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Raymond James Reviews
Raymond James Financial is an American diversified holding company providing financial services to individuals, corporations and municipalities through its subsidiary companies that engage primarily in investment and financial planning, in addition to investment banking and asset management. Raymond James was founded in 1962 when St. Petersburg broker, Robert James, formed Robert A. James Investments. In 1964, the company merged with Raymond & Associates, founded by Edward Raymond in 1963, to form Raymond James & Associates. Robert James' son, Tom James, joined his father's company in 1966 and assumed leadership of the firm in 1970. The firm initially planned to go public in 1969, but market conditions delayed its plan until 1983. Tom turned over the CEO's post to Paul Reilly in 2010, and transitioned his title as Chairman of the Board to Paul Reilly in 2016. Tom still remains on the leadership team as Chairman Emeritus.
I enjoy working for the company. They do more than most companies do for their employees. It's not only my job but they also care about my future. They take the time to train you and provide any additional training you may need or want while working. My employer is always trying to help me improve my professional life and wants me to be successful. The conventions are a bonus of the job, they are informational, entertaining, enlightening and help connect employees from all branches. Working for Raymond James has lead me down a great path to a wonderful future and I cannot wait to see what my future holds with the company.
Raymond James is a financial services company. The company prides itself on being the premier alternative to Wall Street and they do a decent job and trying to prove that. Where they lack in technological prowess, they make up for in providing as best of service they can to their advisors, which then seeds down to their clients. Sans the typical corporate political landscape as seen in many companies, this organization does what it can to make as much of the working environment within Operations as easy as possible. Salaries are as comparable with the market rate as allowable and the RJ does what it can to keep opportunities available for moving around and up through the company.