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How independent broker-dealers are utilizing technology today

A snapshot of the technological spending and usage in the IBD channel

Sep 16, 2015 @ 12:27 pm

By Ellie Zhu and InvestmentNews Data

The InvestmentNews Independent Broker-Dealer Technology Survey was conducted in August. 42 IBDs participated. Below is a snapshot of the technological spending and usage in the IBD channel. Visit InvestmentNews.com/bddata for complete profiles and financials of individual firms.

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