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Dan Arnold: The advisor today spends roughly 35% to 40% of their time on prospecting for acquiring new assets or working with existing clients.

LPL gets the question from Wall Street analyst: How much more can you squeeze from your financial advisors?
The broker-dealer's CFO pointed to a 65% chunk of time not used to prospect or service clients

Tuesday 2.18.14
Dan Arnold: Now that our footprint's in place [we're] moving into the third phase of our strategy in 2013.

LPL to Wall Street types: We're in phase three
At a Merrill Lynch forum, the IBD's CFO explains that Phase I was the mass accumulation of advisors and Phase 2 was about RIA-ification

Monday 5.20.13
Jeffrey Concepcion: I'd tell you the biggest victory was the vindication and comments from former co-workers.

How Jeffrey Concepcion manned up after FINRA and Lincoln Financial troubles to become an LPL giant
In only four years, his OSJ RIA has $6.2 billion in advised assets and 130 advisors, thanks to a radical cold-calling plan and lower, yes lower, payouts than other OSJs

Tuesday 5.14.13
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
Dan Arnold: I'll reinforce there are no customer-facing roles [that will be cut].

LPL's RIA assets skyrocketed in 2012
Outsourcing is are still on the agenda though the CFO categorically denies advisor-facing jobs will be lost

Wednesday 2.6.13
Mark Casady: This is the first time we've ever lost a large client.

LPL loses a mega-client -- but not to a competitor
The big IBD also confirmed long-whispered rumors that it's begun to offshore some operations

Wednesday 10.31.12
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
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

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