National Planning, one of the largest independent broker-dealer networks, said it booked revenue of more than $510 million during the first nine months of 2010, a 15.7% increase in year-over-year comparisons. And during that time, it generated total sales of more than $10.5 billion, a .9% increase over the prior year period.

“Our focus on sustainable growth has allowed NPH to achieve solid results throughout the volatility of the last business cycle,” said Jim Livingston, president and CEO of National Planning Holdings, in a press release. “Advisors recognize the consistency of our approach in the areas of representative support and technology development, and they see NPH as a key to continued success in their business. Being responsive to our representatives’ needs has always been—and will remain—our primary objective and a fundamental part of our growth strategy.”

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