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Bill Chetney: I went to Mark Casady and Robert Moore and said: This is my natural habitat. I'd like to lead but from this format.

Bill Chetney is back to compete with LPL (among others) and Mark Casady is very much on board
His new $40-billion OSJ start-up will use the LPL hybrid platform and get a hand from the broker-dealer in procuring a right-to-recruit agreement and software

Wednesday 7.9.14
Victor Fettter: We believe there's a special sauce that LPL can provide and I don't think there's one size fits all.

Victor Fetter turns his guns on LPL's thorniest software challenge -- 21st century performance reporting
The former Dell guru eschews a best-of-breed strategy as his firm plays a game of catch-up under a big tent

Monday 4.21.14
Matt Enyedi: Anytime we do something at LPL, it's under the lens of how can we do this for RIAs. Five years ago, if we'd rolled this out, it would have been only for LPL corporate firms.

LPL Financial gets beyond the halfway-house model to compete with Schwab, Fidelity for advisors that are wholly RIAs
The big broker-dealer is making moves that do not discriminate against, may in fact favor, pure RIAs, but hybrid habits die hard, skeptics say

Tuesday 12.17.13
Ruth Papazian: LPL was at that stage of really wanting to grow like H.D. Vest is today, and I love to grow things.

Ruth Papazian bursts back on the scene to jolt H.D. Vest out of its accountancy coma
The ex-LPL marketing czar lands at the Dallas firm as marketing and recruiting chief tasked with losing the 'stale' marketing and replenishing an army of low-producing advisors

Friday 10.18.13
Mark Casady: Before, I was an externally focused CEO, doing acquisitions, focused on getting us public, We weren't as attentive as we could be.

In WSJ article, Mark Casady issues a series of mea culpas and positions LPL as a turnaround story
In the esteemed publication, CEO Mark Casady positions his company and his attitude toward advisors as a turnaround story built on two-hour deadlines

Tuesday 9.17.13
Derek Bruton: The sales cycle has lengthened.

At the $50 billion mark, Derek Bruton discusses how LPL's hybrid unit became 'wildly successful' and why Fortigent helps put the $100-billion target closer still
Booming markets have slowed recruiting, but the IBD's RIA custody unit will only get better as it affords itself more and more of Fortigent brainpower

Wednesday 6.19.13
With MetLife playing an air game, Cetera was happy to buy up Snoopy's ground game.

Cetera raises its strategic profile to 'baby LPL' status with MetLife deal
The size of the insurance-IBD roll-up has moved it into a realm between boutique and biggie

Monday 4.8.13
Darin Pastor: I don't think anybody's going to offer what we have.

Why exactly a $1-billion LPL advisor thinks he's the guy to buy and turn around the Phoenix Coyotes?
Hockey lover Darin Pastor's plan revolves around making Glendale, Ariz. people happy -- and applying managerial smarts that produced serial business successes

Wednesday 4.3.13
Esther Stearns: We are not really recruiting advisors in the sense LPL does. We're training them to become good advisors.

NestWise is starting to take shape and take flight under LPL's wing -- and from under Schwab's shadow
The San Fran-based venture, headed by a former Schwabie, is pioneering technology, mass-affluent retainers and choice of labor pool, for starters

Wednesday 2.13.13
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
Jason Roberts: The broker wants to make sure the advisor isn't taking the clients to lunch.

Why brokers from Nationwide, LPL, Merrill Lynch and others are giving RIAs a cut of their 401(k) action
RIAs and brokers alike are wary of the fox-in-hen-house effect but DOL is creating strange bedfellows

Tuesday 5.29.12

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