Raymond James is ramping up its pitch to attract independent advisors by opening up access to alternative investments.
Beginning in September, financial advisors affiliated with the firms custodial arm, the Investment Advisors Division, will be able to offer alternative investments for their clients through the Raymond James Alternative Investment Group.
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