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30+ days ago

Associate General Counsel (Bank)

Scottrade Saint Louis, MO

• Serve as a technical resource and provide legal advice to Scottrade Bank and its affiliates regarding federal banking laws and regulations… Scottrade

30+ days ago

Branch Intern (Finance and Economis)

Scottrade Henderson, NV

Interns assist branch offices with daily operations while gaining valuable work experience in the brokerage industry. • Shadow Investment… Scottrade

30+ days ago

Stock Records Supervisor

Scottrade Westminster, CO

• Manage and monitor work flow within the department, reviewing for completion in a timely manner, while meeting FINRA requirements when applicable… Scottrade

30+ days ago

Treasury Analyst

Scottrade Saint Louis, MO

• Support enterprise wide balance sheet forecasting and planning process. • Prepare and maintain capital projections for holding company and bank… Scottrade

30+ days ago

Business Intelligence Development Analyst

Scottrade Saint Louis, MO

• Responsible for full lifecycle Business Intelligence (BI) development, using Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (Administration Tool… Scottrade

8 days ago

Trading Services Specialist

Scottrade Saint Louis, MO

• Answer phone and email trade dispute inquiries for broker-assisted and online platform clients (via branches). • Research and rectify real-time… Scottrade

30+ days ago

Advisor Solutions Consultant

Scottrade Saint Louis, MO +2 locations

• Conduct regular WebEx and in-person demonstrations of SAS technology including the Advisor Services portal, Rebalancing tool, LaserApp, etc. with a… Scottrade

30+ days ago

Data Governance Analyst-Level 3

Scottrade Saint Louis, MO

• Develop controls and control structures within a complex environment to ensure the accuracy and quality of data through all upstream and downstream… Scottrade

30+ days ago

Compliance Services IT Research Associate

Scottrade Saint Louis, MO

• Conduct research of new tools and systems to develop training documentation and financial industry/department knowledge. • Provide support for… Scottrade

26 days ago

Mid-Tier Developer

Scottrade Saint Louis, MO

• Dedicate majority of time developing new products and enhancing existing products. • Build software components from source. Construct and… Scottrade

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Scottrade Founder, President, and CEO Rodger O. Riney
Rodger O. Riney
453 Ratings
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    After many years here, I cannot wait to leave. Do yourself a favor and walk away now.

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    Current Employee - Operations Specialist in Saint Louis, MO
    Current Employee - Operations Specialist in Saint Louis, MO

    I have been working at Scottrade full-time (More than 5 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO


    No different than what you can find somewhere else.
    Nice co - workers


    There is a reason Scottrade has so many open positions. When I started working here I was told this is a place to start a career or simply coast by if you don't care. Sad, but this is true.
    Many people (mostly recruiters posting reviews) would like to say the change to a sales environment is the cause for so many unhappy employees. This is not the case, especially since there have been so many new employees since the sales process came into place.
    To begin with, management is SEVERELY lacking. There are a few good managers but they are held back by the poor ones. Everyone is worried about themselves, not the company and not the employees. Most of the employees truly want to do a good job, they simply have 0 leadership backing them.
    The amount of gossip, politics and back stabbing that has come into play here is appalling. The lack of professionalism is outrageous.
    HR could care less about you, because they are simply coasting through. They will not return your calls or emails. They are not there to help you, they are there to quiet you or quietly get rid of you, then ask you to waive your rights by signing a severance agreement that is insulting at best. You can expect a call about a month or two after you request one and they will inform you they are just now getting around to you.
    You cannot trust anyone, and it's sad that I was informed this on my first day. What's sadder is from watching what has happened to so many people, this is true.
    This company is full of very nice, well meaning employees who are being led by selfish, unprofessional, under qualified individuals who will make life difficult for anyone they need to in order to get their way. One exact quote I heard while in a meeting with a VP in head quarters was "I don't care about what they think they need, I care that they do what I want. Or I will fire them, let that be a warning to you all". That is mild for some of what I have seen, and very common.
    Middle office is a mess at best. There is 0 direction, 0 leadership, 0 respect and they have made things worse, starting from the top down. Luckily I left that department and things have gotten better. Again, it's not all of Scottrade, it's the abusive leadership that is running the show and it has NOTHING to do with sales.

    Advice to Management

    Roger, come back. Please. We need you to clean house and make this what it once was. And if you can't come back, then please stop giving us hope that you will so we know it's time to leave ourselves.

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