Advisers on the Move

Team managing $180 million switches from LPL to Commonwealth

Three-adviser TL Financial Group is based in Southgate, Mich.

May 15, 2018 @ 5:47 pm

By InvestmentNews

TL Financial Group, which manages $180 million in assets, has changed affiliation from LPL Financial to Commonwealth Financial Network.

The hybrid advisory firm, based in Southgate, Mich., is headed by Tony LaJeunesse and includes advisers Michelle LaFuente and Erin Wozniak.

Mr. LaJeunesse began his securities career in 2002 at SunAmerica Securities and worked at two firms before affiliating with LPL in 2012.

Ms. LaFuente, who began her career at National Planning in 2011, joined Mr. LaJeunesse at LPL in 2012. Ms. Wozniak also began her career at National Planning, in 2012, and moved with the team to LPL in 2012.


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