MONTREAL, QUEBEC, CANADA--(Marketwire -07/12/12)- Garda World Security Corporation ("Garda") (GW.TO), one of the leading Security and Cash Logistics Solutions firms in the world, announced today that it has renewed its contract with Laurentian Bank of Canada for a six year period.
The renewed partnership will contribute to enhancing the long-term relationship between Laurentian Bank and Garda. "We are excited at this opportunity to deepen our relationship with Laurentian Bank and play a vital role in its mission to provide the evolving financial services their customers expect and need," said Garda Senior Vice President, Cash Logistics Canada, Charles Roberge. "We share a similar culture of outstanding innovation and customer service, and such a committed relationship enriches both institutions."
Garda (GW.TO) is a global provider of security and cash logistics solutions. With headquarters in Montreal, Canada, the firm's 45,000 dedicated professionals, among the most highly qualified and best-trained in the industry, serve clients in countries throughout North America, Europe, Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Garda works with clients in a broad range of sectors and industries including financial institutions, retailers, governments, humanitarian relief organizations and the natural resources, construction and telecommunications industries. Garda's global experts take the time to fully understand their clients' business goals and objectives in order to customize solutions with strong local engagement that meet their needs.
As a result, clients can improve operational performance, meet their business obligations, and achieve their corporate objectives. With proven experience and a commitment to ensuring the highest ethical standards in everything the company does, Garda has earned a reputation for integrity, leadership and uncompromising safety standards. Most importantly, businesses, governments and individual clients place their trust in Garda. For more information, visit: www.garda.com.
- Laurentian Bank of Canada