LPL Financial's popular head of independent advisor services, Derek Bruton, is resigning "in light of the company’s concerns about Mr. Bruton's interactions with other employees," the country’s largest independent broker-dealer said Friday evening in a filing with the SEC.

“The resignation was not related to company performance,” said LPL spokeswoman Betsy Weinberger in a statement.

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