The top 64 firms - 2015 Best Place to Work league table

Best Place To Work

Here's the full list of the top 64 firms in HITC's 2015 Best Place to Work in the financial markets poll.

Financial markets professionals voted over a period of weeks for their favourite firm (voting criteria detailed below).

1. Jefferies

2. Baird

3. Cantor Fitzgerald / BGC Partners

4. The Royal Bank of Scotland

5. UBS

6. Aberdeen Asset Management

7. RBC / RBC Capital Markets

8. State Street

9. Societe Generale

10. BNP Paribas

11. Goldman Sachs

12. Houlihan Lokey

13. Morgan Stanley

14. Citigroup

15. BNY Mellon

16. Bank of Montreal / BMO Capital Markets

17. Nomura

18. Macquaire

19. Barclays

20. Standard Chartered

21. Daiwa Securities

22. Bank of America / Bank of America Merrill Lynch

23. BlackRock

24. Schroders

25. Northern Trust

26. Wells Fargo

27. JPMorgan / JP Morgan Chase

28. Guggenheim Partners

29. HSBC

30. Moelis & Co

31. Credit Suisse

32. Man Group

33. Henderson Global Investors

34. Investec

35. TD Bank Group / TD Securities

36. ICAP

37. Julius Baer

38. Standard Bank

39. Deutsche Bank

40. Rabobank

41. Santander

42. ABN AMRO

43. AllianceBernstein

44. Legg Mason

45. Lazard

46. ING Groep

47. Evercore

48. Brown Brothers Harriman

49. Rothschild

50. Neuberger Berman

51. Lloyds Banking Group

52. CIBC

53. Mitsubishi UFJ Securities

54. VTB Capital

55. F & C Management

56. Threadneedle Investments

57. M & G Asset Management

58. Renaissance Group

59. PIMCO

60. Commerzbank

61. Panmure Gordon

62. UniCredit

63. Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp.

64. ANZ Banking

 The voting criteria:

- Does your firm strike the right balance between the needs of its stakeholders (employees, shareholders and clients) ?

- Have the right strategy for the organisation to thrive in the post-financial crisis / increased regulation world ?

- Possess line managers who are switched-on, approachable and clued in to the organisational goals of the firm ?

- Is your firm committed to diversity, rigorous and efficient in the way staff are recruited, professional when employees need to be laid-off, and truly interested in the personal career development and general well-being of employees ?

- Does your executive team lead by example ? Are they effective communicators ? Do they inspire you to work harder ?

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