Schwab Reports First Quarter Results

Net New Assets Total $43.4 billion, Highest First Quarter Core Flows Since 2000

Revenues Rise 8% From a Year Ago

Monday, April 15, 2013 5:45 am PDT

Dateline:

SAN FRANCISCO

Public Company Information:

NYSE:
SCHW
"Already in 2013 we’ve made significant progress on our key initiatives, which reflect our focus on delivering improved service, value and convenience for clients"

SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Charles Schwab Corporation announced today that its net income was $206 million for the first quarter of 2013, down 2% from $211 million for the fourth quarter of 2012, and up 6% from $195 million for the year-earlier quarter. These results are consistent with the outlook expressed in the company’s press release dated March 14, 2013.

  Three Months Ended  
--March 31,-- %
Financial Highlights     2013       2012     Change
 
Net revenues (in millions) $ 1,290   $ 1,189 8 %
Net income (in millions) $ 206 $ 195 6 %
Diluted earnings per common share $ .15 $ .15
Pre-tax profit margin 25.7 % 26.3 %
Return on average common stockholders’ equity (annualized) 9 % 10 %
                     

CEO and President Walt Bettinger commented, “The investments we’ve made in our clients over the past several years are powering strong business momentum. During the first quarter we continued to win in the marketplace as we gathered $43.4 billion in net new assets, a 9% annualized organic growth rate, and 244,000 new brokerage accounts, up 2% year-over-year. We also had $4.7 billion in net new enrollments in our retail advisory offers, up more than 70% year-over-year, as clients look to Schwab for help navigating opportunities in the market. Client assets enrolled in advisory offers totaled $135.9 billion at month-end March, including $15.6 billion managed in our Windhaven® portfolios, up 15% and 51%, respectively, from a year ago. We ended the quarter with a record $2.08 trillion in total client assets, up 14%, and our client base grew to 8.9 million active brokerage accounts, 888,000 banking accounts and 1.6 million corporate retirement plan participants, up 3%, 11% and 4%, respectively.”

“Already in 2013 we’ve made significant progress on our key initiatives, which reflect our focus on delivering improved service, value and convenience for clients,” Mr. Bettinger continued. “During the first quarter, we launched Schwab ETF OneSource™, providing clients with commission-free access to 105 ETFs from Schwab and 5 other leading providers. Our 15 proprietary ETFs, which are part of Schwab ETF OneSource, reached $10.9 billion at quarter-end, up 65% year-over-year. First mortgage loans originated through our improved lending program totaled $2.0 billion during the quarter, more than double the volume in last year’s first quarter. We also added to our mobile and tablet capabilities by launching the Schwab Advisor Center™ app for Android devices. Schwab’s mobile and tablet solutions are already in use by hundreds of advisors and over 560,000 individual clients.”

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Core net new assets is defined as net new assets before significant one-time flows, such as acquisitions/divestitures or extraordinary mutual fund clearing transfers. There were no such adjustments in the first quarter of 2013.

Mr. Bettinger added, “We believe Schwab’s commitment to innovating the investing experience on behalf of clients is important to building long-term stockholder value. Our business momentum enabled the company to produce sequential improvement in all three of its main revenue sources in the first quarter, and to achieve 8% overall revenue growth versus a year ago, even as current environmental factors such as low rates and relatively muted trading activity continued to weigh on our results. While our emphasis on client investments in recent years has limited our near-term earnings expansion, we are aiming for increased operating leverage during the balance of 2013 and into 2014, as those investments yield solid client metrics and we begin to moderate the pace of expense growth.”

CFO Joe Martinetto noted, “Our earnings picture for 2013 hasn’t changed – the temporary and seasonal factors elevating our first quarter compensation and benefits expense will fade and we are taking action to address the evolving revenue outlook for the year. Right now, that outlook includes balance and spread-related revenues that are mostly in line with our expectations and trading activity that remains more muted than planned.”

