Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Toronto-Dominion Bank, Scotiabank, List of banks and credit unions in Canada, Big Five, Bank of Canada, National Bank of Canada, Laurentian Bank of Canada, Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation, TD Canada Trust, Canadian Tire Financial Services, Canadian Western Bank, DundeeWealth, Bank of Alberta, Citizens Bank of Canada, Scotia-Mocatta, Business Development Bank of Canada, First Nations Bank of Canada, ICICI Bank Canada, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Shinhan Bank Canada, Pacific a Western Bank of Canada, Bank West, Manulife Bank of Canada. Excerpt: The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (French: , commonly CIBC in either official language) is one of Canada's chartered banks, fifth largest by deposits. The bank is headquartered at Commerce Court in Toronto, Ontario. CIBC's Institution Number (or bank number) is 010, and its SWIFT code is CIBCCATT. The bank's two strategic business units, CIBC World Markets and CIBC Retail Markets, also have international operations in the United States, the Caribbean, Asia and the United Kingdom. Globally, CIBC serves more than eleven million clients, and has over 40, 000 employees. The company ranks at number 170 on the Forbes Global 2000 listing. The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, as it is known today, came into being in 1961. The bank was formed through the merger of the Canadian Bank of Commerce and the Imperial Bank of Canada. At the time, they were two of Canada's largest banks. The Canadian Bank of Commerce opened for business on May 15, 1867 in Toronto and was founded by the Honourable William McMaster as competition for the Bank of Montreal. By 1874 it had 24 branches. The Imperial Bank of Canada opened in Toronto on March 18, 1875, founded by former Commerce Vice-president Henry Stark Howland. By the end of 1895, the Canad...Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.
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