Head office: Toronto (Ontario)
Year of creation: 2008
Company type: public
Sector of activity: financial services
TMX Group is a financial services company and the parent company of the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), Canada’s largest stock exchange. It is a leading exchange operator that includes other subsidiaries such as the TSX Venture Exchange, the TSX Alpha Exchange, the Canadian Depositary for Securities, the Montreal Exchange, Shorcan and Shorcan Energy Brokers, amongst others. These key TMX companies provide trading and listing markets, clearing facilities, depository facilities and other services to the global financial community. They deal with various asset classes such as fixed income, equities and energy. Essentially, they provide financial, information and technological services to the Canadian and global communities. TMX Group has its headquarters in Toronto and offices across Canada in Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal. Other offices are located in the U.S. in the cities of New York, Houston, Boston and Chicago, as well as overseas in London, Beijing and Singapore and Sydney.
TMX group employs over 1400 people in a variety of positions that allow the company to optimally function and achieve its goals. Some positions available are a senior financial analyst, a risk manager, a contract and sales support analyst and a C++ programmer analyst.
TMX Group provides competitive compensation and numerous benefits such as medical and dental insurance, disability insurance, life insurance, maternity and paternity leave. Other benefits include a performance bonus, stock options or equity, vacation, sick and bereavement leave, job training and tuition, and a diversity program.
TMX Group believes in transparency, collaboration and innovation at all levels of its organization. It believes in preparing the next generation of leaders by offering summer work-terms and two-year Rotational programs to new university student graduates. Additionally, TMX hosts the annual Charity Golf Classic that brings clients and communities together in an effort to support charities in their local communities. Its people power the company and are the reason for its success and “getting things done”.
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