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Franklin Templeton (also known as Franklin Resources) is an investment management organization. It launches equity, fixed income, balanced, and multi-asset mutual funds through its subsidiaries. The firm provides its services to individuals, institutions, pension plans, trusts, and partnerships.

HQSan Mateo, CA, US

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2019)9,600
Job Openings135
Revenue (FY, 2019)$5.8 B(-8%)
Share Price (May 2021)$34.1(+13%)
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Key People/Management at Franklin Templeton

Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer Johnson

President and Chief Executive Officer
Gregory Johnson

Gregory Johnson

Executive Chairman and Chairman of the Board
Craig Tyle

Craig Tyle

Executive Vice President & General Counsel
Rupert Johnson

Rupert Johnson

Vice Chairman
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Franklin Templeton Office Locations

Franklin Templeton has offices in San Mateo, Coral Gables, Fort Lauderdale, Lincoln and in 57 other locations
San Mateo, CA, US (HQ)
1 Franklin Pkwy #960
Coral Gables, FL, US
2 Alhambra Plaza
Fort Lauderdale, FL, US
300 SE 2nd St
Lincoln, MA, US
55 Old Bedford Rd #302
Los Angeles, CA, US
444 Flower St 32nd Floor
New York, NY, US
280 Park Ave 7th Floor
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Franklin Templeton Financials and Metrics

Franklin Templeton Revenue

Franklin Templeton's revenue was reported to be $5.77 b in FY, 2019

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Franklin Templeton's current market capitalization is $17.2 b.
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Franklin Templeton Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Athena Capital AdvisorsJanuary 07, 2020$6 b

Franklin Templeton Cybersecurity Score

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Franklin Templeton Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Ratings

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Franklin Templeton Online and Social Media Presence

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Franklin Templeton News and Updates

‘No Adverse Findings Against Franklin Templeton, Employees So Far’, AMC Tells Investors

No adverse findings against Franklin Templeton, its employees so far: Sanjay Sapre

Franklin Templeton Is Betting on Europe’s High-Yield Bank Bonds

Franklin Templeton Is Betting on Europe’s High-Yield Bank Bonds

BQ Big Decisions: What Happens If Franklin Templeton Unitholders Vote ‘No’?

Franklin Templeton unitholders must bear in mind the repercussions of voting “no”

The Mutual Fund Show: How Should Franklin Templeton Unitholders Vote On Winding Down Debt Schemes

Franklin Templeton’s unitholders must decide the fate of Rs 25,861-crore worth of assets.

Supreme Court Tells Franklin Templeton To Get Unitholders’ Consent To Wind Down Its Six Mutual Fund Schemes

The top court also directed a stay on redemption payment being made to unitholders.

Royce Closed-End Funds Announce That Franklin Resources, Inc. Is To Acquire Legg Mason, Inc.

NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- On February 18, 2020, Franklin Resources, Inc. ("Franklin Resources") and Legg Mason, Inc. ("Legg Mason") announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement for Franklin Resources to acquire Legg Mason. Royce Investment Partners ("Royce"),...
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Franklin Templeton Blogs

US 2020 Election Investment Pulse: Policy and Pandemic Drive Macro View

We’ve seen aggressive government and central bank support to stimulate economies sickened from COVID-19 slowdowns, but will the global economy right itself in 2021? Templeton Global Macro CIO Michael Hasenstab and Francis Scotland, Director of Global Macro Research at Brandywine Global, share their …

US 2020 Election Investment Pulse: Time for Strategy Rotation

Global equity markets rallied on Monday after major networks declared Joe Biden the winner of the US presidential election, and early analysis of a COVID-19 vaccine from a large US drugmaker showed promising results. Our Head of Equities Stephen Dover joined Brooks Ritchey of K2 Advisors to discuss …

US 2020 Election Investment Pulse: Positive for Europe

Global markets embraced the removal of uncertainty surrounding the US elections, and many European leaders in particular welcomed a renewed relationship with the world’s largest economy under President-elect Joe Biden. Our Katrina Dudley and David Zahn discuss the implications for European equities …

Notes from the Trading Desk—Europe

Franklin Templeton’s Notes from the Trading Desk offers a weekly overview of what our professional traders and analysts are watching in the markets. The European desk is manned by eight professionals based in Edinburgh, Scotland, with an average of 15 years of experience whose job it is to monitor t…

US 2020 Election Investment Pulse: Opportunities in Equity Sectors

Considering the United States is the world’s largest economy, many equity investors across the globe have been watching the US election with interest. Potential policy changes could have different implications for different market sectors. Our Head of Equities Stephen Dover joined Templeton Global E…

US 2020 Election Investment Pulse: Stimulus and Thinking Differently about Risk

As investors await the US presidential election’s final outcome, our Head of Equities Stephen Dover joined Franklin Templeton Investment Solutions’ Gene Podkaminer to discuss why they think it is increasingly vital for a divided US Congress to provide additional fiscal stimulus to get the US economy…
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Franklin Templeton Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Franklin Templeton founded?

    Franklin Templeton was founded in 1947.

  • Who are Franklin Templeton key executives?

    Franklin Templeton's key executives are Jennifer Johnson, Gregory Johnson and Craig Tyle.

  • How many employees does Franklin Templeton have?

    Franklin Templeton has 9,600 employees.

  • What is Franklin Templeton revenue?

    Latest Franklin Templeton annual revenue is $5.8 b.

  • What is Franklin Templeton revenue per employee?

    Latest Franklin Templeton revenue per employee is $601.5 k.

  • Who are Franklin Templeton competitors?

    Competitors of Franklin Templeton include Mackenzie Investments, Fidelity Investments and Merrill Lynch.

  • Where is Franklin Templeton headquarters?

    Franklin Templeton headquarters is located at 1 Franklin Pkwy #960, San Mateo.

  • Where are Franklin Templeton offices?

    Franklin Templeton has offices in San Mateo, Coral Gables, Fort Lauderdale, Lincoln and in 57 other locations.

  • How many offices does Franklin Templeton have?

    Franklin Templeton has 65 offices.