LPL Bolsters Licensed Branch Employee Platform

May 2013
Bank Investment Consultant;May2013, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p11
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a program related to the licensed branch employees (LBEs) started by LPL Financial Corp., a firm that provides financial guidance and advice. It informs that LBEs will be provided training and education under the program. According to Rob Comfort, an executive vice president of business consulting in the firm, the program has been started specifically for bank and credit union employees.


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