Raymond James

Raymond James is a diversified financial services holding company with subsidiaries engaged primarily in investment and financial planning, in addition to investment banking and asset management.

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Raymond James in big investment banking win

Raymond James Financial, the investment bank that’s been an afterthought for years among mergers-and-acquisitions dealmakers, won its largest-ever advisory role by helping Israel’s Mobileye NV reach an agreement to sell itself to Intel Corp. for about $15 billion.

Raymond James announces two new hires to energy investment banking

Raymond James is growing its Energy Investment Banking practice with the hiring of two senior petroleum engineers, Carla Tharp and Michael Eichhorn. Tharp and Eichhorn are highly experienced engineers whose nearly 50 combined years of energy and finance expertise will help expand the technical and advisory capabilities available to Raymond James clients.

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Raymond James announces two new hires to energy investment banking

Raymond James is growing its Energy Investment Banking practice with the hiring of two senior petroleum engineers, Carla Tharp and Michael Eichhorn. Tharp and Eichhorn are highly experienced engineers whose nearly 50 combined years of energy and finance expertise will help expand the technical and advisory capabilities available to Raymond James clients.

Raymond James in big investment banking win

Raymond James Financial, the investment bank that’s been an afterthought for years among mergers-and-acquisitions dealmakers, won its largest-ever advisory role by helping Israel’s Mobileye NV reach an agreement to sell itself to Intel Corp. for about $15 billion.

Raymond James To Acquire Morgan Keegan & Company

Raymond James Financial, Inc. has announced that it has entered into a definitive stock purchase agreement to acquire Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc. and related affiliates from Regions Financial for $930m, expanding both its private client wealth management and capital markets businesses.

Raymond James To Pay $1.69m In Restitution For Charging Unfair Commissions

WASHNGTON — The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) ordered Raymond James & Associates, Inc. (RJA) and Raymond James Financial Services, Inc. (RJFS) to pay restitution of $1.69m to more than 15,500 investors who were charged unfair and unreasonable commissions on securities transactions. FINRA also fined RJA $225,000 and RJFS $200,000.

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Raymond James in big investment banking win

Raymond James Financial, the investment bank that’s been an afterthought for years among mergers-and-acquisitions dealmakers, won its largest-ever advisory role by helping Israel’s Mobileye NV reach an agreement to sell itself to Intel Corp. for about $15 billion.

Raymond James announces two new hires to energy investment banking

Raymond James is growing its Energy Investment Banking practice with the hiring of two senior petroleum engineers, Carla Tharp and Michael Eichhorn. Tharp and Eichhorn are highly experienced engineers whose nearly 50 combined years of energy and finance expertise will help expand the technical and advisory capabilities available to Raymond James clients.