Raymond James is reducing its ranks by 160 employees following the transition of Morgan Keegan accounts onto the Raymond James platform in February.

Raymond James confirmed the layoffs of  160 employees, mostly in the IT department at the St. Petersburg, Fla., headquarters, on Thursday. About 115 of the jobs being eliminated are at the home office, leaving the total staff at the headquarters at around 3,200, the firm said. 

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