Raymond James is going after more top advisors -- and it's changing its payout structure to do so.

Dually registered financial advisors with at least $100 million in discretionary client assets under management will retain 100% of their advisory fees under a new compensation model that Raymond James Financial Services is rolling out April 1.

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