Cetera has added over 1,000 registered representatives year-to-date and reached a record $19.1bn in newly recruited assets under administration.
A good portion of those advisers, more than 400, come from Cetera's acquisition earlier this year of certain assets of Foresters Financial's US broker-dealer and advisory business.
Adam Antoniades, president of Cetera, said: "We understand that there is no one-size-fits-all model of affiliation, and remain committed to supporting advisers through whichever means of affiliation they choose. It is our mission to provide advisors with the tools necessary to grow their business while allowing them to focus more of their time working with their clients.
We understand that there is no one-size-fits-all model of affiliation, and remain committed to supporting advisers through whichever means of affiliation they choose"
He added that Cetera had recruited about 275 traditional, wealth management advisers through July, or advisers who add revenue and ramp up production quickly.
The company continues to deliver on its growth strategy both organically and through acquisitions in addition to making investments in programs like AdviceWorks, SetIncome1 and Advice Pay.