Raymond James CFO to Retire

Raymond James has stated that Chief Financial Officer Jeff Julien, who has been with the firm since 1983, will retire at year-end. He is set to be replaced by Paul Shoukry, the firm’s treasurer and senior vice president of finance and investor relations. As part of Julien’s retirement, he will remain a director on the bank board and a member of several management committees.

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