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We Serve Only One Community. Alberta.

Oh yes, and we happen to be in your backyard with 172 branches and 135 agencies.



At ATB Financial, we put people first.

We've been doing it for more than 7​5 years. In that time, we've grown from one small Treasury Branch to become the largest Alberta-based financial institution, with assets of $43.1 billion. Today, 5,300 team members help more than 710,000 customers in 244 Alberta communities.

Like our clients, we're Albertans. Through a network of 172 branches, 135 agencies, and a Customer Care Centre, we work beside them and with them in their communities, and we root for their success because it's our success too.

We're proud of what we do and we're proud of the people who help us do it. ATB was named one of Canada’s 50 Best Employers in 2015 by Maclean’s Magazine in partnership with Aon Hewitt – in fact we made to the top 10! In 2014, ATB was also named one of Alberta's top 65 employers and one of Canada's Best Employers for Young People by Mediacorp Canada Inc., one of Canada's Passion Capitalists by Knightsbridge, and one of the 50 Most Engaged Workplaces in Canada by Achievers.

Our Purpose Discover why ATB Financial was created and what we’re doing to make Albertans proud. Our History See where we’ve been, how we’ve evolved, and where we are today. ATB News Releases Stay up to date on what’s happening at ATB. ATB Governance Find out how ATB Financial is run, and learn about the governance policies and processes that add value for our stakeholders. Executive Team Meet the people responsible for ensuring that ATB helps you reach your goals. Our Business Read more about ATB in our business plans and financial reports. ​​
Dave Mowat

President and CEO

Dave Mowat is a banker, drawn to the business 30 years ago by a keen interest in the financial industry and kept there by his love for getting the customer the best deal.

Read more about Dave Mowat 

Awards and accolades


2015 Annual Report


Chapter One 2016 – 2018

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Financial results at the year ending 
March 31, 2015:

Net income: $328.7 million
Assets: $43.1 billion
Deposits: $30.6 billion
Loans: $37.7 billion
Equity: $3.0 billion



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