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Charles Schwab has issued its 2020 Annual Report
“Thank you! This simple by sincere expression sums up how I think about the very difficult year we all faced—with deep gratitude for all the people who helped us persevere in 2020. Thank you to our clients for entrusting us with record levels of new assets and new accounts. Thank you to our stockholders for focusing on the long-term opportunities ahead, despite a volatile year and another round of ZIRP implemented by the Federal Reserve. And thank you to our employees for their diligent commitment to serving others while balancing the health and safety of their own families.”
Coming together with a single goal: to serve you.
Coming together with a single goal: to serve you.
We're making history, but it is your tomorrow we care about most.
April 8, 2021Schwab Announces Its Spring Business Update
April 8, 2021The Rise of the Investor Generation: 5% of U.S. Stock Market Investors got their start in 2020, Schwab Study shows
April 6, 2021Schwab Announces Redemption of All Outstanding Depositary Shares Representing Interests in Its 6.00% Non-Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock, Series C
March 30, 2021New Schwab Data: Pandemic Reveals Demand for Virtual and Self-Serve 401(k) Education
A little about Schwab
$7.07T total client assets
8.4M daily average trades
31.9M brokerage accounts
Total client assets and brokerage accounts based on combined data for Schwab and TD Ameritrade as of March 31, 2021, using company reports; all other combined data as of June 30, 2020, calculated using Schwab’s methodology.
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Schwab continues to earn high praise for its heritage of innovation, modern wealth management capabilities, and customer service.
Schwab ranked #3 in "Best in Class" Overall in 2021 by StockBrokers.com. Schwab was also honored with the #1 Innovation Award and #1 for IRAs for the second year in a row, and for the first time received the #1 Phone Support Award. Schwab also ranked #1 in Research.
In 2021, Charles Schwab was selected as one of the FORTUNE Top 50 ‘World's Most Admired Companies®’. Schwab ranked #2 overall in the Securities and Asset Management category of the list for the second year in a row.
Schwab ranked #2 overall in the 2020 Investor’s Business Daily “Best Online Brokers” Survey. Schwab ranked #1 in the following categories: Website Security and Broad Choice of Investments.
Schwab earned the highest ranking in Investor’s Business Daily’s "Most Trusted Financial Companies" study, with a trust rating of 92.3. Schwab also ranked No. 1 for fair pricing and fees, customer service, and customer treatment within the online broker category. Schwab ranked No. 2 in the wealth management category, with a trust rating of 89.2.
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StockBrokers.com: "2021 Online Broker Review," published January 2021. Participation is required to be included. All broker participants were assessed on 256 different variables across eight core areas: Commissions & Fees, Research, Platforms & Tools, Mobile Trading, Offering of Investments, Education, Ease of Use and Overall. Due to the pandemic and extensive market volatility, Customer Service was not scored as a main category. All categories, with the exception of "Banking," are factored in to the overall ranking. Star ratings are out of five possible stars and are based on a calculation that combines the variable assessment with an opinion score from 1-10 with 10 "very good" in StockBrokers.com's opinion. A “Best in Class” designation means finishing in the top five brokers for that category. Read our 2021 Review. For further information on how the ratings were calculated, see StockBrokers.com's "How We Test".
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From Investor's Business Daily, January 27 2020, ©2020 Investor's Business Daily, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission and protected by the Copyright Laws of the United States. The printing, copying, redistribution or retransmission of this Content without express written permission is prohibited. The ratings are based entirely on input of brokers' customers. IBD and polling partner TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence surveyed more than 4,000 investors, asking them to rate their primary online broker in the 15 performance categories. Ten online brokers were included in the analysis, and the top five brokers overall and in each category are recognized as Best Online Brokers award winners. For further information on how the ratings were calculated, see IBD's Criteria and Methodology.
From Investor's Business Daily, October 13, 2020, ©2020 Investor's Business Daily, Inc. All rights reserved. Used by permission and protected by the Copyright Laws of the United States. The printing, copying, redistribution or retransmission of this Content without express written permission is prohibited. The Most Trusted Financial Companies Survey, a collaboration between Investor's Business Daily and TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence, measures consumers' trust toward financial companies and ranks the companies objectively. A total of 177 visitors/subscribers to IBD's Investors.com website participated in the Phase 1 survey in July 2020, and a total of 4,297 IBD website visitors and customers participated in the Phase 2 survey in August 2020. To be included in the ranking, at least 100 respondents had to rate a company except for in the wealth management category, which required at least 75 respondents. Fifty-one companies passed the minimum inclusion criterion.