Who We Are

What We Do

We provide investment banking, research, sales and trading, asset and wealth management, public finance, insurance, private capital, and family office services.

About Us

We are a family-owned financial services firm that values client relationships, long-term stability, and supporting the communities where we live and work.

The Stephens Story

The idea of family defines our culture, because each of us knows that our reputation is on the line as if our own name was on the door.

Leadership

Our reputation as a leading independent financial services firm is built on the stability of our longstanding and highly experienced senior executives.

Impact Initiatives

We are committed to corporate philanthropy; economic and financial literacy advocacy; and diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives.

Our Brand Ambassadors

Stephens is proud to sponsor the PGA TOUR, LPGA Tour, and PGA TOUR Champions careers, as well as applaud the philanthropic endeavors, of our Brand Ambassadors.

Making Connections

We host many highly informative meetings each year with clients, industry decision makers, and thought leaders across the U.S. and in Europe.

Market Trends

CFO.com | Opinion: Improve Employee Health Using Behavioral Economics

Feb 3, 2022

Prioritizing employee health and wellness is critical to recruiting and retaining the best talent. Healthy employees tend to be more productive and express more job satisfaction, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But what can companies do to improve the health of workers? Defining the specific health needs of employees and taking a hard look at the organization’s wellness program is a good start. Clinical informatics and behavioral economics can help an organization make those personalized decisions.

Clinical informatics is a newly recognized medical specialty that uses technology and data science to create systems that improve health outcomes, patient care, and clinician-patient relationships.

Behavioral economics combines aspects of psychology and economic modeling to evaluate human behavior and explain why people often do not make the best decisions — even when they have all the information and tools within reach. Behavioral economic innovations strive to make choices easy, attractive, social, and timely.

Combining the two allows scientific methods of influencing decision-making to be adapted to the delivery of health and wellness initiatives.