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Pensions & Investments: National “Best Places to Work” in Money Management

Dec 22, 2017

Washington, DC ─ December 22, 2017 ─ For the third time in four years, National Real Estate Advisors today was named one of the Best Places to Work in Money Management by Pensions & Investments, which ranks U.S. money managers based on the results of employer and employee surveys.

Presented by Pensions & Investments, the global news source of money management, the sixth-annual survey and recognition program is dedicated to identifying and recognizing the best employers in the money management industry. National placed among the top alternatives managers in the survey.

Jeffrey Kanne, National’s President and CEO, said: “National greatly appreciates P&I’s continued recognition of our highly collaborative work environment, which seeks to deliver top performance for our clients through setting a tone of mutual respect, providing growth opportunities for everyone, leading by mentoring, and sharing in rewards. As a result, we have established a highly cohesive and focused organization where our people are sincerely dedicated to meeting client goals and objectives, as well as supporting one another.”
“All of the firms being recognized this year are leaders when it comes to creating a great place to work,” said P&I Editor Amy Resnick. “It was great to see reflected in the survey comments how significant it is for employees to feel valued by their employer. It shows what really makes a company a best place to work.”

Pensions & Investments partnered with Best Companies Group, an independent research firm specializing in identifying great places to work, to conduct a two-part survey process of employers and their employees. The first part consisted of evaluating each nominated company’s workplace policies, practices, philosophy, systems and demographics. This part of the process was worth approximately 25% of the total evaluation. The second part consisted of an employee survey to measure the employee experience. This part of the process was worth approximately 75% of the total evaluation. The combined scores determined the top companies.