Charles Schwab Corporation

The Charles Schwab Corporation is a bank and brokerage firm. The Company operates in four main divisions: investing, wealth management, banking, and trading. Schwab offers an electronic trading platform for the purchase and sale of financial securities including common stocks, preferred stocks, futures contracts, exchange-traded funds, options, mutual funds, and fixed income investments. It also provides margin lending, and cash management services. The company also provides services through registered investment advisers.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
1971
Size (employees)
16,900 (est)+3%
Website
schwab.com
Charles Schwab Corporation was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Charles Schwab Corporation

Walter Bettinger

Walter Bettinger

President and CEO
Charles Schwab

Charles Schwab

Chairman
James D. McCool

James D. McCool

Executive Vice President, Corporate Initiatives
Ron Carter

Ron Carter

Executive Vice President, Operational Services
G. Andrew Gill

G. Andrew Gill

Executive Vice President, Investor Services
Carrie E. Dwyer

Carrie E. Dwyer

Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Charles Schwab Corporation Office Locations

Charles Schwab Corporation has offices in San Francisco, Saint Paul, Denver, Phoenix and in 67 other locations
San Francisco, US (HQ)
211 Main Street
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Charles Schwab Corporation Data and Metrics

Charles Schwab Corporation Financial Metrics

Charles Schwab Corporation's revenue was reported to be $2.1 b in Q1, 2017
USD

Revenue (Q1, 2017)

2.1 b

Net income (Q1, 2017)

564 m

Market capitalization (21-Sep-2017)

56.9 b

Cash (31-Mar-2017)

9.5 b
Charles Schwab Corporation's current market capitalization is $56.9 b.
USDFY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Revenue

4.7 b4.9 b5.4 b6.1 b6.4 b7.5 b

Revenue growth, %

4%11%11%5%17%

Sales and marketing expense

2.5 b

General and administrative expense

398 m
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Revenue

1.5 b1.6 b1.5 b1.6 b1.6 b1.8 b1.8 b1.9 b2.1 b

Sales and marketing expense

520 m593 m581 m540 m548 m626 m602 m609 m701 m

General and administrative expense

80 m82 m83 m85 m92 m98 m101 m100 m105 m

Operating expense total

600 m675 m664 m625 m640 m724 m703 m709 m806 m
USDY, 2010Y, 2011Y, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Cash

4.9 b8.7 b12.7 b7.7 b11.4 b12 b10.8 b

Accounts Receivable

88.4 m

Goodwill

1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b

Total Assets

143.6 b154.6 b183.7 b223.4 b
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Cash

6.8 b8.6 b9 b9 b10.4 b10.5 b13 b10.4 b9.5 b

Goodwill

1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b1.2 b

Total Assets

143 b147 b160 b164 b170 b191 b198 b209 b227 b

Short-term debt

800 m5 b3 b600 m
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015FY, 2016

Net Income

1.1 b1.3 b1.4 b1.9 b

Depreciation and Amortization

234 m

Cash From Operating Activities

1.7 b2.3 b1.2 b2.7 b

Purchases of PP&E

(22.9 b)(15.1 b)(21.4 b)(29.2 b)
USDQ2, 2014Q3, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015Q1, 2016Q2, 2016Q3, 2016Q1, 2017

Net Income

324 m321 m302 m353 m376 m412 m452 m503 m564 m

Depreciation and Amortization

48 m49 m54 m55 m57 m56 m57 m60 m65 m
USDY, 2017

Revenue/Employee

129.3 k

Financial Leverage

13.4 x
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Charles Schwab Corporation Operating Metrics

FY, 2014Q1, 2015Q2, 2015Q3, 2015FY, 2015Q1, 2016Q3, 2016FY, 2016Q1, 2017

Average Trades per U.S. Trading Day

250.56163642516164251.562

Daily Average Revenue Trades (DARTs)

298.2 k313 k267 k304 k292 k328 k268 k291.6 k317 k

Corporate Retirement Plan Participants

1.4 m1.5 m1.5 m

Active Accounts

9.4 m9.8 m10.2 m
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Charles Schwab Corporation News and Updates

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