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Invesco Overview

Website www.invesco.com
Headquarters Atlanta, GA
Size 5001 to 10000 Employees
Founded 1935
Type Company - Public (IVZ)
Industry Finance
Revenue $5 to $10 billion (USD) per year
Invesco Ltd. is a leading independent global investment management firm, dedicated to helping investors worldwide achieve their financial objectives. By delivering the combined power of our distinctive investment management capabilities, Invesco provides a wide range of ... More

Mission: Helping investors worldwide achieve their financial objectives.

Invesco – Why Work For Us?


At Invesco, we believe in the continuous pursuit of performance excellence. It's a founding principle of our firm, and it defines what it means to work at Invesco.

If you're looking for long-term growth prospects, challenging work, smart colleagues, and a global employer with a high-performance culture, we invite you to explore the world of opportunity at Invesco.


Workforce Diversity is a business imperative that will impact our growth in markets around the world, our ability to attract and retain talented staff successfully, and ultimately, the value of our brand equity.

As a global firm serving clients around the world, we believe a culture of inclusiveness is critical to our long term success. Consistent with our business principle that “working together, we achieve more”, we promote a collaborative culture that respects individuality and rewards teamwork.  Valuing our inherent diversity of cultures, experiences and perspectives gives all of our employees the opportunity to contribute their best work, be recognized for their unique abilities and contribute to Invesco’s success.

We accomplish this goal by:

  • Building diversity awareness through relevant communications and training programs;
  • Recruiting and retaining a workforce reflecting the communities in which we operate;
  • Where practical, working with vendors representative of the local markets in which we operate;
  • Implementing human resource management policies and practices to create an environment that optimizes the full potential of our employees, and
  • Offering support to community and charitable organizations.

It is expected that all Invesco managers appreciate the differences in perspectives that our employees bring to the table, that all of those employees are treated professionally, with respect, and are encouraged and supported in pursuing opportunities to maximize their full potential on the job.


At Invesco, our principles define our culture. They inform how we work and lead every day, and they shape our workplaces in more than 20 countries across the globe. When you join Invesco, you'll see these principles at work.

We are passionate about our clients' success

Invesco is one of the world's leading asset managers, and we're also an independent firm. This means we have a single, unconflicted focus: success for our clients. Whether you're a portfolio manager committed to delivering investment excellence or an IT analyst serving internal client groups, you'll have clear direction about what matters most.

We earn trust by acting with integrity

At Invesco, you'll be joining a global workface that takes ethical responsibility seriously. We do the right thing because it's the right thing to do. We value our reputation and see it as a reflection of all of us, at every level.

People are the foundation of our success

You'll have opportunities to grow at Invesco. In fact, a key responsibility of our people leaders is developing others through new experiences. Talented people want to expand their skills and expertise, and our culture of learning at Invesco will give you many opportunities to do just that.

Working together, we achieve more

When you join Invesco, you're joining a team. Collaboration isn't just an idea here. It's the way you'll work with people from different backgrounds, with different experiences, and often in different countries. You'll be a part of a diverse, global team that works together, challenges each other and leverages different perspectives to achieve results.

We believe in the continuous pursuit of performance excellence

Technology, demographics, markets – they're constantly changing, so the status-quo isn't an option. At Invesco, you'll be challenged to perform at your peak by colleagues who are committed to finding new, better ways to operate and strengthen performance -- both at a personal level and across our global enterprise.


At Invesco, you’ll be recognized and rewarded for your individual achievements as well as your team contributions. You’ll also be compensated by a meaningful mix of rewards to help you plan for retirement, stay healthy and maintain a work-life balance. These include:

  • Comprehensive health and wellness programs for you and your family
  • Retirement savings plans
  • Life insurance plans and income protection benefits
  • Holiday and time off benefits
  • Flexibility to help you balance work and family responsibilities
  • Rich opportunities to develop your professional skills and knowledge
  • Opportunities to contribute to your community
  • Opportunities to become an Invesco shareholder

Invesco Reviews

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Invesco President, CEO, and Director Marty Flanagan
Marty Flanagan
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    Great people,

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
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    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Internal Wholesaler in Houston, TX
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    I have been working at Invesco full-time (More than 3 years)


    Great people, great benefits, manageable work/life balance. Broad product lineup with growing reputation of success. Resourceful portfolio managers that offer a high level of transparency and insight to their strategies when requested


    Occasional unnecessary and unclear initiatives from upper management. Day to day performance metrics change often making it difficult to understand what exactly management wants the focus to be

    Advice to Management

    Add more transparency to day to day metrics in order to help individuals focus in on what the company is trying to accomplish.

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    Client Service Representative Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Houston, TX
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    I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Invesco (Houston, TX) in August 2015.


    I applied through the University Career Services, and received an email the next day to schedule a phone interview. The whole process lasted about a month. The first phone interview is with the HR Recruiter (Taylor Anderson) and it was 45 minutes long.The recruiter starts of by giving you all the details about the company and what you will be doing if hired. Then you go over your resume and tell her what skill you have learned from each job. After that, you maybe have one or two behavioral questions that aren't too difficult. At the end of the interview she schedules you for another phone interview with client services supervisor. The 2nd phone interview was 20 minutes long and you start off by going over your resume and telling them what you did in the past. After that she asks 3-4 behavioral questions and schedules you to come in for a in-person interview. The in-person interview was at 11 Greenway plaza (Houston location). The whole process lasts about 2 and half hours. They start of by giving you a presentation on the company and then go into the specific of what Invesco does and what the client services department is responsible for. After the presentation, they give you a tour of the office and meet with a mentor who is currently a client service rep and you can ask him all sorts of questions. After meeting with a mentor you proceed to the interviews, where two supervisor interview you and it lasts about 25 minutes. They start the interview by asking you to go over your resume and they ask 6 behavioral questions. They read the interview questions off the paper and don't even maintain eye contact through the interview, instead they are busy taking notes about the answers you are giving. It can be a little awkward talking to people who aren't even looking at you but I still felt like I gave good answers except maybe one question. I left the interview feeling very confident that I would get this entry level position. After a week, I got an email saying that I was not selected for the position and I'm still confused on what I did wrong during the interview process.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell me about a time when something slipped your mind at work? Tell me about a time when you had to handle crticism on the job? Tell me about a time when a customer tested your patience? Tell me about a time when you had to explain a lot of information to the customer? Tell me about a time when you had to work in a stressful situation? Tell me about a time when you went above and beyond for the customer?   Answer Question

Invesco Awards & Accolades

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  • Lipper Fund Award, PRNewswire, 2014
  • Best Places to Work, Pensions & Investments, 2014
  • Best Places to Work, Pensions & Investments, 2013
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