The Charles Schwab Corporation

From day one, Chuck Schwab knew investing could be different – that investors deserved better prices, better access and better service. And for the past four decades, the firm that bears his name has been doing just that.

They pioneered discount brokerage. They 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. They 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.

 A lot has changed in 40 years, but a lot has stayed the same. Charles Schwab is still striving to champion every client’s goals with passion and integrity. They’re still breaking down barriers – and occasionally tilting at windmills – to discover a better way to invest.

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.

Seeing through clients’ eyes has always been the Schwab way. Today, approximately 14,000 employees share a passion for helping millions of investors achieve their financial goals. By working together and listening thoughtfully to their clients, they’ve been able to make investing more accessible, affordable and understandable.

Type
Public
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
1973
Employees
15,300 (est)+2%
The Charles Schwab Corporation was founded in 1973 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at The Charles Schwab Corporation

Marie A. Chandoha

Marie A. Chandoha

President and Chief Executive Officer, Charles Schwab Investment Management Inc. (CSIM)
Basil Alwan

Basil Alwan

Investor
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
James D. McCool

James D. McCool

Executive Vice President, Client Solutions

The Charles Schwab Corporation Locations

San Francisco, US
Clayton, US
Scottsdale, US
Berkeley, US
Naperville, US
Raleigh, US
Schaumburg, US
Houston, US
Plano, US
Englewood, US
Wilmington, US
Saint Paul, US
Atlanta, US
Alexandria, US
Minneapolis, US
Oakland, US
Phoenix, US
Henderson, US
Burlington, US
Orlando, US

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The Charles Schwab Corporation Summary

Market capitalization

$54.9 B

Closing share price

$41.1
The Charles Schwab Corporation's current market capitalization is $54.9 B.

The Charles Schwab Corporation Financials

The Charles Schwab Corporation's revenue is $6.38 B in FY, 2015 which is 5.32% increase from the previous period.
FY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

$4.69 B$4.88 B$5.44 B$6.06 B$6.38 B

Operating income

$1.71 B$2.12 B$2.28 B

Net Income

$1.07 B$1.32 B$1.45 B

Operating cash flow

$-4.94 B$3.64 B$615 M

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