Tom James: Who 'Changed Everything' at Raymond James—The 2015 IA 35 for 35
Tom James became CEO of Raymond James Financial in 1970, succeeding his father Bob, and held that role until 2010; he remains chairman, and remains highly active on the big picture level for the company but also in recruiting new reps.
Raymond James Not Feeling Acquisitive, CEO Says
Paul Reilly says acquisition of Morgan Keegan was a “good experience,” but doesn’t see “a lot of opportunities” for future deals.
Averitt Retires as CEO at RJFS Conference
Dick Averitt retired as CEO of Raymond James’ independent-advisor channel in late May.
Advisors Deliver Two-Thirds of Raymond James Revenue, Says CEO Reilly
Bidding to be the ‘premier alternative to Wall Street,’ Raymond James focuses on service and technology and is seeing particular recruiting success in its employee BD unit.
Raymond James Attracts 71, Adds 07-08 Bonuses
During the second quarter of 2007, Raymond James Private Client Group recruited 71 new financial advisors, with 40 joining its employee channel -- Raymond James...