Businesses in Greenwich enjoy a highly educated, diverse and discerning population.  While many people move to Greenwich because of its convenience as a bedroom community of New York City, the reverse commute for young adults just starting out in New York City to work in Greenwich is strong.  Other nearby employment centers include neighboring Stamford, CT and White Plain, NY.

Greenwich enjoys a sense of community with access to major cities and transportation.  Greenwich is served by Metro North Commuter train.  Amtrack is a stop away in Stamford, CT.  The White Plains (HPN) or Westchester County Airport, which is home to major airlines, Net Jets and private services, boarders the northwest corner of Greenwich.

Greenwich is often referred to as the Hedge Fund Capital of the World thanks to a dense concentration of hedge funds and top ranked funds located in town.  Greenwich offers professionals convenience of working near home,  a hub for an exchange of ideas, and a great place to educate and raise a family. With more and more Millenials starting families, Greenwich is an excellent option for attracting top talent.

The most common industries for those living in Greenwich includes:

  • Finance and Insurance
  • Educational Services
  • Professional, Scientific and Tech Services

The most common jobs, according to the U.S. Census Bureau:

  • Manager
  • Sales
  • Business and Financial Services

Some examples of companies headquartered in Greenwich:

  • Interactive Brokers
  • AQR Capital
  • Lone Pine Capital
  • Viking Global Investors
  • Blue Sky Studios
  • Tudor Investment Corporation
  • Maxum Petroleum
  • Partner Reinsurance Company
  • Camuto Group
  • Starwood Capital
  • Bimbo Bakeries
  • The Richman Group
  • Silver Point Capital
  • Lighthouse Technology Partners
  • W.R. Berkley
  • Edge Technology Group
  • Weeden & Co.
  • BCP Securities
  • WorldQuant

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