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Firm Annuity revenue ▼
1LPL Financial LLC$915,587,889
2Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.$413,772,360
3AXA Advisors LLC$371,047,738
4Lincoln Financial Network$216,269,420
5Raymond James Financial Services Inc.$198,080,000
6National Planning Corporation (NPC) $149,971,000
7Voya Financial Advisors Inc.$142,374,978
8MML Investors Services, LLC$136,864,455
9Cambridge Investment Research Inc.$126,811,047
10Commonwealth Financial Network$120,523,833
11Signator Investors Inc.$113,158,800
12Woodbury Financial Services$107,423,000
13Royal Alliance Associates Inc.$95,858,000
14Kestra Financial$94,759,853
15INVEST Financial Corp.$94,216,000
16SagePoint Financial Inc.$86,472,000
17CUNA Brokerage Services Inc.$80,130,000
18Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network$75,325,524
19Principal Securities, Inc. (fka Princor Financial Services Corp.)$74,198,836
20FSC Securities Corp.$70,906,000
21Securian Financial Services Inc.$62,391,255
22Questar Capital Corp.$61,401,500
23SII Investments Inc.$60,599,000
24HD Vest Investment Services$60,000,000
25Transamerica Financial Advisors, Inc.$58,102,538
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