Scott Curtis, leader of Raymond James’ independent advisory arm, received a call yesterday from one independent financial advisor looking to transition her practice to Raymond James by teaming up with one of its financial advisors.

The transaction would take place in two steps, first with the acquisition of the Raymond James & Associates practice in the firm’s employee-based channel, which would then be moved to the firm’s independent side to suit the acquiring advisor’s preference.

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