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Advisor sues Raymond James after he joins one RIA and forms another

Robert Rowe alleges he was misled into leaving Morgan Stanley with his 8-person team

Author Lisa Shidler April 21, 2011 at 1:53 PM
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Robert Rowe: "When we came on board within three months, we lost a $100 million portfolio because we couldn’t provide accurate performance capabilities. Right off the bat you’re absolutely dead."


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