Canada Bank SWIFT Code - Page 2

Below are the SWIFT codes for banks in Canada. These SWIFT codes are only the active participants who are connected to SWIFT network. Passive participants codes are excluded from the list.

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IDBankCityBranchSWIFT Code
51CANADA DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATIONOTTAWACDICCAW2
52CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATIONOTTAWACMHCCAW2
53CANADA PENSION PLAN INVESTMENT BOARDTORONTOCPPBCATA
54CANADA PENSION PLAN INVESTMENT BOARDTORONTOCPPBCATT
55CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCETORONTO(CASH MANAGEMENT / CUSTOMER STATUS)CIBCCATTCMI
56CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCETORONTO(CIBC WORLD MARKETS SECURITIES OPERATIONS (OMGEO))CIBCCATTCWM
57CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCETORONTO(CLS SERVICES)CIBCCATTCLS
58CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCETORONTOPAYMENT AND TREASURY-IDTCIBCCATT
59CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANYMONTREALCNRRCAMB
60CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANYMONTREALCNRRCAMT
61CANADIAN PAYMENTS ASSOCIATIONOTTAWACPAACA2A
62CDS CLEARING AND DEPOSITORYTORONTOCDSLCAT2
63CDS CLEARING AND DEPOSITORY SERVICES INC.TORONTOCDSLCATTSMD
64CDS CLEARING AND DEPOSITORY SERVICES INC.TORONTOCDSLCATT
65CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNIONCALGARY(ALBERTA PAYMENTS SERVICES)CUCXCATTCAL
66CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNIONREGINA(SASKATCHEWAN PAYMENT SERVICES)CUCXCATTREG
67CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNIONTORONTO(CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNION ONTARIO PAYMENT SERVICES)CUCXCATTONT
68CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNIONTORONTO(INVESTMENT DEPARTMENT)CUCXCATTINV
69CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNIONVANCOUVER(CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNION BC PAYMENT SERVICES)CUCXCATTVAN
70CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNIONVANCOUVERCREDIT UNION CENTRAL OF CANADACUCXCATT
71CENTRAL 1 CREDIT UNIONWINNIPEG(MANITOBA PAYMENTS SERVICES)CUCXCATTWPG
72CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK TORONTO BRANCHTORONTOTORONTO BRANCHPCBCCATT
73CIBC ASSET MANAGEMENT INC.MONTREALCGAACAMB
74CIDEL ASSET MANAGEMENT INCTORONTOCTBLCATT
75CIDEL BANK CANADATORONTOCTBLCAT3
76CIDEL TRUST COMPANYCALGARYCTBLCA66
77CITCO BANK CANADATORONTOCITCCATT
78CITIBANK CANADATORONTOCITICATT
79CITIBANK CANADATORONTO(CITIBANK NA CANADIAN BRANCH)CITICATTBCH
80CITIBANK CANADATORONTO(CITN)CITICATT617
81CITIBANK CANADATORONTO(CITT)CITICATT615
82CITIBANK CANADATORONTO(SECURITIES SERVICES DEPARTMENT)CITICATT623
83CREDIT SUISSE AG, TORONTO BRANCHTORONTOCRESCATTVIS
84CREDIT SUISSE AG, TORONTO BRANCHTORONTOCREDIT SUISSE PRIVATE BANKINGCRESCATT
85CTBC BANK CORP. (CANADA)VANCOUVER1518 WEST BROADWAY, VANCOUVER BCCTCBCA8V
86DAIMLER CANADA FINANCE INC.MONTREALDCAGCAMM
87DEUTSCHE BANK AG, CANADA BRANCHTORONTODEUTCATT
88DIRECTCASH BANKCALGARYDIEECA66
89DOREL INDUSTRIES INC.MONTREALDOIDCA22
90ENCOREFX INC.VICTORIAENCRCA88
91ENDEAVOUR MINING CORPORATIONVANCOUVERENDVCA8V
92EXCHANGE BANK OF CANADATORONTOMAIN BRANCHEXBCCATT
93EXPORT DEVELOPMENT CANADAOTTAWAEDCOCAW2
94FCT INSURANCE COMPANY LTDOAKVILLEFCTICATT
95FEDERATION DES CAISSES DESJARDINS DU QUEBECLEVIS(HEAD OFFICE)CCDQCAMM
96FEDERATION DES CAISSES DESJARDINS DU QUEBECMONTREAL(TREASURY AND INTERNATIONAL MONEY MARKETS)CCDQCAMMIMM
97FINNING INTERNATIONAL INCVANCOUVERFNNGCA8V
98FIRMA FOREIGN EXCHANGE CORPORATIONEDMONTONFFFXCA66
99FIRST COMMERCIAL BANKRICHMOND(VANCOUVER BRANCH)FCBKCA8V
100FIRST COMMERCIAL BANKTORONTO(TORONTO BRANCH)FCBKCA8V909

Last Database Update : 06-12-2019

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About SWIFT Codes


SWIFT/BIC codes are used to identify specific banks and branches in international money transfers, making sure your money gets to the right place. These codes are used by banks to process international wire transfers and messages.

All SWIFT codes consist of 8 or 11 characters. An 11 digit code refers to a specific branch, while an 8 digit code (or one ending in 'XXX') refers to the bank's head office. SWIFT code registrations are handled by the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT). The term SWIFT is often used interchangeably with BIC, which stands for Bank Identifier Code.

The tools here are provided for informational purposes only. Whilst every effort is made to provide accurate data, users must acknowledge that this website accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to its accuracy. Only your bank can confirm the correct bank account information. If you are making an important or time-critical payment, we recommend you contact your bank first.