30 Jan Croesus among Montréal’s top employers for 2020
Montréal, Québec, January 30, 2020 – For a fourth consecutive year, croesus was listed among Montréal’s Top Employers in regards of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers competition organized by Mediacorp Canada Inc.
Montréal’s Top Employers is an annual competition, which recognizes employers in the Greater Montréal area that are at the top of their industries for offering exceptional workplaces.
As an employer of choice, Croesus has put in place several initiatives to provide its employees with the highest quality experience. They benefit from free access to a gym, subsidies for retirement pension plans and sports activities, a generous retirement plain, free breakfast, unlimited vacations, and several activities linked to wellness.
“The fulfillment of our talents is at the heart of the unlimited possibilities that Croesus employee experience offers. All of our business decisions are greatly influenced by their impact on the happiness of our team. We aim to build an inspiring organisational culture that responds to the reality of the professionals of today and tomorrow” stated Yanie Bernier, Director, Employee Experience.
Founded in 1987, Croesus is a FinTech offering cutting-edge, easy to use, and highly secure wealth management solutions. With over 180 employees in Montréal and Toronto, the Canadian leader draws on expertise and know-how to provide products and services tailored to the needs of the financial services industry. Its portfolio management solutions and application programming interfaces (APIs) maximize performance, and its data analytics tool allows financial services professionals to make informed decisions. Through the years, Croesus has won several awards as a high-quality product vendor, as well as an employer of choice. In 2019, Croesus acquired softTarget, a company specializing in portfolio rebalancing, whose flagship software iBalance is being integrated with its sophisticated solutions offering.
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