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These financial firms are flocking to the 'Wall Street of the South'

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These financial firms are flocking to the 'Wall Street of the South'
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South Florida’s journey to become the “Wall Street of the South” is in full swing. The tri-county region has lured a slate of financial firms, particularly from the Northeast and California, over the past 18 months as Covid-19 turned the industry on its head.