Satori Capital has its headquarters in Dallas.
AUM as of June 30: $1 billion
Years won: 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020
In their own words:
“Satori Capital is founded on the principles of conscious capitalism, a business approach that emphasizes creating extraordinary outcomes for all stakeholders. The firm views its team members as a crucial stakeholder group and works continually to sustain a world-class culture that helps employees thrive.”
3 cool things:
- Provides team members with chef-prepared meals as a health benefit and a convenience for those with busy schedules. During quarantine, Satori provided a week’s worth of fresh and healthy lunches to employees’ homes each Monday at no cost.
- Offers virtual sessions with a meditation specialist, and virtual group fitness classes and provides a wellness allowance of $1,000 annually per employee for gym memberships and health-related items and puts on fitness challenges for which Satori donates to the charity of the winner’s choice.
- Emphasizes giving back. On each team member’s birthday, Satori offers a $100 donation to the charity of the employee’s choice. The “Satori Serves” program also organizes regular charitable activities for team members, such as serving breakfast at the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas, sorting donations at the Tarrant Area Food Bank, and creating “blessing bags” filled with toiletries and non-perishable food items to benefit the homeless.
- “Leadership goes above and beyond to make it an environment where authenticity and collaboration are optimally tuned.”
- “Satori is never satisfied with the status quo or ‘good enough.’ We have a culture of constant improvement in every aspect of our work: investment returns, work-life balance, employee benefits and perks, etc.”
- “Everyone at Satori has a voice. If you have an idea and the justification and research behind why an idea is good, it will most likely be implemented. … If it will make your life, or the life of others better, you can almost guarantee Satori will jump at that opportunity.”