Great Place to Work, an organization that evaluates companies based on company culture, has released its 2022 list of Canada’s Best Workplaces in Technology.
Organizations were selected based on Great Place to Work’s Trust Index Survey, which measures the employee experience at each company.
Employees are asked how frequently they experience behaviours that create a great workplace, including, transparency, collaboration, benefits, professional development, and work-life balance.
Here are nine Toronto fintechs that made Great Place to Work’s 2022 list:
Bitbuy, Toronto, 48 employees
Bitbuy is a registered Money Service Business (MSB) in Canada under FINTRAC, providing secure access for all types of users to buy, sell, and trade digital currencies. Bitbuy offers a variety of coins like Bitcoin, Etherium, XRP, and many more.
Bitbuy was founded in 2016 and has grown to become one of North America’s leading crypto marketplaces with over 375,000 users accounting for more than $4.4 billion in transactions. Bitbuy was acquired by Vancouver’s WonderFi earlier this year.
Borrowell, Toronto, 115 employees
In 2016, Borrowell became the first company in Canada to offer credit scores for free, through a partnership with Equifax Canada, and has since introduced additional free services such as weekly credit monitoring, personalized financial product recommendations, and digital tools like Molly, Canada’s first AI-powered personal credit coach. Borrowell now serves over 2 million Canadians.
Last year, Borrowell was named to CB Insights fourth annual Fintech 250, a list of 250 of the top private fintech companies using technology to transform financial services.
Freshbooks, Toronto, 368 employees
FreshBooks is changing the way business owners manage their books. Its owner-first accounting platform, loved by businesses in over 160 countries, takes an easy-to-use approach to managing finances, billing, payments, and client engagement.
FreshBooks, known for its 10x Stevie award winning customer support, serves customers of all sizes from offices in Canada, Croatia, Mexico, Netherlands, Germany, and the US.
Irwin, Toronto, 42 employees
Irwin is a leading capital markets software company building a better way to manage investor relations. By combining modern, easy-to-use solutions with the most comprehensive and differentiated investor intelligence, Irwin delivers insight and support that helps inform strategic business decisions for investor relations and C-Suite teams daily.
Over 1,500 global users companies trust Irwin’s platform and it services companies from all industries and of all market capitalizations with excellence. Irwin was founded in Toronto in 2017 and employs over 100 people globally, and growing every day.
KOHO, Toronto, 233 employees
KOHO is a fintech company on a mission to make financial products that are transparent and intuitive. KOHO offers a full-service spending and savings account with no hidden fees that gives cash back on every purchase, and an integrated app that helps users spend smart and save more.
Earlier this year Toronto-headquartered KOHO closed a $210 million Series D funding and its customer base has surpassed 500,000 users.
Moves, Toronto, 33 employees
Moves is a social finance platform addressing the underserved needs of independent workers in the gig economy to contribute to their financial health.
Moves customers (they call them ‘members’) will earn economic interest in the collective by consuming financial products and taking steps to improve their overall financial health – all while belonging to a growing group of their peers pursuing similar objectives.
Newton, Toronto, 58 employees
Newton operates a trusted low-cost crypto asset trading platform for Canadians, offering a simple and easy way for individuals to on-ramp and off-ramp fiat, buy and sell crypto from a list of over 60 crypto assets, and withdraw or deposit crypto assets, on any device, with access to some of the best prices for crypto assets in Canada.
Newton recently raised a $25 million Series B funding round, led by the partners from DV Chain and with participation from CI Financial and Shopify founder Tobi Lutke.
Properly, Toronto, 86 employees
Properly is a new kind of real estate brokerage that is transforming the real estate experience for Canadians with innovative tools, services and technology that take the stress out of real estate.
With a mission to make real estate customer-centric, Properly strives to create a future where real estate transactions involve dramatically less friction and surprising simplicity.
Wave, Toronto, 336 employees
Wave is an award-winning financial management software company that is changing how entrepreneurs make money, move money and track money.
Wave provides solutions that empower small business owners to simplify their finances while giving them more confidence to run their businesses.