With Ladenburg Thalmann the latest firm to offer subsidized Financial Services Institute memberships to its advisors, FSI’s membership ranks have grown to more than 33,000 advisors, the advocacy organization said in a statement.

That’s up from approximately 15,000 a year ago, according to an FSI spokesman. “The momentum our members are creating … will pay off in big ways this year,” Keith Kelly, FSI’s executive vice president and chief operating officer said in the statement. As membership increases, FSI’s influence also grows correspondingly, he said.

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