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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

These Fund Firms and B-Ds Are Seen as Great Employers

News summary by MFWire's editors

A host of big mutual fund firms, broker-dealers, and parents of such companies have reason to celebrate and thank their employees this month. The folks at USAA, in particular, must be smiling.

USAA, a military-focused insurer and financial services company that also has a mutual fund business, ranks fifth on Forbes' new "America's Best Employers" list. The list, released on May 9, includes 500 large employers (with 5,000 or more employees each) and builds on data from Statista's survey of 30,000 workers (who were asked how likely they would be to recommend their employer and how likely they would be to recommend other employers).

Other familiar names on the list include: Vanguard at #44; John Hancock at #67, Fidelity at #89, Carillon Tower Advisers parent Raymond James at #142, Northern Trust at #219, Allianz at #247, Charles Schwab at #294, PGIM parent Prudential at #313, Edward Jones at #344, Principal at #355, American Funds parent Capital Group at #356, MainStay parent New York Life at #364, Nuveen parent TIAA at #390, Nationwide at #456, and OppenheimerFunds parent MassMutual at #473.

Forbes also released its "America's Best Midsize Employers" list of 300 companies (with between 1,000 and 5,000 employees each). Asset management and B-D names on that list include: E-Trade at #53, T. Rowe Price at #70, Stifel at #167, Gerstein Fisher parent People's United Financial at #178, Frost Bank at #204, LPL at #205, Oppenheimer & Co at #249, Scottrade at #254, and Thrivent at #280

Edited by: Neil Anderson, Managing Editor

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