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Firm Excess net capital ▲
88Hornor Townsend & Kent Inc.$5,050,000
87Securities America Inc.$5,200,000
86KMS Financial Services, Inc.$5,266,860
85Signator Investors Inc.$5,561,914
84Cadaret, Grant & Co. Inc.$6,295,361
83ProEquities Inc.$6,673,998
82Securities Service Network Inc.$6,918,000
81Investacorp Inc.$7,043,000
80Ameritas Investment Corp.$7,667,631
79CUNA Brokerage Services Inc.$8,934,559
78Centaurus Financial Inc.$9,313,674
77Lincoln Investment Planning, LLC$9,392,611
76Triad Advisors Inc.$11,025,673
75Cambridge Investment Research Inc.$11,899,039
74AXA Advisors LLC$13,175,068
73Commonwealth Financial Network$14,134,534
72MML Investors Services, LLC$17,582,765
71Woodbury Financial Services$20,600,000
70FSC Securities Corp.$22,400,000
69Voya Financial Advisors Inc.$24,420,211
68SagePoint Financial Inc.$26,000,000
67Raymond James Financial Services Inc.$26,273,000
66Lincoln Financial Network$32,600,000
65Royal Alliance Associates Inc.$40,300,000
64Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors$52,389,000
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