Banks will have a more difficult time recruiting advisors in the future. That's just one conclusion that came from the Raymond James Financial Institutions Division Symposium last month.
"There aren't enough people going into the industry to replace those who retire," Scott Curtis, president of Raymond James Financial Services, told some 200 program managers and bank advisors at the event in Orlando.
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