Charles Schwab pioneered discount brokerage, created an innovative and convenient way to invest through a supermarket of no-load, no-transaction-fee mutual funds. They led the way in online investing and helped thousands of independent advisors serve their clients. And they disrupted the 401(k) industry with a plan offer designed to lower costs, simplify investing and help workers better prepare for retirement.
Charles Schwab focuses on the needs of individual investors, whether they’re serving them directly, through an employer-sponsored retirement or equity plan, or through independent investment advisors.
Closing share price
|FY, 2011||FY, 2012||FY, 2013||FY, 2014||FY, 2015||FY, 2016|
|$4.7 b||$4.9 b||$5.4 b||$6.1 b||$6.4 b||$7.5 b|
Revenue growth, %
|$1.7 b||$2.1 b||$2.3 b|
|$1.1 b||$1.3 b||$1.4 b||$1.9 b|
Operating cash flow
|($4.9 b)||$3.6 b||$615 m|