Careers at Fisher Investments

Below are just 4 reasons to explore a career with Fisher Investments:

You’ll help improve people’s lives. Quite simply, we put our clients' needs first. Tens of thousands of individuals and families depend on us to manage their financial futures and to preserve their livelihoods during retirement.

You’ll contribute to innovations that others have only dreamed of. As part of our mission, Fisher Investments aims to boldly pioneer tomorrow’s investments solutions today. We foster and prize innovation and are constantly seeking new products and services to benefit our clients.

You’ll create your own career path. We promote based on merit, potential and attitude—not tenure. Opportunities for advancement are given to top performers, and all employees have the opportunity to work in any part of the business.

You’ll receive exceptional employee benefits. We provide one of the best benefits packages in the industry with 100% employer-paid coverage of medical, dental and vision insurance premiums, and a generous 50% 401(k) match.



Symplicity™ announces Fisher Investments is one of the “top 25 Best Places to Work for Recent Grads in 2016!”




Recognition for Ken Fisher, Fisher Investments & its Affiliates

Fisher Investments
Fisher Investments named to Financial Times Top 300 Wealth Manager List Fisher Investments named on Pensions & Investments 500 World’s Largest Money Managers Fisher Investments Wealth & Management Award Winner in 2015 Fisher Investments is accredited by the BBB Fisher Investments named to the list of Best Places to Start a Career by Business Week
Ken Fisher
Ken Fisher is a 30-year Forbes Columnist Ken Fisher named to the IA30 for 30 list Ken Fisher is a top-ranked guru on CXO Advisory
Fisher Investments Europe
Fisher Investments Europe ADVFN Award Winner in 2016
Grüner Fisher Investments
Grüner Fisher Investments Named as the Best Financial Employer in Germany

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