Updated Saturday, August 2, 2014 as of 12:29 AM ET
Raymond James Reels in $1.9M UBS Team
Raymond James & Associates has pulled in two advisors from UBS, where the duo generated annual fees and commissions of about $1.9 million.
Matthew Rogers and Mark Christopher Norton signed on with the regional broker-dealer at its Portland, Maine-based offices. The team operates as Rogers Norton Wealth Management Group of Raymond James. Also joining the team from UBS is Adele Jacque, senior registered sales associate.   more »
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