WASHINGTON - Raymond James Financial Services is on track to have its best recruiting year since 2009, according to Scott Curtis, president of the division.

In that unusual year, Raymond James recruited close to 600 new independent advisors, according to the company's annual report, many of whom were fleeing large wirehouses during the financial crisis. Altogether, the company netted 129 new advisors in its 2009 fiscal year.

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