The Top 100 Financial Markets Firms 2011

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Our most popular annual 'Best Place To Work in the Financial Markets' poll ever has now concluded.

And staff in financial markets around the world have been voting to establish the top firms in terms of:

- Striking the right balance between the needs of their stakeholders (employees, shareholders and clients)

- Having the right strategy for the organisation to thrive in the post-financial crisis world

- Possessing  line managers who are switched-on, approachable and clued in to organisational goals

- Commitment to diversity, rigorous and efficient in the way staff are recruited, and truly interested in the personal career development and general well-being of employees.

And here are the top 100 firms (2010 positions in brackets)

1(1). Jefferies

2(28). Daiwa Securities

3(2). Mitsubishi UFJ Securities

4(30). Baird

5(3). Houlihan Lokey

6(38). BlackRock

7(10). Barclays / Barclays Capital

8(37). Credit Suisse

9(11). UBS

10(35). Standard Chartered Bank

11(5). Goldman Sachs

12(16). Royal Bank of Canada / RBC Capital Markets

13(8). JPMorgan / JPMorgan Chase

14(21). Citi

15(34). Wells Fargo

16(19). Morgan Stanley

17(22). The Royal Bank of Scotland

18(12). Legg Mason

19(14). M & G Investment Management

20(18). Quilter

21(17). TD Bank Financial Group

22(36). Cantor Fitzgerald / BGC Group

23(50) Macquarie

24(9). Bank of America / Bank of America Merrill Lynch

25(13). Aviva Investors

26(42). Northern Trust

27(26). BNP Paribas

28(-). Moelis & Co

29(32). HSBC

30(7). Nomura

31(60). Credit Agricole

32(93). Blackstone

33(24). Raymond James

34(41). Schroders

35(47). AllianceBernstein

36(6). Man Group

37(16). Aberdeen Asset Management

38(52). Commerzbank

39(40). Bank of New York Mellon

40(29). Societe Generale

41(4). Standard Bank

42(25). Scotia Capital

43(-). Bank of Montreal / BMO Capital Markets

44(39). State Street

45(97). Henderson Group

46(27). Threadneedle Investments

47(45). ICAP

48(55). Janus Capital Group

49(61). Rothschild

50(69). Oppenheimer & Co

51(-). Perella Weinberg Partners

52(71). Brown Brothers Harriman

53(31). ING Groep

54(43). Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi UFJ

55(49). Investec

56(66). Julius Baer

57(78). KKR

58(54). Lazard

59(76). Mizuho Financial Group

60(33). Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

61(79). Evercore Partners

62(56). Charles Schwab

63(-). Carlyle Group

64(62). Deutsche Bank

65(57). Fidelity

66(51). PIMCO

67(59). F & C Management

68(77). The London Stock Exchange

69(75). Santander

70(91). Collins Stewart

71(72). Fitch Ratings

72(96). Friedman, Billings, Ramsey Group

73(81). Rabobank

74(70). Edward Jones

75(-). Sandler O'Neill & Partners

76(-). Thomas Weisel Partners

77(74). Susquehanna International Group of Companies

78(-). Morgan Keegan & Co

79(94). National Australia Bank

80(-). Allen & Co

81(-). SAC Capital

82(-). Paulson & Co

83(92). The Financial Services Authority

84(95). Panmure Gordon

85(100). JP Turner

86(64). KBC Bank

87(83).Standard & Poor's

88(65). Natixis

89(53). SEB Group

90(-). Cowen Group

91(-). Stephens Inc.

92(-). Meredith Whitney Advisory Group

93(86). Moody's Investor Services

94(85). WestLB

95(-). SunTrust

96(-). Lloyds Banking Group

97(90). Numis Securities

98(-). Piper Jaffray

99(99). Australia New Zealand Banking Corporation

100(-). UniCredit

 

 

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