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Financial Advisor Trainee

Raymond James Financial Inc. Lexington-Fayette, KY +3 locations

Evaluates customers in terms of financial needs, current holdings, and available investment capital and helps them identify their investment… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Investment Banking Sr Associate

Raymond James Financial Inc. Saint Petersburg, FL

Produces factual and accurate information thats presented to the client.Seeks opportunities… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Senior Regulatory Attorney

Raymond James Financial Inc. Saint Petersburg, FL

Plans, assigns, monitors, reviews, evaluates the work of support team in connection with assignments. Coaches and mentors others, including providing… Ivy Exec

22 days ago

Compliance Specialist II- Capital Markets

Raymond James Financial Inc. Saint Petersburg, FL +3 locations

Under administrative direction, uses extensive knowledge and skills obtained through education and experience in securities industry obtained through… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

West Coast Regional Director

Raymond James Financial Inc. Los Angeles, CA +3 locations

Develops short and long term goals and initiatives to achieve strategic vision for a defined region, in conjunction with senior management.Develops… Ivy Exec

22 days ago

Lending Solutions Consult

Raymond James Financial Inc. North Miami, FL

Partner with FAs to provide the best financial advice on private banking products to clients Build product awareness and understanding among… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

VP, Inv Banking (Consumer Sector)

Raymond James Financial Inc. Baltimore, MD

Applies financial analysis, business experience and market knowledge to initiate, and/or assess the likelihood of completing a corporate finance… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Corporate IT Recruiter

Raymond James Financial Inc. Saint Petersburg, FL

Contacts community job placement services, private personnel agencies, and colleges to set up interviews with job counselors for prospective job… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Cash Solutions Manager

Raymond James Financial Inc. Tampa, FL +2 locations

Manages the PCG Cash Solutions products Maintain subject matter expertise and provide support on all bank deposit, cash management, credit card, and… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Managing Trust Officer

Raymond James Financial Inc. Saint Petersburg, FL

Plans, assigns, monitors and manages the work of others. Reviews performance and evaluates results achieved by subordinates. Coaches and mentors… Ivy Exec

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Raymond James Financial CEO Paul C. Reilly
Paul C. Reilly
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    Great culture, stability, and experience awaits smart employees at RJ

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    Current Employee - Middle Manager in Saint Petersburg, FL
    Current Employee - Middle Manager in Saint Petersburg, FL

    I have been working at Raymond James Financial full-time (more than 10 years)


    I love working at Raymond James. It's a company that works hard to follow a set of principles towards clients and employees. In most every way, RJ doesn't just talk the talk, they walk the walk. When they talk about putting the client first, it's ingrained in the lexicon, processes, and approach. Everyone thinks it, and does their best to live up to it.

    Pay isn't the best in the industry, but it's good for our geography. And for a decade, I've seen the people that perform the best, get rewarded in salary and responsibility.

    The company strongly supports giving back to the community, with many dozens of charitable events and projects going on across the firm every year. In the department I worked in, there were ongoing, sanctioned committees to make available charitable activities for the department, and everyone was given some time off to participate directly, such as food warehouse stocking, holiday 'adoptions', helping the unemployed with resume and interview skills.

    The firm, from the groups I've worked with across a decade, generally do not have gossipy, unproductive environments. There's not an abundance of debilitating tension or conflict. Everyone is excited about doing a great job, serving worthy clients and partners, and working with a great group of peers.

    There are many, many roles you can pursue at RJ. I've seen employees go from role to role, department to department, as they round out their skills. Technology, finance, marketing, operations, there's plenty of internal career options. I would, and have, recommended to many friends and family to work at RJ. We're having a blast and providing an important service to clients.

    Benefits are full, extra perk of top financial advisor for every employee, and good company stock program for all. Also, RJ as a business has been amazing, 105+ consecutive quarters of growth. That means security, stability, growth of your stock options, team, and opportunities.


    Nepotism, is encouraged at RJ. There are quite a few husband and wife teams, and brothers, sisters, working at RJ. That can be a pro or a con, but I've never had a problem with it.

    The firm is very conservative with investing in innovation and digital technologies. There are numerous core functions that go without attention at RJ, likely alone among their peers. Many of these functions I wouldn't run a small business without, and yet RJ doesn't invest in the basics. In some areas, RJ is absolutely the leader in their industry, and there are always new technologies to learn and grow. But even still, big holes remain as the company grows methodically.

    Some micromanagement at dept head level. Not many middle managers are given full P&L responsibility.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Focus on merit, and walk the walk. It shouldn't matter whether someone went to Harvard or not because their finances or family situation was not amenable. If they the brains, tools, and ambition, that should get as much interest as anyone else. All bright, ambitions people of a certain caliber should be eligible to appy for the A2C position. There's a clique among the large number of A2C's that have been handed prominent positions in the firm, and if you aren't part of that group, it can be harder to compete. If the A2C program is helpful, then at least allow current employees to apply for the position so we're not boxed in and dis-incentivized to go long with RJ.

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