Best place to work - the 32 qualifiers

Best Place To Work

The following top 32 firms will face off in 8 groups of four, with the top 2 from each group going through to the next round.

1. Baird

2. Jefferies

3. Morgan Stanley

4. Bank of America / Bank of America Merrill Lynch

5. UBS

6. RBC / RBC Capital Markets

7. Houlihan Lokey

8. Societe Generale

9. Goldman Sachs

10. Schroders

11. State Street

12. Citi

13. Nomura

14. Northern Trust

15. Bank of Montreal / BMO Capital Markets

16. RBS

17. Man Group

18. Aberdeen Asset Management

19. Wells Fargo

20. BNP Paribas

21. Standard Chartered

22. JPM Chase / JPMorgan

23. Credit Suisse

24. BlackRock

25. Barclays

26. Macquarie

27. Daiwa Securities

28. HSBC

29. Cantor Fitzgerald / BGC Partners

30. BNY Mellon

31. Guggenheim Partners

32. Moelis & Co

The next round will take place after the Easter break.

 

 

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