Broker-dealer Data Center
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|1||LPL Financial LLC||$509,439,452,888|
|2||Raymond James Financial Services Inc.||$242,885,545,531|
|3||AXA Advisors LLC||$119,818,000,000|
|4||Commonwealth Financial Network||$114,420,000,000|
|5||Northwestern Mutual Investment Services||$100,490,000,000|
|6||Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network||$95,900,000,000|
|7||Cetera Advisor Networks||$81,300,338,725|
|8||Cambridge Investment Research Inc.||$78,508,000,000|
|9||Kestra Financial, Inc||$75,604,901,006|
|10||MML Investors Services, LLC||$73,100,000,000|
|1||LPL Financial LLC||$4,049,382,532|
|2||Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.||$3,944,981,975|
|3||Raymond James Financial Services Inc.||$1,790,201,621|
|4||Commonwealth Financial Network||$1,068,709,779|
|5||Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network||$910,827,000|
|6||Northwestern Mutual Investment Services||$756,221,640|
|7||Lincoln Financial Network||$747,358,442|
|8||AXA Advisors LLC||$727,544,586|
|9||Cambridge Investment Research Inc.||$711,466,662|
|10||Cetera Advisor Networks||$572,967,406|
|Firm||No. of reps|
|1||LPL Financial LLC||15,210|
|2||Lincoln Financial Network||8,935|
|3||MML Investors Services, LLC||7,714|
|4||Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.||7,686|
|5||Raymond James Financial Services Inc.||5,999|
|6||Northwestern Mutual Investment Services||5,138|
|7||AXA Advisors LLC||4,712|
|8||Cambridge Investment Research Inc.||3,956|
|9||Transamerica Financial Advisors, Inc.||3,364|
|10||Cetera Advisor Networks||3,071|
|1||LPL Financial LLC||$297,516,562|
|2||Northwestern Mutual Investment Services||$102,736,361|
|3||AXA Advisors LLC||$51,600,000|
|4||Cambridge Investment Research Inc.||$42,421,155|
|5||MML Investors Services, LLC||$6,379,386|
|6||CUNA Brokerage Services Inc.||$5,800,000|
|8||Signator Investors Inc.||$4,815,402|
|9||Kovack Securities, Inc.||$3,976,200|
|10||United Planners Financial Services||$1,951,734|
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