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National Financial Partners weighs selling itself

National Financial Partners CEO Jessica Bibliowicz and her father, Sandy Weill, in 2003. (AP photo/Richard Drew)
National Financial Partners CEO Jessica Bibliowicz and her father, Sandy Weill, in 2003. (AP photo/Richard Drew)

NEW YORK (AP) — Shares of National Financial Partners Corp. jumped Wednesday after the company, which provides wealth management services, said it is considering selling itself.

The New York firm is led by Jessica Bibliowicz, the daughter of former Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill.

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