ATB recognized for thinking globally and impacting locally

March 5, 2019 ATB Financial

Having a culture of resilience has rocketed ATB into global and local spotlight; earning a place on the first-ever Forbes World’s Best Banks List 2019 and being awarded one of Alberta’s Top 75 Employers 2019.

Through uncertain economic times, ATB has maintained strong quarterly results while upholding its commitment to putting people first internally and externally. High standards of customer, financial and digital services have put ATB in the global spotlight, being honoured with a place on Forbes’ World’s Best Bank list. Making the inaugural list as a regional financial institution is a moment we are proud to celebrate as it puts us among global players like CitiBank and ING.

Being recognized locally as a top Alberta employer once again emphasizes how ATB helps team members balance personal and professional life. Through wellness initiatives, allowing the flexibility of working from home, and having innovative corporate and branch environments, the ATB workplace is constantly evolving. Getting involved with charitable and community initiatives—particularly around inclusivity—is also one of the reasons why ATB will always be more than a bank.

President & CEO Curtis Stange is proud of the culture that ATB has built, focused on team members and the 247 communities we live and work in across the province, “We know we have what it takes to help create an incredible future for Alberta. These awards showcase the unwavering commitment every ATB team member has to make banking work for Albertans and in doing so deliver a remarkable experience to our customers.” ​


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