Alberta's largest home-grown financial institution
Member Since 2016
Employees 1926
Locations 30
Local Suppliers 78%
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420 2nd Street SW
Calgary, AB T2P 3K4
(403) 297-2009
#100, 801 6th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2P 3W2
(403) 297-6206
#700, 585 8th Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2P 1G1
(403) 974-3336
3630 Brentwood Road NW
Calgary, AB T2L 1K8
(403) 297-8164
#264, 6455 Macleod Trail SW
Calgary, AB T2H 0K3
(403) 297-6503
12012 Symons Valley Rd NW
Calgary, AB T3P 0A3
(403) 974-3440
480 Crowfoot Crescent NW
Calgary, AB T3G 5H7
(403) 974-5767
#200, 11488 24 Street SE
Calgary, AB T2Z 4C9
(403) 920-3000
1200, 33 Heritage Meadows Way SE
Calgary, AB T2H 3B8
(403) 974-3700
#140, 11 Ave SW
Calgary, AB T2R 0B8
(403) 648-8658
Suite 245, 555-8th Ave SW +15 West Tower
Calgary, AB T2P 1G2
(403) 731-3355
3620, 17 Avenue SE
Calgary, AB T2A 0R9
(403) 297-6507
2140, 34 Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2T 5P6
(403) 297-7163
48 McKenzie Towne Avenue SE
Calgary, AB T2Z 3S7
(403) 974-6048
217, 16 Avenue NW
Calgary, AB T2M 0H5
(403) 974-5222
#800, 388 Country Hills Blvd NE
Calgary, AB T3K 5J6
(403) 226-7377
#3000, 11595 Rockyvalley Drive NW
Calgary, AB T3G 5Y6
(403) 208-4070
50 Saddletowne Circle NE
Calgary, AB T3J 0H5
(403) 974-5341
130, 15 Sage Hill Plaza NW
Calgary, AB T3R 0S4
(403) 974-8989
G106, 1301 - 16 Ave NW
Calgary, AB T2M 0L4
(403) 974-8144
#100, 303 Shawville Boulevard SE
Calgary, AB T2Y 3W6
(403) 297-2831
#106B, 9705 Horton Road SW
Calgary, AB T2V 2X5
(403) 255-3653
1337 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, AB T2G 0K5
(403) 974-8666
102 8 Avenue (Stephen Ave) SW
Calgary, AB T2P 1B3
(403) 974-5700
#600 2555 32 Street NE
Calgary, AB T1Y 7J6
(403) 974-5240
1110 - 17th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2T 0B4
(403) 974-5380
#300, 151 Walden Gate SE
Calgary, AB T2X 0R2
(403) 731-3420
#202, 917 - 85th Street SW
Calgary, AB T3H 5Z9
(403) 663-4545
601 Stewart Green SW
Calgary, AB T3H 3C8
(403) 297-3979
3660 Westwinds Drive NE
Calgary, AB T3J 5H3
(403) 663-6161
Affiliations
Awards
  • Best Workplaces for Millennials (Alberta Venture) 2015
  • Best Employers in Canada (Aon Hewitt) 2015
  • Alberta’s Top Employers (MediaCorp) 2011-2015
  • Top Employers for Young People (MediaCorp) 2011, 2014, 2015
  • Lipper Fund Award for Best Mixed Asset Funds Group 2013
  • 50 Best Employers in Canada (Aon Hewitt) 2011-2012
  • National Philanthropy Day Award (Edmonton Association for Fundraising Professionals) 2012
  • Canada’s Top 100 Employers (Mediacorp) 2012
  • Edmonton Mayor’s Award for Innovative Support by a Business for the Arts 2011
  • Dan H. Minchin Award - outstanding community service 2011
  • International Communitas Award - Excellence in Community Service for a Company-Sponsored Volunteer Project 2011
Environmental Initiatives
  • Recycling
  • Renewable energy
  • Energy efficiency programs
  • Green cleaning products
  • Eco-friendly paper products and administrative supplies
  • FSC-Certified paper
  • Waste reduction
Commitment to Employees
  • Benefit package

REAP SUSTAINABILITY PROFILE (2015)

CO2 Emissions Saved (kg)
978,000
Waste Diverted (kg)
38,329
Dollars Donated ($)
12.1 million
Hours Volunteered
19,000

Since 1938, ATB Financial has grown from one small treasury branch to become the largest Alberta-based financial institution.

ATB Financials main business goals are:

  • To be THE place to work
  • To serve the community
  • To be number one in every market it serves

These goals are ordered purposefully, as ATB values its people and community first. ATB has ranked highly for Best Place of Employment as determined by several organizations.

ATB Financial is working towards greening itself with Bullfrogpowered ABMs, purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates, and encouraging others to do the same by offering reduced mortgage rates on green homes and a similar discount for loans on fuel-efficient vehicles.

Besides people and the environment, ATB cares deeply about wildlife. The ATB Financial Legacy Fund was created with a $5 million loan from ATB, paired with a yearly donation that will cover the interest on the loan. The loan will support Ducks Unlimited Canada’s Revolving Land Program to fund the purchase and restoration of thousands of acres of wetlands. Over the 10-year partnership, an estimated 60 projects will be funded, resulting in 9,500 acres of restored wetlands. 

ATB also sponsored the Swift Fox Conservation Program which, undertaken by the Calgary Zoo and its partners, re-established the previously endangered swift fox population in Alberta, as well as the Alberta Birds of Prey Foundation in Coaldale -- dedicated to rehabilitating and releasing injured birds of prey back into the wild, captive breeding and releasing of endangered species, and increasing public environmental awareness.