Raymond James Financial Services is drawing mostly positive reviews for a new advisor compensation plan it announced this week.

Headhunters say they believe the new plan, which will allow dually registered financial advisors with at least $100 million in discretionary client assets under management to retain 100% of their advisory fees, will help Raymond James retain and attract top hybrid advisors.

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