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30+ days ago

Fund Accounting Manager

Invesco Houston, TX

/ Duties: • Monitors internal accounting controls and procedures. Makes recommendations for improvement to ensure the accuracy of the daily… Invesco

30+ days ago

Global Market Strategist

Invesco Houston, TX

(This role will ideally be located in Houston, TX. However, the role could reside in New York, Chicago or Atlanta) The Global Market Strategist is… Invesco

30+ days ago

Paralegal II (Mutual Fund and ETF Platforms, SEC and Regulatory Filing)

Invesco Houston, TX

/ Duties: • Coordinate with internal and external clients to compile data and information related to the preparation of mutual fund registration… Invesco

30+ days ago

Lean Sensei

Invesco Houston, TX

): Invesco is expanding its Lean Center of Excellence team (COE) with Lean facilitators and sensei’s who have significant Lean experience. The Lean… Invesco

30+ days ago

Client Portfolio Manager-Real Estate Securities

Invesco Houston, TX

): Invesco’s Investment Services Client Portfolio Manager (CPM) structure is very much aligned with the Invesco goal of having an… Invesco

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Invesco President, CEO, and Director Marty Flanagan
Marty Flanagan
86 Ratings
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    A great place to work gone bad.

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    Former Employee - Customer Service Manager in Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Customer Service Manager in Houston, TX
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    I worked at Invesco full-time (More than 10 years)


    Salary was above market rate, and our small group was excellent. Many friendships made.


    Company worked its employees to the bone, with little to no recognition. After the AIM/Invesco merger, the Invesco IT management was incredibly poor. No respect to their employees, which in turn caused everyone to work with blinders on.

    Advice to Management

    Stop managing to the bottom line. Let the employees do their thing! You had a great group of extremely talented people, however now most have left or been laid off. Marty Flanagan is trying to keep the ship afloat at all costs, and those costs have removed wheat made the company strong to begin with - its employees. Too bad.

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