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Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Five Fund Firms Win As Great Fin Services Place to Work In 2022

News summary by MFWire's editors

Five firms in the mutual fund and ETF business are among the best big employers in financial services insurance in the U.S., according to the folks at a business magazine and a workplace culture specialist.

Michael Scott "Mike" Spangler
Nationwide Financial / Nationwide Funds
Senior Vice President, Head of the Investment Management Group / President
Yesterday, the teams at Great Place to Work and Fortune unveiled their 2022 Best Workplaces By Industry lists across nine broad industries. Those lists include the 50 Best Large Workplaces in Financial Services and Insurance for 2022 and the 50 Best Small and Medium Workplaces in Financial Services and Insurance for 2022. The Great Place to Work team has been gathering the data for 25 years, and this year's financial services & insurance lists are based on confidential survey responses from more than 176,000 employees from Great Place to Work-certified companies. (Certification involves conducting an employee experience survey and filling out a company culture and workforce questionnaire.)

In the mutual fund business, companies on the 2022 list (for large financial services and insurance companies) include: Nationwide at rank 6, Baird at 8, Edward Jones (parent of Bridge Builder Funds) at 11, Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America (parent of Allianz Investment Management) at 17, and Voya at 48. (Nationwide, Baird, and Edward Jones all landed on a similar, broader, Great Place to Work/Fortune any-industry list released back in April.)

According to the Great Place to Work team, companies on the list "are building and sustaining positive employee experiences by focusing on purpose, pay and putting employees' lives first." 

Edited by: Neil Anderson, Managing Editor

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