The demographics have been clear for some time and the advisory industry continues to fret about the impending tsunami of retiring advisors in the coming years. As a result, firms are putting together succession programs as a way to ease the transition of client assets from older advisors to the much younger set. 

Three executives from Raymond James discussed this phenomenon at the firm's annual women's symposium, near its headquarters in St. Petersburg, Fla.

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