Raymond James lured six advisors with over $350 million in client assets to its independent channel, Raymond James president Scott Curtis announced Thursday.

The Pittsburgh-based team, which came to Raymond James from Hunter Associates and now operates as Shorebridge Wealth Management, generated $1.6 million in annual commissions and fees. The group is led by Winfield S. Smathers and Fred C. Miller, who are both founding partners and managing directors.

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