OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Charles Schwab appears ready to keep significant operations in Omaha after it finishes its integration of TD Ameritrade because it is hiring more than 200 people in the city.
The new jobs will add to the roughly 2,200 people that Schwab already employs in Omaha where TD Ameritrade was based before Schwab acquired last year in a $22 billion deal.
The Omaha jobs are also part of a nationwide hiring push to fill 1,000 jobs in Texas where Schwab's new headquarters will be and another 200 jobs in California.
Schwab said the hiring is in response to increased demand for its brokerage services.