Morningstar Announces Plans to Add 350 Jobs in Toronto and Increase Local Presence by 40%

This year, about 250 jobs will be created in technology-related functions, the rest in the core business of the organization

TORONTOJune 13, 2022 /CNW/ – Morningstar, Inc. (Nasdaq: MORN), a leader in independent investment research, has announced plans to add 350 jobs to… Toronto this year, expanding its presence in Canada’s most important market.

These are about 250 technology jobs such as software engineers and developers, product managers and project managers. The remaining 100 jobs will be allocated to ESG and credit assessment capabilities.

Morningstar currently employs 700 people in Canada and the additional jobs will give the company a Canadian footprint of more than 1,000 employees.

“When we decided to expand our presence in Canada, Toronto was the obvious choice,” says Kunal Kapoor, CEO of Morningstar Inc. “Toronto is a global city with a thriving technology sector and an abundance of talent in the financial sector. Our expansion to Toronto builds on our growth in North America and globally. †

Morningstar has been providing independent research, data and information in Canada for over a year
20 years via Morningstar, DBRS Morningstar and Morningstar Sustainalytics. The company has been recognized by the Great Place to Work® Canada Institute as one of the best places to work for nine years in a row.

“We are delighted to announce our presence at Torontoand more broadly in Canada, and to enrich our long history in this important market,” says Scott MackenzieChairman and CEO of Morningstar Canada† “Increase the number of employees to Toronto enables us to be closer to our customers and investors. More than ever, Canadian investors need access to independent research, data and information to help them navigate the markets and pursue their financial goals. †

Morningstar estimates that adding these jobs should pump millions of dollars into the local economy each year.

“We are working to ensure that Toronto bounces back stronger than ever and progresses in recovery. This includes continuing to attract people and businesses from all over the world to our city,” said Toronto Mayor John Tory. “This news from Morningstar represents another vote of confidence from a company that sees the value in our city and what we have to offer. I welcome the hundreds of new jobs announced today and thank Morningstar for supporting the cause of Toronto and be part of the exemplary success. †

The Best Workplaces in Canada
the co-workers of Morningstar Canada are part of a company that has been recognized as one of ‘Canada’s Best Workplaces’ for nine years in a row. At Morningstar, employee contributions matter and drive change. We have invested in supporting a community where talented and motivated people can thrive. Our entrepreneurial spirit and unwavering sense of morality guide us in everything we do, all on behalf of investors and to enable them to succeed. Morningstar provides its employees with a healthy and stimulating work environment that values ​​diversity and transparency, and offers education benefits, health and wellness programs, share ownership, regular sabbaticals and flexible leave policies.

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About Morningstar Research Inc. and Morningstar, Inc.
Morningstar Research Inc. is a subsidiary of Chicago-based Morningstar, Inc., North America’s leading independent investment research firm. Europe, Australia and Asia. Morningstar provides data and research information on a wide variety of investment products, publicly traded companies, private capital markets and real-time global stock market data. Morningstar also provides investment management services through its investment advisory subsidiaries, with approximately US$265 billion in assets under advisory and management as of March 31, 2022. The company is active in 29 countries. For more information, visit Follow Morningstar on Twitter @MorningstarInc.

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