Scotiabank is one of the largest banks in Canada, 3rd by deposits and market capitalization. This is a bank with a strong international presence, serving over 21 million clients globally.
Banks in Toronto
In general, banks in Toronto are opened Mondays to Fridays, from 8 am to 5 pm. There are also a few banks in Toronto which are open on Saturday and Sunday.
Toronto banks' branches with extended hours at airports include TD, CIBC, and HSBC among a few others.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) is the 5th largest bank by deposits in the country. The CIBC’s head office is located in Toronto, Ontario.
B2B Bank is a Canadian financial institution, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. The bank operates as a subsidiary of the Laurentian Bank of Canada.
Equitable bank is a Canada’s ninth largest Schedule 1 bank, that provides preliminary lending and deposit-taking services.
The Manulife Bank of Canada is a Schedule I federally chartered bank and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company, or Manulife Financial. Manulife bank in Canada offers products and services through a network of independent financial advisors in the country.
The National Bank of Canada with 2.4 million clients is considered as the sixth largest bank in the country. It has a head office in Montreal, Quebec and maintains a network of 450 branches and 938 ATMs across Canada.
The Royal Bank of Canada is a Canadian multinational financial services company. RBC Royal Bank is the country’s largest financial institution with over 16 million clients, and a network of 1,419 branches.
Tangerine Bank is a direct banking unit of Scotiabank. Since 1997, it has been known as ING Direct Canada, but in 2012 was renamed to Tangerine.
TD Canada Trust is an SMB and retail banking arm of Toronto-Dominion Bank.
AMEX Bank of Canada is a local unit of American Express, a global US-based travel and financial services company.
Bank of America operates in Canada as a foreign branch of the US-based bank. In the country, the bank is a member of the Bankers Association of Canada and Canadian Payments Association.
BOC Canada is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the largest Chinese bank – Bank of China. The bank operates in the country as a branch of BOC USA, headquartered in New York City.
BNP Paribas Canada is one of the major foreign-owned banks in the country, established there about 50 years ago.
Citibank Canada is a branch of world’s largest financial group – Citigroup, with the head office in New York City.
CTBC Bank Canada is a subsidiary of CTBC, one of the leading Taiwanese banks. It began operations in the Canadian financial market in 1999 and currently has offices in Toronto, Vancouver, Richmond and Burnaby.
Habib Canadian Bank is a subsidiary of the Swiss-based Habib Bank AG. The bank (also known as HCB) operates in Canada since March 2001.
HSBC Canada is the largest foreign bank in the country and the 7th biggest among all the banks operating in the local market.
ICICI Bank Canada is a unit of one of the largest banks in India – ICICI Bank Limited.
ICBC provides in Canada a broad range of banking services targeted at individuals and businesses.
J.P. Morgan operates in Canada since the 1800s and currently has about 1,300 employees. The bank serves clients in offices in Calgary, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Vancouver.
Shinhan Bank Canada is a branch of the Korean-based Shinhan Financial Group. The bank is active in the country’s retail banking market since 2009 and has its head office in Toronto, Ontario.
Societe Generale operates in Canada through its Corporate & Investment Banking arm. The bank has branches in Montreal, Toronto and Calgary.
SBI Canada (State Bank of India in Canada) is a part of the largest Indian bank, operating in the country since 1982.
SMBC Canada is a subsidiary of Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, one of the biggest Japanese banking groups.
The Canadian arm of the global financial corporation UBS AG serves consumers, businesses and institutional clients.
Barclays Canada is a unit of the British-based financial group, represented in the country by its Investment Banking arm.
The Canadian branch of the Capital One Bank offers credit card solutions to customers on the local market for about 20 years.
CCB Toronto is a subsidiary of the China Construction Bank Corporation, one of the major banks in China. It operates in the country under the full-service branch license.
The Canadian branch of Deutsche Bank serves local corporate customers, providing them with world-class corporate banking and securities, asset and wealth management services.
Fifth Third Bank in Canada is a part of the US-based Fifth Third, a diversified financial services company from Cincinnati in Ohio.