Raymond James names private client strategist

By Staff | March 22, 2011 | Last updated on March 22, 2011
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Raymond James Ltd. has announced the hiring of Andy MacLean as the firm’s new Private Client Strategist for Canada, effective April 1, 2011.

“Andy is a talented professional who will enhance our ability to better serve our financial advisors and their clients by delivering actionable investment ideas, market commentary and portfolio solutions,” says Terry Hetherington, executive vice-president and head of the firm’s Private Client business. “He brings unique expertise and insights that will add a new dimension to our overall efforts.”

MacLean may be most familiar as head of investment strategy at Richardson GMP, his most recent position prior to joining Raymond James.

“I am excited to be joining a firm whose values underscore its ongoing commitment to providing exemplary financial care to its clients, at all times,” he said. “Especially in these volatile and challenging markets, it is more important than ever for individual investors and their families to be able to count on trusted advice from their Financial Advisor to help them create the best financial plan to protect and grow their portfolios. This is an area that has always been an important area of strength for Raymond James.”

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