Fonds régionaux de solidarité FTQ Montérégie has granted a $2 million unsecured loan to Diversico.
Brossard, Québec based Diversico is a network of financial services firms serving over 30,000 professionals, individuals and business people.
New funds will be used to support its growth and allow it to penetrate the Ontario market and the rest of Canada.
“Diversico is a perfect example of a services firm that has been able to innovate and leverage technology tools tailored to its needs. This, together with its uncanny ability to analyze portfolios for sale, has allowed the firm to make great strides and we’re proud to contribute to their plans to expand into new geographic markets,” said Johanne Pilon, Regional Director, Fonds régionaux de solidarité FTQ Montérégie.
“This investment by the Fonds régionaux de solidarité FTQ Montérégie speaks to their confidence in our strategic plan. Their support is invaluable for our growth in Québec and across Canada. They have recognized the value of the technology investments we made in order to improve our performance at every level,” commentated Daniel Guillemette, President of Diversico.
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