Northern Trust Review
This investment management provider is a leader in asset and fund administration as well as fiduciary and banking solutions for corporations, individuals and institutions around the world. Northern Trust is a very profitable company boasting $82 billion is banking assets, $3.7 trillion in assets under custody, and $627.2 billion in assets under management; as of December 31, 2009.
Northern Trust has a long history of giving back to the community. You can visit the Corporate Social Responsibility area to view their stories of philanthropy and volunteerism. You can also download Northern Trust’s Charitable Trust Annual Report.
The Investor Relations area is where you will find complete resources for Northern Trust investors. If you have any questions regarding financial information, stock information, presentations or how to reach a stock transfer agent, you can find the answer here. You can also email any page on the site to a friend.
Northern Trust News is an excellent source for financial news and other information about Northern Trust. Press Releases and day-to-day items of interest can be found here. The current stock price is listed as well as a long list of FAQ’s.
If you were thinking about joining the Northern Trust team, you can visit the careers section to find their immediate hiring needs and other available roles around the world. You can also find information about benefits, diversity and University recruiting. This site is free to use and easy to navigate.
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