Broker-dealer Data Center
All 2011-2016 recruitment and staffing data is as of Dec. 31 in the calendar year displayed. Prior year recruitment and staffing data is as of Sept. 30. All financial figures are for firms' year end, unless noted.
|Firm||Alternative revenue ▼|
|1||LPL Financial LLC||$34,926,724|
|2||Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.||$28,560,837|
|3||Centaurus Financial Inc.||$22,212,961|
|4||Independent Financial Group LLC||$20,455,900|
|5||Commonwealth Financial Network||$17,606,415|
|6||Lincoln Financial Network||$12,170,974|
|7||Cambridge Investment Research Inc.||$11,055,158|
|8||The Strategic Financial Alliance Inc.||$9,660,260|
|9||Triad Advisors Inc.||$7,901,930|
|10||Voya Financial Advisors Inc.||$5,870,918|
|11||SagePoint Financial Inc.||$5,295,000|
|12||Royal Alliance Associates Inc.||$4,751,000|
|13||Arete Wealth Management||$4,732,326|
|14||Woodbury Financial Services||$4,710,000|
|16||Crown Capital Securities L.P.||$4,348,776|
|17||AXA Advisors LLC||$4,344,670|
|18||Kovack Securities, Inc.||$4,265,100|
|19||HD Vest Investment Services||$4,200,000|
|20||United Planners Financial Services||$3,893,820|
|21||J.W. Cole Financial Inc.||$3,495,520|
|22||FSC Securities Corp.||$3,451,000|
|23||Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network||$3,446,039|
|25||Sigma Financial Corp.||$2,877,664|
- N/A = Not available
- N/D = Not disclosed
- — = Information not available or not disclosed
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