Intermediaries looking for a discretionary manager

Professional intermediaries, such as financial advisers, accountants or solicitors, are an important source of client referrals for Raymond James branches. We have developed reporting tools, client documentation and payment processing procedures to assist with these introducer relationships and to help the intermediaries stay informed about the status of their clients’ portfolios.

Introducer Agreement

The Introducer Agreement forms the contract between the professional intermediary and Raymond James.

Initial fees

Subject to approval by the client, introducers may receive a percentage of a client’s initial investment as an initial fee, which will be agreed on a case-by-case basis.

On-going adviser charge

Subject to instruction by the client, Raymond James may also facilitate ongoing charges to the introducer. A remittance statement is also produced and emailed to the introducer by Raymond James Head Office.

Reporting Tools

Data export & data feeds
Raymond James provides a data integration capability to a number of back-office solutions, which allows intermediaries using these secure back-office systems the ability to map joint client information.

Raymond James Introducer Access Portal
The Introducer Access Portal enables intermediaries to view clients’ holdings, valued at the previous day’s closing price – detailed at both the account level and the consolidated total, in addition to transaction information.

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