Mr. Martinetto continued, “As previously disclosed, our first quarter expenses included a total of approximately $30 million pre-tax relating to overlapping field incentive payout schedules; increased and accelerated health savings account contributions; and revised equity incentive award vesting for retirement-eligible employees. With these impacts largely behind us, as well as certain payroll taxes reaching their caps and a heightened focus on staffing levels, we expect comp and benefits will decline by approximately $50 million sequentially in the second quarter, and show only limited growth in the second half of the year. In addition to careful headcount management, we are also adjusting our planned spending for projects and marketing so that targeted expense growth slows but continues to allow for both increased investment in our clients and improvement in profit-margin and earnings for 2013.”

Mr. Martinetto concluded, “Overall, we believe our diversified revenue streams and ongoing expense discipline will help us achieve at least a 30% pre-tax profit margin and earnings per share in the mid-$0.70’s for full-year 2013, consistent with the baseline scenario we described during our Winter Business Update on February 7. With solid profitability and a healthy balance sheet that includes nearly $10 billion of stockholders’ equity, we remain well positioned to support our growing businesses.”

Business highlights for the first quarter (data as of quarter-end unless otherwise noted):

Investor Services

  • Net new retail accounts for the quarter totaled approximately 36,000, up from 14,000 a year ago. Total retail accounts reached 6.1 million as of March 31, 2013, up 2% year-over-year.
  • Lowered and simplified the commission structure to $3.50 per contract for futures and futures options traded through optionsXpress.

Advisor Services

  • Launched the Schwab Advisor Center™ application for Android™, enabling advisors to view key client data such as balances, positions and transactions while away from the office.

Products and Infrastructure

  • For Charles Schwab Bank:
    • Balance sheet assets = $89.0 billion, up 31% year-over-year.
    • Outstanding mortgage and home equity loans = $10.3 billion, up 14% year-over-year.
    • First mortgage originations through its loan program during the quarter = $2.0 billion.
    • Delinquency, nonaccrual, and loss reserve ratios for Schwab Bank’s loan portfolio = 0.55%, 0.37% and 0.52%, respectively, at month-end March.
  • Schwab Bank High Yield Investor Checking® accounts = 692,000, with $11.8 billion in balances.
  • Client assets managed by Windhaven® totaled $15.6 billion, up 15% from year-end 2012.
  • Total assets under management in Schwab ETFs™ = $10.9 billion. Total assets in Schwab Managed Portfolios-ETFs = $2.6 billion.
  • Launched Schwab ETF OneSource™, a platform that enables clients to trade 105 ETFs from 6 fund families, including Schwab, with $0 online trade commissions.
  • Launched the Schwab Retirement Income Variable Annuity™, providing investors an easy-to-understand, low-cost retirement funding option that can generate guaranteed income for life.
  • Expanded the lineup of target date funds for retail and retirement plan clients to include Schwab Target Funds for the years 2045, 2050, and 2055, as well as two additional collective trust funds.

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Forward Looking Statements

This press release contains forward looking statements relating to the company’s operating leverage, client metrics, expense growth, earnings, compensation and benefits expense, revenue, trading activity, headcount management, spending for projects and marketing, investment in clients and profit margin. Achievement of these expectations is subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from the expressed expectations. Important factors that may cause such differences include, but are not limited to, general market conditions, including the level of interest rates, equity valuations and trading activity; the company’s ability to attract and retain clients and grow client assets/relationships; competitive pressures on rates and fees; the level of client assets, including cash balances; the company’s ability to monetize client assets; the company’s ability to develop and launch new products, services and capabilities in a timely and successful manner; capital needs and management; the company’s ability to manage expenses; the actual level of field sales activity and related incentive compensation; regulatory guidance; acquisition integration costs; net interest margin; the impact of changes in market conditions on money market fund fee waivers, revenues, expenses and pre-tax margins; the effect of adverse developments in litigation or regulatory matters and the extent of any charges associated with legal matters; any adverse impact of financial reform legislation and related regulations; and other factors set forth in the company’s Form 10-K for the period ended December 31, 2012.

