What's in store for independent broker-dealers in 2014

InvestmentNews senior columnist Bruce Kelly discusses whether these firms can continue their 2013 run

Apr 28, 2014 @ 11:43 am

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InvestmentNews' latest special report on independent broker-dealers breaks down which firms fared best financially in 2013. Here, senior columnist Bruce Kelly talks with series/features editor Christina Nelson about whether these firms can continue their double-digit growth in 2014 and if Nicholas Schorsh's RCS Capital Corp. will really catch up to LPL Financial.

InvestmentNews' latest special report on independent broker-dealers breaks down which firms fared best financially in 2013. Here, senior columnist Bruce Kelly talks with series/features editor Christina Nelson about whether these firms can continue their double-digit growth in 2014 and if Nicholas Schorsh's RCS Capital Corp. will really catch up to LPL Financial.

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