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Raymond James Financial Inc. unit Raymond James Financial Services Inc. hired financial advisers Lee McCauley and Evan McCauley for its Akron, Ohio, office.

The father-and-son duo, operating as McCauley Financial LLC, earlier worked with Merrill Lynch, where they managed approximately $166 million in client assets. Also joining the new team at Raymond James is Mark Lyons, who serves as branch manager for Lee and Evan's practice as well as a registered client associate for Raymond James Financial Services.

Additionally, Raymond James Financial Inc. unit Raymond James & Associates Inc. recently hired financial advisers, Arthur Springer, Charles Seller, Michael Salvatore and Christopher Nolan for its Long Island and Westchester markets in New York.

Springer, senior vice president of wealth management, joins Raymond James' Woodbury, N.Y., office, from Merrill Lynch, where he managed $230 million in client assets and had more than $1 million in annual production. He is joined by Senior Registered Client Service Associate Alissa Papaleo, who also joined from Merrill Lynch.

Seller, first vice president of investments, and his partner and financial adviser Salvatore, joined Raymond James in the Westchester office. They joined from Morgan Stanley, where they managed more than $200 million in client assets and had more than $1 million in annual production. They operate as the Birch Lane Group of Raymond James.

Nolan, senior vice president of investments, joined Raymond James' Garden City office from Morgan Stanley, where he managed nearly $130 million in client assets.