Slideshow FP50 2017: Which IBDs have the most women advisors?

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  • June 25 2017, 8:00pm EDT
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FP50 2017: Which IBDS have the most women advisors?

Only three of the country's independent-broker dealers have 30% or more women among their affiliated brokers.

Please click through the images above to see which firms are attracting the most women, and how they compare to their competition.

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11. Voya Financial Advisors (tie)

% female advisors: 18%
% male advisors: 82%

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11. Commonwealth Financial Network (tie)

% female advisors: 18%
% male advisors: 82%

10. Lincoln Investment Planning (tie)

% female advisors: 19%
% male advisors: 81%

10. Crown Capital Securities (tie)

% female advisors: 19%
% male advisors: 81%

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10. LPL Financial (tie)

% female advisors: 19%
% male advisors: 81%

9. Centaurus Financial

% female advisors: 20%
% male advisors: 80%

8. J.W. Cole Financial (tie)

% female advisors: 23%
% male advisors: 77%

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8. Waddell & Reed Financial Advisors (tie)

% female advisors: 23%
% male advisors: 77%

7. Cadaret Grant

% female advisors: 24%
% male advisors: 76%

6. CUNA Brokerage Services (tie)

% female advisors: 26%
% male advisors: 74%

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6. KMS Financial Services (tie)

% female advisors: 26%
% male advisors: 74%

5. CUSO Financial Services & Sorrento Pacific Financial

% female advisors: 27%
% male advisors: 73%

4. Triad Advisors

% female advisors: 28%
% male advisors: 72%

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3. Securities America

% female advisors: 30%
% male advisors: 70%

2. Geneos Wealth Management

% female advisors: 35%
% male advisors: 65%

1. Transamerica

% female advisors: 37%
% male advisors: 63%