The largest firms that affiliate with LPL Financial have suffered two potentially significant setbacks:
LPL often pays more for advisers in OSJs, which supervise and provide support and services to other independent advisors, because of those large firms' bargaining strength. The changes appear to be aimed at cost-savings, several CEO of super OSJs said.
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