Bank of Canada
The Bank of Canada's responsibilities focus on the goals of low and stable inflation, a safe and secure currency, financial stability, and the efficient management of government funds and public debt.
Bank of Montreal
Founded in 1817 as Bank of Montreal, today BMO Financial Group is a highly diversified financial services provider. We offer clients a broad range of personal, commercial, corporate and institutional financial services across Canada and in the United States through BMO Bank of Montreal, BMO Nesbitt Burns, Harris Nesbitt and our Chicago-based subsidiary, Harris Bank.
CIBC offers a full range of products and services through its comprehensive electronic banking network and at branches and offices across Canada, the United States and around the world.
HSBC Bank Canada
HSBC Bank Canada, a subsidiary of HSBC Holdings plc, offers day-to-day banking, lending, and investment products and services through its more than 160 offices.
Laurentian Bank of Canada
Today, with assets of over $15 billion, the Laurentian Bank is ranked seventh among Canadian chartered banks (Schedule I). The Bank has more than 3,200 employees and serves over a million clients through its 204 branches and 315 automated banking machines.
National Bank of Canada
National Bank of Canada is the sixth largest chartered bank in Canada, with assets in excess of $75 billion. The National Bank's head office is located in Montreal and its Canadian network boasts 546 branches, including 454 in Quebec.
Royal Bank rank first or second in most retail products including mortgages and deposits. Their domestic delivery network includes 1,311 branches and other units, and 4,151 banking machines.
Scotiabank is one of North America's leading financial institutions, and Canada's most international bank. Providing innovative financial products and services to individuals, small and medium-size businesses, corporations and governments across Canada and around the world.
TD Canada Trust
Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, with offices around the world, TD Bank Financial Group offers a full range of financial products and services.
American Express in Canada operates as Amex Canada Inc. and Amex Bank of Canada. Providing a range of financial and travel related services for consumers and companies.
MasterCard offers unparalleled payment options with credit, debit and prepaid cards. With each card, you'll enjoy great features such as acceptance at millions of locations, global recognition, and Zero Liability. Plus premium cards offer an array of additional benefits like MasterCard Global Services, Master RoadAssist®, and MasterRental® Insurance Coverage.
The leading payment card program in Canada, VISA® cards are accepted in approximately 600,000 locations across the country. Visa's 26 Member financial institutions have issued over 25.6 million payment cards coast to coast, offering Canadians convenient and flexible payment solutions.
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Business Development Bank of Canada
The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) provides small and medium-sized businesses with flexible financing, affordable consulting services and venture capital. BDC supports the needs of entrepreneurs at every stage of growth.
Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation
The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC) is a federal Crown Corporation. It was created in 1967 to provide deposit insurance and contribute to the stability of Canada's financial system. CDIC insures eligible deposits at member institutions (up to $100,000 per depositor) and reimburses depositors for the amount of their insured deposits when a member institution fails.
Canada Savings Bonds
Learn how Canada Savings Bonds can help you reach your financial goals.
Debt & Credit Legal Encyclopedia
The best way to avoid financial problems is to keep your debt burden light. While some people are struggling with circumstances beyond their control, a job loss or medical emergency, for example, many of us can keep our finances in decent shape by making smart choices about money.
Superintendent of Financial Institutions
OSFI is the primary regulator of federally chartered financial institutions and federally administered pension plans. OSFI's mission is to safeguard policy holders, depositors and pension plan members from undue loss.