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LPL Financial Continues to Attract High-Producing Advisors

SAN DIEGO, Nov. 04, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Leading retail investment advisory firm and independent broker/dealer LPL Financial LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of LPL Financial Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:LPLA), today provided an update on financial advisors who chose to affiliate with the firm in the third quarter of 2015.

Select new advisors, their approximate respective assets served** as of a recent date prior to joining LPL and their (former firm) include:

$100M+

  • Jeffrey Alexander, Newport, R.I. (CCO Investment Services)
  • Robert Bradford, Houston (Lucia Securities)
  • Jeffrey Brown, San Diego (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Ernest Carrera, Tampa, Fla. (JHS Capital Advisors)
  • Christopher Clifford and Ryan Rech, Jacksonville, Fla. (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • John Cordeiro, Napa, Calif. (Waddell & Reed)
  • John Cortale, Washington, D.C. (JHS Capital Advisors)
  • Vondal Davidson, Dyersburg, Tenn. (Edward Jones)
  • Timothy Forsman, St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. (JHS Capital Advisors)
  • Michael Greben, Owings Mills, Md. (J.P. Turner & Co.)
  • Melanie Housden, Hamilton, Texas (Edward Jones)
  • Clay Kearney and Roy Spinks, Metairie, La. (Capital One Financial Advisors)
  • Donald Link, Florham Park, N.J. (Fidelity Brokerage)
  • Shawn McCombs, Springfield, Ohio (Huntington Investments)
  • Joel Palatnik, Plantation, Fla. (Raymond James)
  • Matthew Riesenweber, Kennewick, Wash. (Waddell & Reed)
  • Ronnie Rushing and Bradley Scott, Mansfield, Texas (Southwest Securities)
  • John Sloop Jr. and John Black, Rock Hill, S.C. (Cetera Advisor Networks)
  • Marc Specht, New York City (Ameriprise Financial Services)
  • Peter Weil, St. Petersburg, Fla. (RBC Cap Markets Corp.)

$50M-$99M

  • David Brown, Houston (J.P. Morgan Securities)
  • David Choi, Irvine, Calif. (Wescom Financial Services)
  • Christopher Coffin, Mandeville, La. (J.P. Morgan Securities)
  • Kirk Feret, Paramus, N.J. (J.P. Morgan Securities)
  • Susan Gehl, Grand Blanc, Mich. (J.P. Morgan Securities)
  • Steven Glasberg and Michael Dalea, Westlake Village, Calif. (D.A. Davidson & Co.)
  • William Giles and David McPhail, Oxford, Miss. (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Jose Hauad, Skokie, Ill. (Merrill Lynch)
  • Donald Heitz, Fort Walton Beach, Fla. (First Command Financial)
  • Gary Hensley, Sandy, Utah (Securities Service Network)
  • Brian Hill, Carnegie, Pa. (WesBanco Securities)
  • Shane Hill, Idaho Falls, Idaho (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Linda Horn-Grubbs and Robert Horn, Harrison, Ohio (Money Concepts Capital Corp.)
  • Marcus Jasso, Houston (J.P. Morgan Securities)
  • Dennis Marshall and Kristin Schoenfelder, Littleton, Colo. (Royal Alliance Associates Inc.)
  • Robert Martin, Columbus, Ohio (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Regina McCann Hess, Wayne, Pa. (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Michael McDonald, Portland, Ore. (US Bancorp Investments LLC)
  • Courtney McHarg, Sacramento, Calif. (Ameriprise Financial Services)
  • Charles Miller, Knoxville, Tenn. (CoreCap Investments)
  • Jessyca Miller, Fort Worth, Texas (BBVA Compass Investment Solutions)
  • Marcus Moore, Southlake, Texas (UBS Financial Services Inc.)
  • Neel Patel, Los Gatos, Calif. (Merrill Lynch)
  • Paul Pignone, Salem, N.H. (Fidelity Brokerage)
  • Dominick Ruiz, Los Gatos, Calif. (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Robert Rule, San Francisco (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Todd Shimstock, Macomb Township, Mich. (J.P. Morgan Securities)
  • Daniel Torreblanca, San Diego (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Lisa Seran, Napa, Calif. (Cetera Advisors LLC)
  • Barbara Steveson, San Luis Obispo, Calif. (Blakeslee & Blakeslee)
  • James Wilterdink, West Des Moines, Iowa (Wells Fargo Advisors)

$30M-$49M

  • Dennis Bell, Cupertino, Calif. (Etrade Securities)
  • Edward Carlton, Summerville, S.C. (Wells Fargo Advisors)
  • Frederic Claghorn, Mount Pleasant, S.C. (Proequities Inc.)
  • Joseph Combest, Duncan, Okla. (TD Ameritrade)
  • Brad Dean, Willis, Texas (J.P. Morgan Securities)
  • Matthew Fountain, Sarasota, Fla. (Ameriprise Financial Services)
  • Michael Gheen, Cleveland, Ohio (The Huntington Investment Co.)
  • Charles Hickmore, Las Vegas (Charles Schwab & Co.)
  • Michael Jennings, Macomb Township, Mich. (CCO Investment Services)
  • Ryan Kelly, Roseville, Calif. (First Brokerage America)
  • Anita Landwehr, Austin, Texas (Edward Jones)
  • James Lewis, Indianapolis (J.P. Morgan Securities)
  • Paul Loyacono Jr., Ridgeland, Miss. (Stephens Inc.)
  • John McCoy, Annapolis, Md. (TIAA-CREF Individual)
  • Edward Morrissey, Wexford, Pa. (Waddell & Reed)
  • Alan Nadolna, Kenilworth, Ill. (Correll Co. Investment Services)
  • Marshall Rains, Marion, Ark. (Edward Jones)
  • Jason Zamora, Boerne, Texas (Next Financial Group)

“LPL continues to be a destination of choice for independent advisors,” said Steve Pirigyi, executive vice president of business development, LPL Financial. “Just as we have seen throughout 2015, this quarter we continued to attract high-producing advisors who manage sizable books of business. And while we have welcomed advisors from all channels, we see our success in recruiting out of the independent channel as further affirmation of our leadership position in the market place. Advisors recognize the value of affiliation with LPL to be able to provide objective advice to their clients and have the support of our innovative tools and resources.”

**Each individual advisor asset number was reported by the advisor based on prior business and has not been independently and fully verified by LPL Financial.

The information in this press release is not intended to update or change any of the information, including information about recruiting results, previously publicly disclosed by LPL Financial.

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About LPL Financial

LPL Financial, a wholly owned subsidiary of LPL Financial Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:LPLA), is a leader in the retail financial advice market and currently serves $462 billion in advisory and brokerage assets. LPL is one of the fastest growing RIA custodians and is the nation's largest independent broker-dealer (based on total revenues, Financial Planning magazine June 1996-2015). The Company provides proprietary technology, comprehensive clearing and compliance services, practice management programs and training, and independent research to more than 14,000 independent financial advisors and over 700 banks and credit unions, enabling them to help their clients turn life's aspirations into financial realities. Advisors associated with LPL also service an estimated 40,000 retirement plans with an estimated $115 billion in retirement plan assets, as of September 30, 2015. LPL also supports approximately 4,300 financial advisors licensed and affiliated with insurance companies with customized clearing, advisory platforms, and technology solutions. LPL Financial and its affiliates have 3,413 employees with primary offices in Boston, Charlotte, and San Diego. For more information, please visit www.lpl.com.

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