Charles Schwab Plans $230 Million Investment To Open El Paso Operations Center-Upgrades Austin, Texas, Campus
"Texas has focused on creating an economic climate that grows all industries, from high tech to energy to financial services, through our combination of low taxes, smart regulations, fair courts and skilled workforce," Governor Rick Perry said. "These TEF investments in Schwab are the latest in a long line of expansions in El Paso and Austin that will create hundreds of jobs and opportunity for Texans."
The Texas Enterprise Fund is providing $1.45 million for the El Paso project, which will create 445 jobs and $21.5 million in capital investment over the next ten years. Contingent upon finalization of a local incentive package, the $4.5 million TEF investment in the Austin project will create 823 jobs and $210 million in capital investment over the next ten years.
"We are very pleased to be expanding our footprint in Texas," said Joseph Martinetto, Executive Vice President/CFO at Schwab. "We've already started the process of recruiting new talent, and we're excited to become a part of the El Paso community, as we have in Austin where we already have approximately 1,000 employees."
El Paso will represent the newest major employment center for Schwab, joining San Francisco corporate headquarters, Denver, Phoenix, Indianapolis, Richfield, Chicago, Orlando and Austin as cities that have significant numbers of Schwab employees. The company also has approximately 320 retail branch offices across the U.S.
"We are very excited to welcome Schwab to the Border region," Borderplex Alliance CEO Rolando Pablos said. "Schwab's presence expands our region's solid financial business services cluster by adding over 445 new jobs in our region. I want to thank Governor Perry and Mayor Leeser for their continued commitment to bringing high quality jobs to the area."
"I want to welcome The Charles Schwab Corporation to their new home here in El Paso. The City and all of our partners are committed to ensuring the success of our newest corporate partner," El Paso Mayor Oscar Leeser said. "I would like to personally thank the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Charles Schwab, and the company President/CEO, Mr. Walter Bettinger, for their trust in our community and for their willingness to expand their company within our community. Today's announcement of 445 jobs is proof that El Paso is open for business and our community is ready to be a part of the Charles Schwab family."
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