17 of the Best Employers For Women Fundsters
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17 of the Best Employers For Women Fundsters

At least 17 firms in the mutual fund business are among the 400 best places for women to work, at least among large employers in the U.S., according to a new list from the folks at a national business publication.

Abigail "Abby" Pierrepont Johnson
FMR (dba Fidelity Investments)
Chair, President, CEO
Last month, the Forbes team unveiled their 2022 list of America's Best Employers For Women. After an anonymous survey (powered by Statista) of 50,000 American workers (including 30,000 women) at businesses with at least 1,000 employees each, businesses were ranked on recommendations (from the survey) and gender-diversity (of board company boards and executive ranks).

In the asset management business, fund firms (or parents of fund firms) that landed on the new Forbes list include:

  • Fidelity Investments at rank 43;

  • New York Life at 57;

  • Edward Jones (parent of Bridge Builder) at 70;

  • Principal Financial Group at 160;

  • TIAA (parent of Nuveen) at 170;

  • T. Rowe Price at 190;

  • MassMutual at 213;

  • The Hartford at 223;

  • Charles Schwab at 309;

  • Raymond James Financial (parent of Carillon Tower Advisors, which is rebranding as Raymond James Investment Management) at 311;

  • Goldman Sachs at 314;

  • Vanguard at 320;

  • JPMorgan Chase at 321;

  • UBS at 343;

  • Capital Group (home of American Funds) at 361;

  • Prudential Financial (parent of PGIM) at 368; and

  • Nationwide at 397.

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