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Mark Casady has a new beard but his firm's views on fiduciary rules may differ from FSI by more than a whisker.

LPL reconsiders FSI as it drops out of its board, offers own DOL stand and hires own lobbyist
The giant IBD-custodian breaks from Financial Services Institute pack with pro-DOL statement as FSI posts more negative view on Labor Dept.'s 'fiduciary' definition

Thursday 4.16.15
Robert Moore leaves LPL after steadying the firm.

Robert Moore walks from LPL Financial president role for new gig, but Dan Arnold softens the blow by filling the void
Mark Casady's second-in-command was hired as CFO from a bank early in the 2008 crisis but Arnold is known as entrepreneurial soul who can 'do' corporate

Tuesday 3.3.15
John Hyland pictured yesterday at his chemo session: I have every intention of coming out the other end.

How the industry is rallying to help John Hyland as his cancer returns and why the New Jersey advisor seems impervious to fear
The only path to survival for the owner of a $17-billion AUA OSJ is a bone marrow transplant and advisors are getting swabbed to improve his odds of finding an elusive match

Wednesday 1.14.15
Robert Moore: Today, our independent RIA business accounts for approximately 65% of our new business development.

LPL Financial shares hit rough patch on $18-million surprise as RIAs now represent the vast majority of the firm's business development
Wall Street dings the IBD for spiralling compliance costs but hybrid RIA assets are serious bright spot

Thursday 10.23.14
Joan Khoury will help to transition the people taking her duties.

LPL's Robert Moore makes his next moves -- and this time Joan Khoury is out
As LPL seeks its voice as a corporation, the company will go a new direction for marketing with reently hired Morgan Stanley and Russell Investments talent

Thursday 6.5.14
Mike Kitces: Social media has been so effective for all of my various businesses, that I've added several over the past few years just to handle the capacity.

The 25 financial advisors with the biggest online presences -- and a frank analysis of what online omnipotence does (or not) for them
Brightscope's top-100 social media maven list shows that RIA bloggers, tweeters, Facebookers and Youtubers sacrifice client face time to cater to web consumption

Thursday 5.15.14
LPL advisors will join Mario Andretti and other jet-setters on the French Riviera next week.

LPL is taking its elite RIAs and other top producers to Monte Carlo in out-of-beribboned-box move
The broker-dealer's record first time sign-ups show the European haven strikes a chord with Orlando-weary advisors

Wednesday 3.5.14
Andy Kalbaugh and Derek Bruton do a takeoff of an ESPN sports show called “Pardon the Interruption.”

LPL shows flashes of its new image at Financial Masters 2013
Mark Casady talked up a more 'personal' approach and Robert Moore suggests an increased focus on the high net worth market

Tuesday 3.19.13
Joe Piazza:  I have always felt that I was "interrupted" 10 years ago.

With big LPL backing, the Robertson Stephens brand revives to roll up advisors to the suddenly wealthy
Joe Piazza is taking the once-premium San Francisco investment banking brand and combining with Fortigent to lure brokers to a hybrid platform

Tuesday 3.12.13
Bill Dwyer is at peace with his decision to leave -- and it was his decision, according to John Hyland.

LPL's Bill Dwyer decides to call it quits and Robert Moore is taking over his duties
The make-it-happen statesman salesman atop a B2B selling scheme cedes control to a Mark Casady favorite

Friday 3.1.13
Victor Fetter will be the face of LPL's technological skunkworks in North Carolina

LPL poaches top Dell exec to rewire outsourcing and head hundreds in new technology 'town'
Victor Fetter is reporting directly to Mark Casady and will help hire 60 techies in the next 45 days

Friday 12.14.12
Robert Moore skipped the sugarcoating: 'It takes an advisor a year or two to ramp from zero to their prior production levels

What five things LPL president Robert Moore told investors that stood out for me
Wall Street reacted well to the hype-free message about germinating recruits and serious cost-cutting plans

Monday 12.3.12
Winnie Sun: We have doubled the size of our staff and published iPhone and iPad apps for our clients, and we will be starting to post YouTube videos.

LPL showcases some successful, ambitious advisors as the FOCUS 2012 conference wraps up
'King of the world' James Cameron was on hand to talk about the risk of not taking risks and an ex-IMF economist confirmed that there are plenty to go around

Wednesday 8.29.12
Dan Arnold is the new LPL CFO but he's also the guy charged with charting the future course for his company

What LPL's pick of a new CFO says about how strategic -- and RIA oriented -- the company plans to be
Dan Arnold is not a central-casting pick, but the company is betting he is the guy who can find the judicious RIA-brokerage mix

Thursday 6.28.12
Mark Casady is taking his most proven talent and giving her a challenge with a potentially momentous payoff.

LPL cannibalizes executive talent and launches mass-market entity
If anyone can crack the uncrackable low-end market, it's Esther Stearns, analysts and headhunters say

Thursday 4.19.12
Shirl Penney and Todd Thomson: The reason to [go independent] is that you want to build equity in something that's yours."

The top 10 people to watch in the RIA business in 2012, Part 2
Keeping an eye on those gaining the most ground in the fleet-footed RIA industry

Tuesday 3.13.12
Joan Khoury: We have flexibility of delivering advice to a broader range of investors.

LPL lures top execs away from Merrill Lynch, MSSB
Such defections from the wirehouse world to the IBD arena would not have happened even 10 years ago, recruiters say

Monday 3.5.12
Robert Moore: We like transparency.

LPL sees bright spots amid sideways 4Q earnings report
The firm is buoyed by increase in advisors, a perceived edge in the 401(k) segment and interest generated by the Fortigent deal

Wednesday 2.8.12




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