In the Press

Over the years, Canada’s most trusted financial writers and publications have shared Achieva with their readers. We're proud to share just a few:


“Finally, there are plenty of competitors to the big banks paying more than 1.5 per cent, without strings. You can deposit as much money as you want, when you want – and you can withdraw money without prejudicing your interest rate.”
- Changing times: How some banks are encouraging you to save, Rob Carrick for The Globe and Mail


"Cambrian’s Achieva Financial was one of the country’s first online-only financial institutions when it first went live in 1998."
- Manitoba Shakes its Money Maker, Macleans's


“Well, there is an easy answer. Set up a high interest savings account that pays anywhere from 1.35% at ING up to 2.00% at smaller online credit unions like Achieva Financial.”
- Give yourself more money at Christmas, Financial Post

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At press time, Achieva Financial, a division of the Cambrian Credit Union, was offering a one-year GIC for 2.25% and a savings account for 2%. National “alternative” banks...were offering rates in the 1.3% to 1.6% range.
- Where to find yield in 2015, Moneysense