Meridian celebrates win at Canadian FinTech and AI Awards

by Steve Randall21 Nov 2019

Ontario’s largest credit union received the inaugural Best Credit Union award at the recent Canadian FinTech and AI Awards.

The credit union, the third largest in Canada, was honoured for its leadership in technology innovation that helps customers bank better and helps the union to improve its services to those customers.

“Being recognized by our industry peers is a remarkable tribute to our leadership and management teams and also to our employees who consistently apply their passion and commitment to excellence with outstanding results,” said Bill Maurin, President & CEO of Meridian. “Digital banking is one of Meridian’s top strategic initiatives that has already opened the door to new Member acquisition and more households across Ontario.”

The award, sponsored by Central 1, also reflected Meridian’s end-to-end digital banking subsidiary motusbank which launched in April this year.

“The legacy way of doing things is no longer accepted,” said Dave Baldarelli, Chief Digital Officer of Meridian and Chief Operating Officer of motusbank. “We are proud of our history of digital firsts, aligned with our goal to increase overall sense of wellbeing for our Members, starting with finances. Everything we do at Meridian digitally ladders up to our brand promise, where banking feels good.” 

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