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Firm Total revenue ▼
1LPL Financial LLC$3,977,425,599
2Ameriprise Financial Services Inc.$3,944,981,975
3Raymond James Financial Services Inc.$1,790,201,621
4Commonwealth Financial Network$1,068,709,779
5Wells Fargo Advisors Financial Network$910,827,000
6Lincoln Financial Network$826,319,709
7AXA Advisors LLC$727,544,586
8Cambridge Investment Research Inc.$711,466,662
9Securities America Inc.$535,725,000
10Cetera Advisor Networks$519,544,536
11Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors$487,411,769
12Royal Alliance Associates Inc.$466,839,000
13Kestra Financial$423,079,103
14Voya Financial Advisors Inc.$393,715,837
15National Planning Corporation (NPC) $376,824,000
16MML Investors Services, LLC$367,555,763
17Signator Investors Inc.$357,317,849
18Securian Financial Services Inc.$325,642,198
19HD Vest Investment Services$316,566,822
20SagePoint Financial Inc.$307,558,000
21Cetera Advisors$283,137,120
22Principal Securities, Inc. (fka Princor Financial Services Corp.)$279,328,470
23FSC Securities Corp.$274,115,000
24Cetera Financial Institutions$263,036,057
25Woodbury Financial Services$253,943,000
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