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Former Lincoln Financial Advisor with $150 Million in Assets Joins LPL Financial

LPL Financial LLC, the nation’s largest independent broker-dealer, announced that financial advisor Digger Bujnoch and the team at Hoff Bujnoch & Associates has joined LPL Financial’s broker-dealer, registered investment advisor and custodial platforms.

Bujnoch reported having served approximately $150 million in advisory, brokerage and retirement plan assets, and joins LPL from Lincoln Financial Advisors.

Based in Newport, Kentucky, Bujnoch founded his own practice in 2010. In 2014, Bujnoch merged firms with 38-year industry veteran Joe Hoff. Together, the team grew their combined business and have earned a reputation as a firm that always goes the extra mile for its clients.

“We measure our success, not only by our clients’ financial accomplishments, but the quality of relationships we build over time,” Bujnoch said.

In recent years, Hoff has taken more of a consultative role while Bujnoch manages their client base of small business owners and individuals nearing, or in, retirement. Hoff Bujnoch & Associates also includes financial planner Eric Toepfer, planning assistants Laura Mahon and Mary Beth Macke and practice manager Amy Buelterman.

Bujnoch earned a degree in finance from The University of Cincinnati.

LPL Executive Vice President, Business Development Scott Posner said, “We extend a warm welcome to Digger and his team and share their commitment to provide elevated service and support to their clients. At LPL, we are committed to helping businesses like Hoff Bujnoch & Associates by investing in robust, integrated technology capabilities designed to help advisors provide clients with differentiated experiences. We look forward to supporting Digger and his team for years to come.”

LPL supports more than 21,000 financial advisors, 1,100 institution-based investment programs and 500 independent RIA firms nationwide.

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