NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Bucking the industry trend, Raymond James is holding firm: The firm has no plans to offer clients a robo solution.

“We won’t create a platform that disintermediates the financial advisor,” says Scott Curtis, president of Raymond James Financial Services, the independent arm of the financial advisory firm. “Direct-to-consumer is not our model.”

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