When LPL Financial's presumed heir apparent, President Robert Moore, left the company last week, the move appeared abrupt.

But in truth, tension had been building in the executive suite, insiders say. And Moore's departure, they add, seemed to be the result of an internal rivalry with the man who replaced Moore as president: Dan Arnold, who had served as LPL's chief financial officer since 2012.

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