About Charles Schwab

The Charles Schwab Corporation (NYSE: SCHW) is a leading provider of financial services, with more than 300 offices and 8.9 million active brokerage accounts, 1.6 million corporate retirement plan participants, 888,000 banking accounts, and $2.08 trillion in client assets as of March 31, 2013. Through its operating subsidiaries, the company provides a full range of securities brokerage, banking, money management and financial advisory services to individual investors and independent investment advisors. Its broker-dealer subsidiary, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. (member SIPC, www.sipc.org), and affiliates offer a complete range of investment services and products including an extensive selection of mutual funds; financial planning and investment advice; retirement plan and equity compensation plan services; referrals to independent fee-based investment advisors; and custodial, operational and trading support for independent, fee-based investment advisors through Schwab Advisor Services. Its banking subsidiary, Charles Schwab Bank (member FDIC and an Equal Housing Lender), provides banking and lending services and products. More information is available at www.schwab.com and www.aboutschwab.com.

 
THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION
Consolidated Statements of Income
(In millions, except per share amounts)
(Unaudited)
           
    Three Months Ended
March 31,
      2013   2012
 
Net Revenues
Asset management and administration fees $ 552 $ 484
 
Interest revenue 497 472
Interest expense   (28 )   (38 )
Net interest revenue 469 434
 
Trading revenue 223 243
Other 56 46
Provision for loan losses (6 ) -
Net impairment losses on securities (1) (4 ) (18 )
           
Total net revenues       1,290       1,189  
 
Expenses Excluding Interest
Compensation and benefits 536 465
Professional services 99 96
Occupancy and equipment 77 76
Advertising and market development 74 67
Communications 54 58
Depreciation and amortization 51 48
Other       68       66  
Total expenses excluding interest       959       876  
 
Income before taxes on income 331 313
Taxes on income       125       118  
 
Net Income       206       195  
 
Preferred stock dividends       8       -  
 
Net Income Available to Common Stockholders     $ 198     $ 195  
 
Weighted-Average Common Shares Outstanding — Diluted       1,282       1,273  
 
Earnings Per Common Share — Basic $ .15 $ .15
 
Earnings Per Common Share — Diluted     $ .15     $ .15  
(1)   Net impairment losses on securities include total other-than-temporary impairment losses of $0 million and $2 million, net of $(4) million and $(16) million reclassified from other comprehensive income, for the three months ended March 31, 2013 and 2012, respectively.
 
See Note to Consolidated Statements of Income, Financial and Operating Highlights, and Net Interest Revenue Information.
 
THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION
Financial and Operating Highlights
(Unaudited)
                 
 

Q1-13 % change

2013 2012
vs.   vs. First Fourth Third Second First
(In millions, except per share amounts and as noted) Q1-12 Q4-12 Quarter   Quarter   Quarter   Quarter   Quarter
Net Revenues
Asset management and administration fees 14 % 2 % $ 552 $ 539 $ 524 $ 496 $ 484
Net interest revenue 8 % 8 % 469 433 439 458 434
Trading revenue (8 %) 10 % 223 202 204 219 243
Other (1) 22 % 19 % 56 47 42 121 46
Provision for loan losses N/M 200 % (6 ) (2 ) (10 ) (4 ) -
Net impairment losses on securities (78 %) -   (4 )     (4 )     (3 )     (7 )     (18 )
Total net revenues 8 % 6 %   1,290       1,215       1,196       1,283       1,189  
Expenses Excluding Interest
Compensation and benefits 15 % 19 % 536 450 442 446 465
Professional services 3 % (2 %) 99 101 98 93 96
Occupancy and equipment 1 % (1 %) 77 78 77 80 76
Advertising and market development 10 % 9 % 74 68 49 57 67
Communications (7 %) - 54 54 53 55 58
Depreciation and amortization 6 % 2 % 51 50 50 48 48
Other 3 % (3 %)   68       70       66       72       66  
Total expenses excluding interest 9 % 10 %   959       871       835       851       876  
Income before taxes on income 6 % (4 %) 331 344 361 432 313
Taxes on income (2) 6 % (6 %)   125       133       114       157       118  
Net Income 6 % (2 %) $ 206     $ 211     $ 247     $ 275     $ 195  
Preferred stock dividends N/M (64 %)   8       22       9       14       -  
Net Income Available to Common Stockholders 2 % 5 % $ 198     $ 189     $ 238     $ 261     $ 195  
Basic earnings per common share - - $ .15 $ .15 $ .19 $ .20 $ .15
Diluted earnings per common share - - $ .15 $ .15 $ .19 $ .20 $ .15
Dividends declared per common share - - $ .06 $ .06 $ .06 $ .06 $ .06
Weighted-average common shares outstanding - diluted 1 % -   1,282       1,278       1,275       1,274       1,273  
Performance Measures
Pre-tax profit margin 25.7 % 28.3 % 30.2 % 33.7 % 26.3 %
Return on average common stockholders’ equity (annualized) (3)   9 %     9 %     11 %     13 %     10 %
Financial Condition (at quarter end, in billions)
Cash and investments segregated - (6 %) $ 26.9 $ 28.5 $ 25.0 $ 22.7 $ 26.9
Receivables from brokerage clients 10 % (9 %) $ 12.3 $ 13.5 $ 11.9 $ 12.0 $ 11.2
Loans to banking clients 15 % 6 % $ 11.3 $ 10.7 $ 10.1 $ 9.8 $ 9.8
Total assets 19 % - $ 133.2 $ 133.6 $ 117.7 $ 111.8 $ 111.5
Deposits from banking clients 32 % 4 % $ 82.4 $ 79.4 $ 68.8 $ 66.3 $ 62.3
Payables to brokerage clients 1 % (9 %) $ 36.7 $ 40.3 $ 34.8 $ 31.8 $ 36.4
Long-term debt (20 %) - $ 1.6 $ 1.6 $ 1.8 $ 2.0 $ 2.0
Stockholders' equity (4) 18 % 2 % $ 9.8     $ 9.6     $ 9.5     $ 9.1     $ 8.3  
Other
Full-time equivalent employees (at quarter end, in thousands) - 1 % 14.0 13.8 13.6 13.7 14.0

