by: Joseph Lisanti
March 31, 2015
As an advisor, you're not necessarily obligated to vote proxies for client portfolios. But you must make sure your policy is articulated clearly. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Growth and value funds both have generated profits for the past years, but which is higher? Take...  more »
The advisor, now barred from FINRA, allegedly violated his firm's policies and FINRA rules when...  more »
"We're monitoring the situation in Indiana pretty closely, and will consider a range of options,"...  more »
The pace of RIA dealmaking has leveled off over the last few years, with no increase in the...  more »
Partner Insights
Broker Dealer Data
Rank 1
Prev. Rank
Company
Total Revenues $000s
% Change
Commission Rev.
1
--
3,338,449
14.4
1,637,471
2
--
2,876,519
14.8
1,335,713
3
--
Raymond James Financial Services
1,178,065
15.2
553,134
4
--
646,466
11.5
235,126
Company
Mutual Funds %
Stocks %
Bonds %
Annuities %
Insurance %
Allstate Financial Services, LLC
45 to 81%
60%
60%
45 to 81%
45 to 81%
American Portfolios Fin. Services
90
90
90
90
90
Ameriprise Financial Services
72-95
72-95
72-95
72-95
72-95
Ameritas Investment Corp.
50-90%
50-90%
50-90%
50-90%
50-90%
Rank 3
Company
Total Reps
Producing Reps $000s
Series 6 Reps
Series 7 Reps
1
LPL Financial, LLC
12,847
12,847
1,101
11,746
2
Ameriprise Financial Services
7,498
7,498
--
7,498
3
Raymond James Financial Services
4,670
3,193
--
4,670
4
Commonwealth Financial Network
1,791
1,414
195
1,596
Rank
Company
Total Payout $000
% Change
Average Payout $000
% Change
1
LPL Financial, LLC
2,304,663
4.1
179
(3.4)
2
Ameriprise Financial Services
1,792,818
18.8
239
18.6
3
Raymond James Financial Services
826,692
14.6
259
16.1
4
Commonwealth Financial Network
492,529
11.9
348
7.5
Rank
Prev. Rank
Company
Full-Time Staff
Licensed Professionals
Registered Offices
1
--
Ameriprise Financial Services
2,800
--
--
2
--
LPL Financial, LLC
2,552
852
6,593
3
--
Raymond James Financial Services
2,495
--
1,953
4
--
Waddell & Reed
905
25
419
Women: The financial planning industry needs you! The Bureau of Labor Statistics calls financial advisor one of the fastest growing job categories in the next 10 years, but only about one-third of advisors are women. The Women Advisor Forum is dedicated to fostering the growth and success of women in the industry, and bringing you together to network and make the business and intellectual connections that will help you succeed.
Women & Wealth: The Invisible Opportunity
SPONSOR CONTENT
The April Issue is now online!


TWITTER
FACEBOOK
LINKEDIN

Industry Events

April 22, 2015 | Plantsville, Conn.

April 26, 2015 |

June 18, 2015 | New York Hilton Midtown, New York, NY

June 24, 2015 | Chicago, IL

Already a subscriber? Log in here