Executives at LPL Investment Holdings have had a big year, marked by a new innovative variable annuity platform, a surge in new advisors, and successful first-quarter earnings.
It might explain why the company’s shareholders voted, in a non-binding measure, to approve salaries and other compensation paid to Mark Casady, chairman and chief executive officer, and four of its other most highly paid executives for the fiscal year ended 2010.
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