Why Choose
Fiera Capital?

At Fiera Capital, our people are the firm's most valuable asset.
That’s why we invest in the development of our human capital, further our employees’ career opportunities and provide the tools required to grow and advance through programs that promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Make Your Mark

Make Your Mark

Join a team of passionate, highly-motivated professionals who pride themselves on developing innovative investment solutions that set our firm apart.

The depth of our offering, more strategies, more platforms, enhanced distribution channels and a growing global footprint, enables clients to expand their investment horizons – while opening up a world of opportunities for employees.

It’s a unique entrepreneurial environment where you can make your mark and play a meaningful role as Fiera Capital takes its place on the world stage.

Investing in our People

Investing in our People

  • Continuous learning
  • Career development
  • Employee engagement (surveys and group discussions) and workplace improvement programs

It’s all about deepening our pool of talent by attracting and retaining the best and brightest.

  • 179.5 Billion in AUM1
  • 3rd Canada2
  • 142nd Global3
  • 5 Private Alternative Subsidiaries
  • 815+ Employees Worldwide
  • ~245 Investment Professionals
  1. In Canadian dollars. As at June 30, 2021.
  2. Source: Fiera Capital; 2nd largest independent asset manager, based on total AUM.
  3. Willis Towers Watson “The World’s 500 Largest Asset Managers” (2020)

Career Paths

Claude Guèvremont
Fiera Capital is fast paced and constantly evolving. It’s an exhilarating environment. Although I’m arguably still learning on the job, the firm entrusts me with important new projects. They show a lot of faith in their people – even those just starting out.
Claude Guèvremont, Assistant Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Institutional Markets Montreal

Contemplating her education and career options prior to university, Claude decided that her strong math skills likely would serve her well in the field of finance. In 2010, after obtaining her B. Comm. from Montreal’s Concordia University, she joined Fiera Capital in a temporary role as Analyst, Institutional Markets. “I quickly realized that, despite my degree, I really didn’t know much about finance,” Claude concedes. “Fortunately, I found myself surrounded by high-calibre people…my manager took me under her wing and taught me a lot.” Evidently a quick study, Claude parlayed her temporary status into a permanent position after just three months and, by 2015, had been promoted to a management position. Looking back over the firm’s recent rapid growth, Claude is proud to have played a role in helping build Fiera Capital’s Institutional Team.

Marc Grannum
Fiera Capital offers all the advantages inherent in a large organization, while still maintaining the agility and entrepreneurial mindset of a start-up organization. It’s a unique environment.
Marc Grannum, Manager, Investment Administration, Derivatives and Alternative Investments, Portfolio Administration Montreal

While studying economics at the University of Guelph, Marc decided that he wanted to work in financial services – but wasn’t entirely sure how to get there. After obtaining his degree, he found a job with a large well-known fund administrator, which proved to be a great way to get a foothold in the industry. “I made it my goal to advance my experience and knowledge to the point where I would be able to work on the client side for an investment- management firm.”  That opportunity presented itself in 2013, when Marc started at Fiera Capital as a Senior Portfolio Administrator. A chance to move up the ladder was not long in coming: later that same year, he was promoted to Supervisor, Derivatives Administration and, in 2016, he moved up again to his current role. Marc concedes that the new title (see above) is quite a mouthful, “but it was the perfect opportunity to draw on my previous experience to lead a team that brings value to the company every day in a niche area.”