BUILDING A LEGACY

Founded on the principles of excellence in customer service, integrity in all that we do, respect for one another, and enthusiasm for our mission, we have built a solid foundation for our Company, our team members, our customers, and the communities we serve. The past 20 years has brought many changes, challenges, and successes that are woven into our cultural fabric and make us the Company we are today. These moments have defined us for the past 20 years and while we are continuously growing and changing, our foundation was built to last.

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We are a team. We are one.
We are the TMX Finance Family.

The TMX Cares Fund is our most recent legacy that will live on for future generations. In 2017, we launched our first emergency team member financial assistance fund. To commemorate our 20th Anniversary, we’re challenging team members to raise $20,000 to support team members experiencing extreme financial hardships due to unexpected and critical family crisis’. This will be our first full year offering assistance to our team members and we are excited to meet this challenge!

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Celebrating 20 Years of Building a Legacy

Leaving our mark. Optimizing our impact. Creating something that will live on forever. For the past 20 years, we have worked hard to help people meet their short-term financial needs. We’ve created new financial tools, new innovative IT products, and we’ve built some amazing customer relationships- and we’re just getting started. Leaving a legacy is one of the most powerful things we can do to help our team members, our customers, and our communities. Why? Because leaving a legacy enables us to have influence well into the future, which ensures we’re setting the highest standard of service for many years to come.

How We’ve Built a Strong Foundation

With Passion. At the very heart of our foundation, are our people. Our people have been passionate about building this Company into something great for 20 years and we’re not stopping anytime soon. Through the good times and the challenging times and through the many changes, we have remained strong because of our people. Read how we have transformed over the years and how we support the foundation upon which we were built.

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When Hollywood Learned to Speak Different Languages

Enrique Gonzalez serves as an expert movie critic and writes a weekly column for a local Hispanic news publication in Phoenix, AZ. In addition to his role as a General Manager at TMX Finance® Family of Companies, he has been a local radio and television personality, movie promoter, and most recently, a podcast host. At the beginning of the industrial film era most productions did not have audio. In 1920, the silent cinema was a universal cinema, so the nationality of the actors did not matter nor their voices. Really, the quality Hollywood was seeking were faces that looked good …

Beyond Proud

I learned early on, from growing up Hispanic, that family is the most important part of our culture.  Life brings many uncertainties and in a world of constant change, family is the one constant I will always have. Both my parents were born in Mexico and have passed down many elements of our culture and heritage but placed the most importance on family.  I am from a small border town in Sonora/Arizona called Nogales.  I lived on the Mexican side of the border up until I graduated from middle school and then moved to the American side to finish high …

10 Ways to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

Diversity in thought, background, and culture has always been one of the driving forces behind our success at the TMX Finance® Family of Companies. That’s why we’re proud to honor the unique contributions and individual achievements of our Hispanic and Latinx Team Members during Hispanic Heritage Month. This month, celebrated in the U.S. on September 15th through October 15th, pays tribute to the contributions and influence of the Hispanic and Latinx communities. Lyndon B. Johnson declared National Hispanic Heritage Week in 1968 and it was later expanded into a 30-day period by Ronald Reagan in 1988. With Hispanic and Latinx …

TMX Women of the 20th

TMX Women in Leadership

We have some of the best executives leading our Company and many of them are women! As a way to recognize our women leaders, we are celebrating their many contributions and achievements throughout the year. We launched this monthly series on International Women’s Day, March 8, 2018.

Each month, we are featuring a different female leader in the Company on our new Women in Leadership webpage. Here, they are sharing their best and boldest advice about how they have fearlessly pursued their dreams. #PressforProgress

Women in Leadership