Annualized net revenues per average full-time equivalent employee (in thousands)

9 % 4 % $ 369 $ 355 $ 352 $ 372 $ 340

Capital expenditures - cash purchases of equipment, office facilities, and property, net (in millions)

32 % 13 % $ 45     $ 40     $ 33     $ 31     $ 34  
Clients’ Daily Average Trades (in thousands)
Revenue trades (5) (6 %) 12 % 298.7 265.7 261.5 285.2 318.4
Asset-based trades (6) 20 % 8 % 64.5 59.6 45.2 50.6 53.7
Other trades (7) 30 % 9 %   135.7       124.7       95.7       99.8       104.1  
Total 5 % 11 %   498.9       450.0       402.4       435.6       476.2  
Average Revenue Per Revenue Trade (5) - (1 %) $ 12.34     $ 12.49     $ 12.44     $ 12.15     $ 12.35  
         
(1)   Includes a pre-tax gain of $70 million relating to a confidential resolution of a vendor dispute in the second quarter of 2012.
(2) Includes a non-recurring state tax benefit of $20 million in the third quarter of 2012.
(3) Return on average common stockholders' equity is calculated using net income available to common stockholders divided by average common stockholders' equity.
(4)

In the second quarter and first quarter of 2012, the Company issued non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock, Series B, for a total liquidation preference of $485 million and non-cumulative perpetual preferred stock, Series A, with a total liquidation preference of $400 million, respectively.

(5) Includes all client trades that generate either commission revenue or revenue from principal markups (i.e., fixed income); also known as DART.
(6) Includes eligible trades executed by clients who participate in one or more of the Company's asset-based pricing relationships.
(7) Includes all commission free trades, including Schwab Mutual Fund OneSource® funds and ETFs, and other proprietary products.
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See Note to Consolidated Statements of Income, Financial and Operating Highlights, and Net Interest Revenue Information.
 
THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION
Net Interest Revenue Information
(In millions)
(Unaudited)
       
Three Months Ended March 31,     2013     2012
  Interest   Average   Interest   Average
Average Revenue/ Yield/ Average Revenue/ Yield/
      Balance   Expense   Rate     Balance   Expense   Rate
 
