A Top Adviser

Presented By

Financial Times

Recipient

Fisher Investments

Years Awarded

2014-2020

Fisher Investments was recognised on the Financial Times’ 2020 Top 300 investment advisers list for the seventh consecutive year. 2020 also marks the seventh annual FT 300 list, which aims to recognise the industry's elite investment adviser firms in the United States.

The FT invites investment advisers who meet certain minimum criteria to apply for consideration. Applicants are then graded on six broad factors: assets under management (AUM), asset growth, years in operation, industry certifications of key employees, online accessibility, and compliance record. There are no fees or other considerations required to apply for the FT 300.

Fisher Investments’ CEO Damian Ornani commented, “We are proud to have been recognised again by the Financial Times as a leading investment adviser. Our focus has always been putting our more than 100,000* clients’ interests first and helping them meet their financial goals. The FT 300 award is a special testament to how we serve our clients, structure our business and approach investment  and retirement planning.” 

*As of 31/12/2021, illustrated in Canadian dollars. Includes Fisher Investments and its subsidiaries.

Advisers were evaluated based on assets under management, asset growth, years in existence, industry certifications of key employees, online accessibility and compliance record.

The Financial Times (FT) invites Registered Investment Advisers that meet certain minimum criteria to apply to be considered for the Top 300 Financial Adviser List. Applicants are graded on six broad factors: assets under management (AUM), asset growth, years in operation, industry certifications of key employees, online accessibility, and compliance record. For more information, please visit: https://www.ft.com/content/6a45556e-6c21-4770-bc94-468fee0de563

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