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Bill Dwyer: When I met Nick it reminded me of a similar presence ...(Todd Robinson). Lightning strikes twice.

What exactly enticed Bill Dwyer out of retirement to work on the other side
The former LPL leader takes a spot vacated by Larry Roth at RCS Capital that involves selling to advisors

Thursday 9.25.14
Bill Morrissey epitomizes LPL's ability to grow rapidly.

What Derek Bruton's replacement may say about the departure that still has people shocked
Bill Morrissey is known to grind out quantifiable results

Monday 4.14.14
Derek Bruton: It allowed me to step back and look at all I had accomplished to date and where I wanted to go from here.  In the short term, I will be taking some time to prioritize and recharge.

What is the story with Derek Bruton's sudden LPL departure?
The powerful veteran seemed to be in the prime of his career and rising with a long track record of goodwill

Sunday 4.6.14
Bill Dwyer plans to again work for a company that has the same sense of mission and vision that LPL has had over the years.

Bill Dwyer tells RIAs to advise more -- albeit with heavy use of products -- and tips his hand about his for-profit future
In Philly, the former LPL super-exec talks a very RIA game but seems to hint at FINRA-as-king and getting advisors out of investment advice

Thursday 4.25.13
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
John Waldron: We know that LPL is putting things in place so that it can focus on the ultrahigh-net worth market, but we wanted to be with partners who already have those services in place.

$1.2 billion RIA breaks it off with LPL as new beaux Fidelity and Pershing vie ardently for favor
Seeking support for its superrich clients, Waldron Wealth lets the big IBD down easy, retaining its subsidiary, Fortigent

Wednesday 11.7.12
Derek Bruton (l.) and his colleagues (Andy Kalbaugh on r.) have implemented home office “Private Briefings” focusing on clients with over $10 million in investable assets.

LPL kicks off FOCUS 2012 talking about service for UHNW investors
The big broker-dealer also talks about big 401(k) plans and offers a couple of details about Fortigent

Wednesday 8.22.12
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
Bill Dwyer gave a high-energy speech predicting 500% asset growth among independents as 401(k)s roll over.

What went down at Barron's Top Independent Advisors Summit in the Arizona desert
Many of the biggest and best RIA stars showed up and put Bernie Clark, Mike Durbin, Tom Nally, Mark Tibergien, Bill Dwyer, Charles Goldman and Barnaby Grist in one room

Monday 3.26.12
Dan Arnold impressed his bosses with his recent performance.

LPL Financial names a strategy czar
The big IBD puts Dan Arnold into the newly created position

Tuesday 10.4.11
Mark Casady and other LPL execs were front and center at the exhibit hall available to talk to advisors.

Six important things I learned about LPL at its focus11 conference in Chicago
Amid market madness, LPL announced that it had a rollover plan, gave its blessing to advisors starting their own RIAs and much more.

Wednesday 8.10.11
LPL has taken over McCormick Place in Chicago

LPL keeps advisors abreast of careening markets at focus11 conference
Responding to a crisis situation, LPL adds computers, televisions and market updates to the mix

Tuesday 8.9.11
Bill Dwyer: We decided you were right.

What's behind LPL's decision to slash its ticket charges for advisors
The IBD is in a generous mood as it also pays dues to FSI on behalf of thousands

Tuesday 8.9.11
Bill Dwyer: One of the reasons we’ve had this growth is that we’re a melting pot of advisors from different channels.

What LPL's Bill Dwyer had to say about recruitment, and pressure from custodians
All eyes are on the biggest IBD -- which can be a good or bad thing for it

Wednesday 2.2.11

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