RJ Different Business Models

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Jan 3, 2010 1:50 am

Which RJ model is most likely the one used by advisors in local banks?

There are 3 RJ guys in local banks around me  and just wonder which of the 4 practice models they are under...


Jan 3, 2010 10:04 am

Raymond James Financial Services, through the FID section is they RJ Bank Channel.

Biggest differences between RJFS and a wirehouse are no high yield muni or corp bonds, fewer packaged products.

Jan 3, 2010 3:21 pm

RJ offers corporate bonds thru bonddesk. I never looked for High Yield munis but they have a good muni platform as well, and i would imagine one could get HY muni inventory if they needed it, thru the desk.

Jan 8, 2010 12:11 am
Sportsfreakbob:

RJ offers corporate bonds thru bonddesk. I never looked for High Yield munis but they have a good muni platform as well, and i would imagine one could get HY muni inventory if they needed it, thru the desk.


 
 
You absolutely can.  And they don't haircut their own advisors.