An LPL team overseeing $115 million in client assets has jumped over to Raymond James Financial Services, according to a statement released by the firm Wednesday.

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Paul Fischer and Larry Nordmann moved their practice to the independent broker-dealer at Raymond James in August, FINRA BrokerCheck records show.

The duo operates as Fischer Wealth Management, based out of Apopka, Florida. They switched from LPL to take advantage of Raymond James' adviser support and technology, Fischer, founding partner and branch manager of the firm, said in the statement.

Fischer started in the industry in 1996 with G.A. Repple, according to FINRA BrokerCheck records. He then moved to Main Street Management in 1998 and signed up with LPL in 2004.
Nordman joined LPL in 2012, BrokerCheck records show. Prior to that he spent 20 years in banking, according to Raymond James.

An LPL spokeswoman could not immediately be reached for comment.

The advisers are joined by Fischer's wife Carrie, who is the firm's office manager, a Raymond James spokeswoman said.

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