Best Places in Money Management

P&I wants to know if your firm really is a great place to work

Pensions & Investments is opening registration for its seventh-annual Best Places to Work in Money Management program, and has implemented several changes to speed up registration and make the data more valuable for participating employers.

Registration ends June 8.

A simple yet thorough two-step company assessment determines company rankings in the program, managed by P&I partner Best Companies Group, an independent research firm.

In the first part, employers complete a questionnaire; in part two, employees complete a survey.

One change implemented by Best Companies is one-third fewer questions in the employer survey. In the employee survey, Best Companies now also will ask for a respondent's birth year, which will allow it to categorize employee responses by generational groupings, such as baby boomers or millennials.

Results will be published online and in the Dec. 10 issue of P&I, and will include profiles and photos of top-ranked organizations.

Last year, the program recognized a record 61 firms.

To register, visit You'll also find sample surveys and answers to frequently asked questions there. Companies must have at least 20 U.S. employees and at least $100 million in assets under management or advisement to be considered.

Participation in the program is free. For a look at last year's winners, visit

If you'd like more information, contact Executive Editor Julie Tatge at 312-649-5442 or by email. To reach Best Companies Group, call 877-455-2159.​