Our commitment is to advance the strategic interests of our clients and to deliver long-term results with excellence and integrity. We help governments, institutions, and individuals address complex financial challenges, identify opportunity, and achieve their long-term objectives.
We deliver value through two primary businesses:
Premier asset manager and investment advisor with expertise in fixed income, equity, alternatives, and advisory solutions
Full-service investment banking and capital markets capabilities including advisory, financing, sales and trading, and research
More than $305 billion in assets under management across a platform of managed accounts and funds.
We are independently owned, with approximately 55% employee ownership.
We have more than 2,100 professionals in offices around the world.
Headquartered in Chicago and New York, we invest and advise globally through office locations that include:
We follow the principles that made the Guggenheim family one of the most successful innovators, investors, and business managers in American history.
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Our culture is rooted in six core values, all of which underscore our deep sense of responsibility to do the right thing, for the right reasons, for our clients, partners, colleagues, and communities.
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Our Executive Leadership provides strategic direction, leads the businesses of the Firm, and sets the tone for our culture.
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Executive Chairman of Guggenheim Partners and Co-Chairman of Guggenheim Securities Alan Schwartz accepted the Navy SEAL Foundation Patriot Award on behalf of Guggenheim.
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The Guggenheim name has long been synonymous with philanthropy and has a reputation for its contributions to the advancement of humanity.
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We seek candidates who take ownership for their work, adhere to the highest standards, and think creatively to realize opportunities.
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Guggenheim Partners Global Chief Investment Officer Scott Minerd writes that well-intended regulations that limit access to capital could be another crisis in the making.
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