The once-rebellious Charles Schwab is all grown up: the discount broker now offers the same traditional brokerage services it shunned over three decades ago. Schwab manages more than $4 trillion in assets for some 15.5 million individual investors and institutional clients. Traders can access its services via telephone, the internet-enabled devices, and through approximately 360 offices in about 50-plus states, as well as United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore, and Australia. Besides discount brokerage, the firm offers financial research, advice, and planning, investment management, and retirement and employee compensation plans. It also operates a federal savings bank and an investment advisory firm. In 2019, Schwab agreed to buy competitor TD Ameritrade for about $26 billion.
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- ASSETS (MIL USD) 549,009
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- TICKER SYMBOL SCHW
- Year Started 1986
- Incorporated 1986
- FISCAL YEAR END DEC
- SALES GROWTH % 9.04%
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Walter W Bettinger IIChief Executive Officer and President
CHARLES R SCHWABChairman of the Board
JOSEPH R MARTINETTOSenior Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer
PETER B CRAWFORDExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer