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LPL Financial

LPL Financial

NOTE: If you are contacting LPL Financial directly to initiate an investment purchase or sale, you may inadvertently trigger higher transaction fees on the trades requested when compared to submitting your trades to LPL Financial through your financial advisor.

Being independent does not mean that we are alone. Our firm has selected to affiliate with LPL Financial (NASDAQ: LPLA.) LPL Financial is one of the leading financial services companies in the nation and the largest independent broker/dealer1 (based on total revenue) and 5th largest1 (based on number of advisors), an RIA custodian, as well as the leading provider of third-party brokerage services to banks and credit unions.2

For more than four decades, LPL Financial has served independent financial advisors as their enabling partner, supporting them in their goals of protecting and growing their clients’ wealth. A chief objective of LPL Financial is to reduce the complexity of running a modern financial services practice so advisors can focus on what they do best… to help their clients attain their financial goals and fulfill their dreams.

Click Here for LPL Financial At-A-Glance.

Although our clients should never need to contact LPL Financial directly, there is a possibility that an “emergency” may arise where our clients may feel the need to contact LPL Financial directly (rather than through our offices) for service on their accounts.

The Client Service Line (800-558-7576) is a “client only” phone number which can provide you with direct access to the following LPL Financial departments:

Equity & Options Trading

Fixed Income Trading

Mutual Fund Trading

Client Service Center


Typical Client Service Center actions that can be accomplished by calling this phone number include:

  • Account Balance Inquiries
  • Change of Address Requests
  • LPL Account View Access Problems
  • Obtaining Copies of Monthly Statements
  • Sending Checks to the Address of Record

 

NOTE: If you are contacting LPL Financial directly to initiate an investment purchase or sale, you may inadvertently trigger higher transaction fees on the trades requested when compared to submitting your trades to LPL Financial through your financial advisor.

 

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1. As reported in Financial Planning magazine 1996-2017, based on total revenues.
2. 2015/2016 Kehner Bielan TPM Survey. Based on Financial Institution Market Share.