InvestmentNews revealed that Mission Wealth is No. 2 on its annual Best Places to Work for Financial Advisors for firms with 50+ employees.
"We are honored to be named an InvestmentNews Best Place to Work for Financial Advisors in 2023," said Matthew Adams, Managing Partner and Chief Executive Officer. "The passion with which our team cares for our clients, for each other, and for our community is what makes Mission Wealth such a unique and rewarding place to work. We have enjoyed significant growth in recent years, and we are proud of our career advancement and professional development opportunities within our firm which have been galvanized by our culture of promoting from within. As a 100% employee-owned firm evolving to a national presence, we believe our future is incredibly bright and I couldn’t be more proud of the dedicated group of professionals we have assembled."
This is Mission Wealth's second consecutive year ranking no. 2 on the InvestmentNews Best Place to Work for Financial Advisors list. This annual list represents financial firms that go beyond offering their advisors attractive benefits and perks but create workplaces that empower employees with the skills and confidence necessary to deliver the best possible investment and financial planning guidance to clients.
This year’s list of 75 employers set exemplary standards in leading the way at financial advice firms. These businesses show how invaluable their employees and clients are. There is a strong sense of culture at these companies, along with supportive communities.
Mission Wealth was chosen as one of this year’s top Best Places to Work for Financial Advisors based on employer and employee surveys delving into everything from company culture, benefits, career paths, and more. InvestmentNews partnered with Best Companies Group, an independent research firm specializing in identifying great places to work, to compile the survey and recognition program.
“Every year, InvestmentNews is proud to profile those who prioritize taking care of their own. We applaud this year's Best Firms for Advisors winners for investing in their most precious resource: their people.” said Paul Curcio, Executive Editor of InvestmentNews.
To learn more about the 2023 InvestmentNews Best Places to Work for Financial Advisers, please go to Bestplacesforadvisers.com and for more on current and past Mission Wealth awards, visit Awards & Rankings.
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About Mission Wealth
Founded in 2000, Mission Wealth, a national Registered Investment Advisor (RIA), proudly serves over 2,450 families and manages over $5.3 billion in assets across the United States. Headquartered in Santa Barbara, the firm has 26 additional offices located in the states of Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, New York, Oregon, Texas, Utah, and Washington. Mission Wealth’s service offerings include financial planning, investment management, estate planning and charitable giving, asset protection, tax planning, retirement planning, and family office services. For more information, visit missionwealth.com. To meet with a Mission Wealth financial advisor, call (805) 882-2360.
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Award Methodology and Disclosure: To be eligible for consideration in each year's list, organizations must apply and fill out a detailed survey about the company, and then submit an email list of all its employees to INews. INews will survey the employees anonymously. Firm must meet all of the following criteria, including: 1) be in business a minimum of one year; 2) have a minimum of 15 employees in the United States (all employees in the company should be included in the employee count, not just the financial advising department); 3) be a registered investment adviser (RIA), affiliated with (but not an employee of) an independent broker dealer (IBD), or a hybrid/dually-registered firm affiliated with an IBD and doing business through an RIA (firms should directly provide financial advice to households or organizations). To ensure credibility, organizations having 15-24 employees must have an 80% or better response rate on the employee survey. The questionnaires are structured to make it equally easy for a participants to provide both favorable and unfavorable responses, and are not designed to produce a pre-determined result. There is no fee to participate.