Lincoln Financial Network
A subsidiary of Lincoln Financial Group
2005 Market St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Clearing firm: National Financial Services LLC, Pershing LLC
No. advisers: 8,935
Year founded: 1905
Year end: Dec. 31
Recruitment & Staffing
|No. of reps||8,935||8,885||8,523|
|No. of producing reps||8,935||8,885||8,523|
|No. of reps producing $100K-$499K /year||0||0||0|
|Total revenues: Other||$64,640,551||$59,540,297||$41,629,122|
|Total account assets||$28,582,000,000||$24,270,000,000||$22,339,163,980|
|Total account assets: Other||0||0||0|
|Average assets per rep||$3,198,881||$2,731,570||$2,621,045|
- N/A = Not available
- N/D = Not disclosed
- — = Information not available or not disclosed
All 2011-2016 recruitment and staffing data is as of Dec. 31 in the calendar year displayed. Prior year recruitment and staffing data is as of Sept. 30. All financial figures are for firms' year end, unless noted.
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