The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) is the largest bank in Canada and one of the largest in the world,1 with total assets of over C$1.2 trillion 2 The bank offers a variety of services, including personal and commercial banking as well as insurance and asset management.  


The Toronto-Dominion Bank or TD is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services corporation. TD Bank is the second-largest bank in Canada and the 31st-largest bank in the world.3

With branches across Canada and customers in more than 50 countries, the Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank) is among the world’s 25 largest banks. Its net income in 2017 totalled US$7.9 billion,4 making it one of the top financial institutions in Canada.

Established in 1817, the Bank of Montreal (BMO) is Canada’s oldest bank and one of its largest, with eight million customers across the country. The company has three main subsidiaries: BMO Harris Bank provides commercial and retail services in the US, BMO Capital Markets provides investment management and BMO Nesbitt Burns is its investment advising firm.

The Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) is one of Canada’s oldest banks—2017 marked its 150th year in business. It is also one of the largest. Its four business units—personal banking, Canadian commercial banking and wealth management, American commercial banking and wealth management, and capital markets—control an asset base topping C$565 billion.5