Broker-dealer Data Center

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Overview

FirmAccount assets
1LPL Financial LLC$509,439,452,888
2Raymond James Financial Services Inc.$242,886,000,000
3AXA Advisors LLC$119,818,000,000
4Commonwealth Financial Network$114,420,000,000
5Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network$95,900,000,000
6Cambridge Investment Research Inc.$78,508,000,000
7Kestra Financial$75,604,901,006
8Cetera Advisor Networks$73,268,338,725
9MML Investors Services, LLC$73,100,000,000
10Securities America Inc.$66,000,000,000
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