Interest-earning assets:
Cash and cash equivalents $ 7,907 $ 5 0.26 % $ 6,246 $ 4 0.26 %
Cash and investments segregated 27,590 12 0.18 % 26,847 10 0.15 %
Broker-related receivables (1) 361 - 0.13 % 315 - 0.09 %
Receivables from brokerage clients 11,342 106 3.79 % 10,200 106 4.18 %
Securities available for sale (2) 46,908 138 1.19 % 36,197 145 1.61 %
Securities held to maturity 21,063 131 2.52 % 14,972 99 2.66 %
Loans to banking clients 11,091 80 2.93 % 9,864 79 3.22 %
Loans held for sale       -     -   -         53     1   4.15 %
Total interest-earning assets       126,262     472   1.52 %       104,694     444   1.71 %
Other interest revenue           25               28    
Total interest-earning assets     $ 126,262   $ 497   1.60 %     $ 104,694   $ 472   1.81 %
Funding sources:
Deposits from banking clients $ 80,341 $ 10 0.05 % $ 61,105 $ 10 0.07 %
Payables to brokerage clients 32,096 1 0.01 % 30,560 1 0.01 %
Long-term debt       1,632     17   4.22 %       2,001     27   5.43 %
Total interest-bearing liabilities       114,069     28   0.10 %       93,666     38   0.16 %
Non-interest-bearing funding sources       12,193               11,028        
Total funding sources     $ 126,262   $ 28   0.09 %     $ 104,694   $ 38   0.14 %
Net interest revenue         $ 469   1.51 %         $ 434   1.67 %
(1)   Interest revenue was less than $500,000 in the periods presented.
(2) Amounts have been calculated based on amortized cost.
 

See Note to Consolidated Statements of Income, Financial and Operating Highlights, and Net Interest Revenue Information.

Note to Consolidated Statements of Income, Financial and Operating Highlights,
and Net Interest Revenue Information
(Unaudited)
 
The Company

The consolidated statements of income, financial and operating highlights, and net interest revenue information include The Charles Schwab Corporation (CSC) and its majority-owned subsidiaries (collectively referred to as the Company), including Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. and Charles Schwab Bank. The consolidated statements of income, financial and operating highlights, and net interest revenue information should be read in conjunction with the consolidated financial statements and notes thereto included in the Company’s Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2012.

 
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THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION
Asset Management and Administration Fees Information
(In millions)
(Unaudited)
   
Three Months Ended March 31,   2013       2012
Average         Average    
Client Average Client Average
    Assets   Revenue   Fee     Assets   Revenue   Fee
 
Schwab money market funds before fee waivers $ 162,639 $ 230 0.57 % $ 156,614 $ 222 0.57 %
Fee waivers         (155 )               (163 )    
Schwab money market funds 162,639 75 0.19 % 156,614 59 0.15 %
Equity and bond funds (1) 55,540 35 0.26 % 45,630 32 0.28 %
Mutual Fund OneSource ®     234,959     184     0.32 %       215,350     166     0.31 %
Total mutual funds (2)   $ 453,138     294     0.26 %     $ 417,594     257     0.25 %
Advice solutions (2) $ 135,473 163 0.49 % $ 115,496 139 0.48 %
Other (3)         95                 88      
Total asset management and administration fees       $ 552               $ 484      
(1)   Includes Schwab ETFs.
(2)

Advice solutions include separately managed accounts, customized personal advice for tailored portfolios, and specialized planning and full-time portfolio management offered through the Company's Schwab Private Client, Schwab Managed Portfolio and Managed Account Select programs. Advice solutions also includes Schwab Advisor Network, Schwab Advisor Source, Windhaven, and ThomasPartners. Average client assets for advice solutions may also include the asset balances contained in the three categories of mutual funds listed above.

(3) Includes various asset based fees, such as trust fees, 401(k) record keeping fees, and mutual fund clearing and other service fees.
 
