Pensions & Investments' editors are searching for the Best Places to Work in Money Management.
Results will be published in the Dec. 9 issue of P&I. The issue will feature profiles and photos of the firms that make the list, with additional stories and graphics online.
Registration for this second annual editorial special project opened April 15. Registration ends May 17.
Rankings of firms that register are based on their responses to employer and employee questionnaires. P&I has partnered with Buck Consultants LLC's global survey unit to collect and mine the data.
Money managers nominate themselves. The sole prerequisite is having a minimum of 20 U.S. employees.
Register at pionline.com/bptw2013. That web page also contains a link to the employee questionnaire and answers frequently asked questions.
P&I's editors believe in emphasizing the importance of human capital — and not just investment performance. A company listed among the Best Places to Work in Money Management can use that honor to better retain and attract employees, and to show clients and prospective clients what sets the firm apart.
Only the top-ranked firms will be listed.
Fifteen money managers spread across three size categories earned the distinction in 2012, the inaugural year of Best Places to Work in Money Management. The three firms that ranked first were The Principal Financial Group, more than 1,000 employees; Hamilton Lane Advisors, 100-1,000 employees; and Baird Asset Management, fewer than 100 employees.
The number of firms and categories in the 2013 rankings will be determined once the survey results are complete.
For additional information or questions, please contact Nancy Webman, editor, at 312-649-5284 or [email protected].