A financial cooperative with deep roots in the community, Caisse de Brome-Missisquoi has 15,457 members. Each caisse member is also a co-owner of the caisse.
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As a cooperative, the mission of the Caisse populaire Desjardins de Brome-Missisquoi is to provide a diversified range of financial products and services. Owned by all its individual and business members, it prioritizes accessibility and treats all of its members equally.
The Caisse focuses on partnering with the community and is known for its considerable social, community and environmental involvement and for the quality of its advice, which is adapted to each member's needs.
Besides contributing to its members cooperative education, the caisse respects standards and practices sound management to maintain an excellent financial situation and increase member returns.
The Caisse populaire Desjardins de Brome-Missisquoi is an integrated cooperative financial institution that offers a complete range of products and services. It stands out for its considerable community involvement.
As a leader in its region, the Caisse contributes to the success of other regional caisses by promoting interrelation. It reaches a younger clientele thanks to its accessibility and it promotes environmentally-friendly business practices.
The Caisse aims to be a leading employer with strong values. Caisse employees, managers and officers are proud to belong to their cooperative and are its loyal ambassadors.
The Caisse populaire Desjardins de Brome-Missisquoi was founded on September 1, 2002. It resulted from the merger of the caisses populaire Desjardins de Cowansville, de Dunham, de Sutton and d'Adamsville.
The caisses merged to accelerate their growth while strengthening their competitive position. The main objectives of the new Caisse are to provide members with access to specialized resources and to better face the competition.
In September 2003, the Caisse joined the Desjardins Business Centre so that its members could take advantage of its team of experts in various areas of the industry.
In 2006, the Caisse created a new Asset Management team to better meet member needs. These employees specialize in investment and financial planning. The Asset Management team is located in special offices in the Caisse head office.
On May 14, 2010, the Adamsville Service Centre closed its doors. The Caisse had noticed how its members' habits had changed and that fewer of them carried out their operations at the Adamsville Service Centre exclusively. More and more members were using new technologies like AccèsD, ATMs and direct payments. Low use and high operational costs forced the closure of the Adamsville Service Centre.