Sr. Administration Officer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 May 2017
Jeans days are given for the summer and free lunches are usually announced after a C-Level meeting. Party is held at least once a year and hotel room are even offered for those who can't drive. Otherwise, it's a financial company and time management is key.
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 January 2017
I truly enjoyed the B2B culture and the people I worked with. While at B2B I gained valuable experience working with the departments within Marketing including, Channel, Communications, and Product teams.
Financial service representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 15 September 2016
Financial Service Representative, mortgage loans AGF trust (now B2B bank) Toronto 02/2012 to 03/2013 - Handle all post funding queries for conventional and non-conventional mortgage CMHC insured - Assist clients for their renewal, early renewals with fixed rates or adjustable rates - Advise clients on the refinance for a bigger house, second house, investment property or rental property - Execute payment frequency change for clients monthly, bi-monthly, bi-weekly or weekly
Senior Administrative Officer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 July 2016
This company is definitely expanding and changing with the time towards newer technology. They are also changing their structure towards more contract workers for any students looking towards getting a part time job in between school.
Overall the companies I worked with are good employers
Settlement Administration Officer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 May 2016
A typical day at work is busy especially in the morning. I learned more about settlement of trades and reconciliation of cash and stocks. Management is good. My co-workers are a good team players. There were times that the volume of trades to settle is huge and complicated that is very challenging to finish within the deadline period. Enjoyable part of the job are meeting held on hotels that I was able to see and eat at various hotels in Toronto.
Good benefits and other special events like summer ice cream day
Best bank to work with. Not too corporate compared to the others
Credit Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 April 2016
The company encourages growth, it is comprised of many young people, they provide opportunities for movement around the company. They are supportive of family time/ sick time, and are great motivators (with food!!) during crunch time. The pay is also excellent.
lunches compensated when working overtime, option to work overtime, free coffee and tea, nice break rooms, nice people
Residential Mortage Junior Underwriter (Current Employee) – 199 Bay Street, Toronto, ON – 13 September 2015
Great people to work with and learn from with supportive management. However it is a place where numbers do matter and statistics are looked into. There is a lot of variety of work tasks to learn from and a platform where you can build your skills more. Office politics as expected with any corporate company. Training could be better. Overtime is not mandatory, but expected as much as you can.
Free breakfasts, lunches, dinners when there is Overtime