As Canada’s leading non-bank provider of personal loans for almost 100 years, we know great employees make a strong company.
We offer talented people like you a dynamic work environment that encourages collaboration and fresh perspectives, and a culture that supports diversity, respect and empowerment.
If you’re looking for a place that celebrates and rewards your achievements, you’ve found it – Fairstone.
At Fairstone, we pride ourselves in creating a work environment where diversity is embraced, employees are recognized for their achievements, and treating each other with respect and integrity is part of our everyday.
A key pillar of our corporate policy is the inclusion of Women & Diversity. With a workforce composed of 67% women, and a 2019 Parity Certification from Women in Governance, a Canadian non-profit organization dedicated to supporting women in leadership development and career advancement, Fairstone is proud to commit to and foster a diverse, inclusive work environment.
Fairstone cares about communities as much as we care about our employees. We are committed to making a difference in local communities by supporting national organizations and local charities across Canada, such as JA Canada and United Way Centraide Canada.
Each year, Fairstone employees take time away from their workplaces to participate in Community Matters Month. As a group we uphold our commitment to building stronger relationships with our communities and each other by giving back to charities and organizations that matter to each of us.
Fairstone is Canada’s leading non-bank provider of responsible lending solutions. With 235 branches coast to coast, Fairstone provides personal loans and home equity loans designed to suit today’s borrowing needs. Fairstone also partners with a wide network of businesses to deliver flexible retail purchase and automotive financing programs. With roots in Canada for over 95 years, Fairstone is committed to making a difference in local communities through support for initiatives focusing on financial literacy and health and wellness, among others. – less