12 Nov Croesus Wins MercadOr Award
Montreal, November 12, 2015 – Croesus has received the MercadOr Award in the Innovative Human Resources Practices category. For the past 17 years, the MercadOr Awards, which are given annually by Laval’s Economic Development Agency, have spotlighted the export efforts of six Laval companies that shine in the international market.
Winners are selected by a committee that includes the International Business Centre, Export Development Canada, Investissement Québec, Emploi Québec, the Ministry of Economy, Innovation, and Exports, and CLD Laval.
MercadOr recognizes exporting companies in Laval in five different categories: New Exporter, Market Diversification, Expansion Abroad, Export Leader, and Innovative Human Resources Practices.
Since 1987, Croesus has been providing sophisticated, intuitive portfolio management and CRM solutions to wealth management firms throughout North America. Currently, 9,500 investment professionals use the Croesus application to manage over $700 billion in assets. Croesus empowers its clients to offer personalized, transparent and reliable investment services that enable them to build trusting relationships and enhance their value to investors. With its 140 dedicated employees, Croesus is recognized for its ability to efficiently develop and implement its software, migrate complex historical data, and provide accurate performance calculations. By continuously investing in R&D, Croesus ensures it stays ahead of its clients’ needs and provides them the necessary technological edge to remain competitive. Croesus is a 2014 winner of Canada’s Best Managed Companies and has offices in Montreal, Toronto and San Diego.
About Laval’s Economic Development Service
Laval’s Economic Development Agency ensures Laval’s promotion and economic development by seeking new investments, welcoming new businesses, and supporting existing businesses in its territory. For more information, visit lavaleconomique.com.
Frédéric Le Bouar
Director of Product Marketing and Business Promotion