Thinking Capital Named One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies

We are excited to announce that Thinking Capital was named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for excellence in business performance for the fourth consecutive year! The Best Managed program recognizes Canadian-owned and managed companies with revenue of more than $10 million who have shown consistent growth and foresight to meet ever-changing market needs.

“We are thrilled to be a Gold Standard winner of Deloitte’s Best Managed Companies Award, as we pride ourselves on our ability to support and motivate our dedicated employees to reach success,” said Jeff Mitelman, CEO and Co-founder of Thinking Capital. “By ensuring we have a goal-oriented group of people, we are able to continue growing as one of Canada’s leading alternative financing and fintech companies. This award is proof that we are continually striving to deliver optimal experiences for small and medium-sized businesses in Canada, as well as for our trusted partners.”

About Canada’s Best Managed Companies

Established in 1993 by Deloitte, Canada’s Best Managed Companies is one of the country’s leading business awards programs recognizing Canadian-owned and managed companies that have implemented world-class business practices and created value in innovative ways. Applicants are evaluated by an independent judging panel on overall business performance, including leadership, strategy, core competencies, cross-functional collaboration, and talent. The Best Managed program is sponsored by Deloitte, CIBC, National Post, Smith School of Business and MacKay CEO Forums.  For further information, visit

About Thinking Capital

Thinking Capital, a leader in the Canadian fintech industry, has reinvented the way small businesses access capital. By combining industry expertise and technology, Thinking Capital enables small business owners to quickly, conveniently and securely obtain capital to grow their businesses. Since 2006, Thinking Capital has extended more than 100,000 unique financings, representing aggregate funding of nearly $1 billion.