THE CHARLES SCHWAB CORPORATION
Growth in Client Assets and Accounts
(Unaudited)
             
 

Q1-13 % Change

2013 2012
vs.   vs. First Fourth Third Second First
(In billions, at quarter end, except as noted) Q1-12   Q4-12 Quarter   Quarter   Quarter   Quarter   Quarter
Assets in client accounts

Schwab One®, other cash equivalents and deposits from banking clients

21 % - $ 119.2 $ 119.0 $ 103.7 $ 98.2 $ 98.8
Proprietary funds (Schwab Funds® and Laudus Funds®):
Money market funds 3 % (5 %) 159.3 167.9 155.7 152.9 154.4
Equity and bond funds 23 % 14 %   56.3       49.6       48.4       45.3       45.8  
Total proprietary funds 8 % (1 %)   215.6       217.5       204.1       198.2       200.2  
Mutual Fund Marketplace® (1)
Mutual Fund OneSource® 9 % 7 % 238.8 223.2 222.1 211.2 219.5
Mutual fund clearing services 43 % 14 % 181.5 159.1 134.4 126.4 127.0
Other third-party mutual funds 16 % 8 %   388.4       360.1       350.0       328.7       334.1  
Total Mutual Fund Marketplace 19 % 9 %   808.7       742.4       706.5       666.3       680.6  
Total mutual fund assets 16 % 7 %   1,024.3       959.9       910.6       864.5       880.8  
Equity and other securities (1) 13 % 10 % 772.3 702.4 705.5 670.4 685.0
Fixed income securities 1 % (1 %) 180.5 181.8 181.8 180.5 179.4
Margin loans outstanding 9 % (1 %)   (11.4 )     (11.5 )     (11.2 )     (11.2 )     (10.5 )
Total client assets 14 % 7 % $ 2,084.9     $ 1,951.6     $ 1,890.4     $ 1,802.4     $ 1,833.5  
 
Client assets by business (2)
Investor Services 13 % 7 % $ 1,190.2 $ 1,112.1 $ 1,078.4 $ 1,027.7 $ 1,049.7
Advisor Services 14 % 7 %   894.7       839.5       812.0       774.7       783.8  
Total client assets by business 14 % 7 % $ 2,084.9     $ 1,951.6     $ 1,890.4     $ 1,802.4     $ 1,833.5  
 
Net growth in assets in client accounts (for the quarter ended)
Net new assets (2)
Investor Services (3) 9 % (30 %) $ 27.5 $ 39.1 $ 10.0 $ 5.4 $ 25.2
Advisor Services (4) 16 % (37 %)   15.9       25.3       10.4       10.6       13.7  
Total net new assets 12 % (33 %)   43.4       64.4       20.4       16.0       38.9  
Net market (losses) gains (23 %) N/M   89.9       (3.2 )     67.6       (47.1 )     116.9  
Net growth (decline) (14 %) 118 % $ 133.3     $ 61.2     $ 88.0     $ (31.1 )   $ 155.8  
 
New brokerage accounts (in thousands, for the quarter ended) 2 % 1 % 244 241 198 221 240
Clients (in thousands)
Active Brokerage Accounts (5) 3 % 1 % 8,865 8,787 8,736 8,720 8,639
Banking Accounts 11 % 3 % 888 865 844 822 801
Corporate Retirement Plan Participants 4 % -   1,575       1,571       1,547       1,524       1,516  
     
(1)   Excludes all proprietary money market, equity, and bond funds.
(2)

In the first quarter of 2013, the Company realigned its reportable segments as a result of organizational changes. The Institutional segment was renamed to Advisor Services. The Retirement Plan Services, Corporate Brokerage Retirement Products (formerly part of Retirement Business Services), and Corporate Brokerage Services business units were reallocated to the Investor Services segment. Prior period segment information has been recast to reflect this realignment.

(3)

Includes inflows of $10.3 billion from certain mutual fund clearing services clients in the first quarter of 2013. Includes inflows of $21.1 billion from certain mutual fund clearing services clients and outflows of $900 million related to a planned transfer from Corporate Brokerage Services in the fourth quarter of 2012. Includes outflows of approximately $100 million as a result of the sale of Open E Cry, LLC, in the third quarter of 2012. Includes inflows of $12.0 billion from a mutual fund clearing services client in the first quarter of 2012.

(4)

Includes inflows of approximately $900 million as a result of the acquisition of ThomasPartners, Inc., in the fourth quarter of 2012. Includes outflows of $1.2 billion as a result of the closure of brokersXpress LLC in the third quarter of 2012.

(5)

Removed approximately 30,000 due to escheatment and other factors in the fourth quarter of 2012. Reduced by 19,000 as a result of the sale of Open E Cry, LLC, and the closure of brokersXpress LLC in the third quarter of 2012.

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