LPL, the largest independent broke/-dealer, filed S-1 forms with the Securities Exchange Commission Friday to become a public corporation.

The offering will consist of primary shares to be sold by the company and secondary shares to be sold by some of its existing minority stockholders. LPL, based in Boston, plans to use the net proceeds from the proposed public offering to repay debt.

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