Members voted by a majority in favour of the regroupment!
We are very pleased to announce that the regroupment between the Caisse d’économie Desjardins des employés en Télécommunication and the Caisse Desjardins des Technologies de l’information has been approved by a majority of members. This is excellent news to ensure exceptional services to members and clients and a flourishing future in the technology field.
Ms. Camille Perron, President of the Caisse Board of Directors, and Mr. Pierre Demontigny, Secretary, signing the official documents approving the regroupment
Mr. Pierre Demontigny, Mr. Jean-François Trudel, GM of the Caisse des Technologies de l’information, Ms. Camille Perron and Mr. Denis Chartrand, GM of the Caisse en Télécommunication
Montreal, September 19, 2022 – At a special general meeting held on September 14, members of the Caisse d’économie Desjardins des employés en Télécommunication voted 91% in favour of the plan to merge with the Caisse Desjardins des Technologies de l’information. As a result, the two caisses will be combined to form an even stronger caisse with more than 13,000 members.
The regroupment will be officially constituted on January 1, 2023, following approval by the Autorité des marchés financiers. The financial services cooperative will manage a business volume of $1.2 billion and represent assets of over $668 million.
This project will foster the development of an even stronger institution that will enable it to establish itself as a key financial leader for workers in the Canadian technology sectors. The Caisse will continue its cooperative mission to contribute to the well-being of the community by supporting various projects through its Community Development Fund, sponsorships and donations. Finally, it will continue to invest in the development of its team’s skills in order to offer high-quality and increasingly specialized financial services to all its members.
This decision will result in few changes for members, but, if necessary, additional information regarding certain technical changes will be communicated to them in the coming months.
Convinced that a regroupment is the answer to the challenges of the future, the directors of both caisses were very proud to welcome the decision of the members of the Caisse d’économie Desjardins des employés en Télécommunication.
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|Jean-Francois Trudel, General Manager, Caisse des Technologies de l’information
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|Denis M Chartrand, General Manager, Caisse d’économie des employés en Télécommunication
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