always have the biggest bonuses in the industry, smaller regional firms have found other ways to make a big splash in the recruiting pool this year.

From Edward Jones’ plan to reach 20,000 advisors by 2020 to RBC’s expansion in Southern California or Raymond James’ acquisition of Morgan Keegan, regional firms have been an aggressive push to bring in new talent and pull from competitors. 

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