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.
|76||LPL Investment Holdings Inc.||—|
|77||M Holdings Securities Inc. (M Securities)||$34,042,891,000|
|79||MML Investors Services, LLC||$73,100,000,000|
|80||MSI Financial Services, Inc.||—|
|81||National Holdings Corp.||—|
|82||National Planning Corporation (NPC)||$44,664,613,000|
|83||National Planning Holdings Inc.||—|
|84||National Securities Corp. & Affiliates||—|
|85||Nationwide Planning Associates, Inc.||$1,754,112,282|
|86||New England Securities Inc.||—|
|87||NEXT Financial Group Inc.||$14,358,317,515|
|89||The O.N. Equity Sales Co.||$8,933,679,451|
|90||Packerland Brokerage Services Inc.||—|
|91||Park Avenue Securities LLC||—|
|92||Parkland Securities, LLC||$6,411,117,590|
|93||PlanMember Securities Corp.||$9,300,000,000|
|94||Principal Securities, Inc. (fka Princor Financial Services Corp.)||$34,544,887,802|
|96||Prospera Financial Services Inc.||$6,482,744,348|
|97||Protected Investors of America Inc.||—|
|98||Quest Capital Strategies Inc.||—|
|99||Questar Capital Corp.||$11,663,426,200|
|100||Quincy Cass Associates Inc.||—|
- N/A = Not available
- N/D = Not disclosed
- — = Information not available or not disclosed
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