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13 days ago

Investments Representative

Fidelity Investments Dallas, TX +2 locations

We have 170+ Fidelity Investor Centers across the United States and continue to open several new branches each year. Branch representatives offer… Fidelity Investments

8 days ago

Software Engineer-Java, Unix/Linux, Oracle, DB2

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

The FPCMS Accounting & Pricing Services (APS) Development Team provides core application design, development and support services for all FPCMS Fund… Fidelity Investments

21 days ago

Director, Human Resources

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

The position, which is based in Westlake, will have key accountability in managing HRs relationship with the business, and will work with the senior… Fidelity Investments

21 days ago

Investment Sales & Solutions Representative - Westlake, TX, Dallas - Fort Worth

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

As an ISR with an active Series 7 license, you will be the primary point of contact for warm leads and existing customers handling inbound sales… Fidelity Investments

6 days ago

ASET Analyst

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

As part of Fidelitys Pricing and Cash Management Services (FPCMS) business unit the Accounting and Pricing Services (APS) team provides accounting… Fidelity Investments

19 days ago

Inside Sales Representative- Internal Wholesaler

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

Looking for a career selling Fidelity products and services to Financial Advisors? You should be a part of a growing team in Fidelity as we expand… Fidelity Investments

15 days ago

Associate Analyst, Fund Reporting

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

The Fund Reporting Analyst is responsible for preparing the financial statements, regulatory filings and other reporting requirements for all U.S… Fidelity Investments

16 days ago

Associate Portfolio Governance and Reporting Analyst

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

Prepare timely and accurate IT management reporting such as: IT discretionary portfolio status and health IT balanced scorecard status updates IT… Fidelity Investments

14 days ago

Government Clearance Representative

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

Fidelity Operations & Services Group (OSG) provides superior customer service to Fidelity's businesses through innovation, dedication and commitment… Fidelity Investments

22 days ago

Financial & Retirement Planning Associate (1/5/15)

Fidelity Investments Westlake, TX

· Facilitate the onboarding of new clients into their retirement plans by providing education on their companys retirement match and savings to… Fidelity Investments

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Fidelity Investments Chairman and CEO Edward C. “Ned” Johnson, III
Edward C. “Ned” Johnson, III
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    Overall a good company with good training, nice people, and pleasant environment.

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    Current Employee - Service Trader  in  Irving, TX
    Current Employee - Service Trader in Irving, TX

    I have been working at Fidelity Investments full-time for more than 3 years


    Chance to earn some small bonuses during the quarter and at year's end. Company would show appreciation by catering food for employees from various restaurants during tax season. Obtained Series 7 and 63 registrations. Worked with a good group of people. Learned a lot via training and by being on the phone all day with customers from all 50 states. No take home work. Able to leave the job behind each day at market close.


    Worked was mundane. Even as a Trader, one is stuck in a cubicle all day with a headset on shagging phone calls. Listening to abusive and ignorant customers gets old real quick. Little room for advancement. Company is big on looks. You won't land an Advisor position in one of the retail investment centers unless you look like a Ken doll.

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    Look at people's ability and qualifications more when it comes to promoting instead of golfing buddies and people's looks. Upper management always seemed to be changing and the people brought in were from the outside. What happened to promoting from within?

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