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The InvestmentNews BD Data Center is your doorway to information and intelligence about the independent broker-dealer industry.

Our proprietary data includes critical information on more than 100 of the most influential independent B-D — firms that have a combined 123,000 financial advisers and more than $1.7 trillion in client assets.

Use our industry rankings to quickly view the largest, fastest growing, highest paying and most profitable B-Ds, or take advantage of our custom rankings feature to create your own industry snap-shot across dozens of data points.

If you're a financial adviser looking to make a career move within the independent B-D channel, or if you're looking to examine trends among the industry's largest players, the InvestmentNews Data Center contains all of the tools to meet of your information needs.

Use our Find a B-D tool to filter through the universe of broker-dealers by size, typical payouts, clearing firms used or simply by location.

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