Tim Killgoar joined Raymond James Financial two years ago as one of two assistants to Tom James, the former president and chief executive officer who just dialed back his executive responsibilities after 40 years at the helm of the company.

The assistants, hired straight out of business school as James' protégés, functioned as strategic analysts, learning everything they could about how Raymond James operates, all in an effort to improve client services.

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