Canadian Western Bank Business Banking

Business Banking

  • Current Accounts
  • Cash Management Accounts
  • Savings Accounts
  • Cash Management Services
  • Investments
  • Loans
  • Real Estate Lending
  • Equipment Financing & Leasing
  • Energy Lending

Business Investments

  • Guaranteed Investment Certificates
  • Mutual Funds
  • Trust Services

Canadian Western Bank Discussion Activity

  • Credit
    Q: Interested in your low rate credit card. Do you service Amarillo, Texas in the U.S. or is it strictly for Canada purposes ?

    Reply Daniel from Dallas, United States
  • Canadian Western Bank 5 Year GIC Account - Deposits
    Q: how is the interest calucatied on the 2.8%, is it monthly annually, etc

    Reply Ruth from Chestermere, Canada
  • Canadian Western Bank 2 Year GIC Account - Deposits
    Q: Does your bank have branches in USA or Mexico?

    Reply Alberto from Ciudad Madero, Mexico
  • Canadian Western Bank 2 Year GIC Account - Deposits
    Q: Does Canadian Western Bank have a GIC that you can make biweekly or monthly contributions while waiting for maturation. I do not want to be able to access the money until maturation.

    Reply Maria Hicke from Victoria, Canada
  • Deposits
    Q: Are funds deposited in a GIC with CWB covered by the FDIC?

    Reply leonard from Toronto, Canada
  • Canadian Western Bank 5 Year GIC Account - Deposits
    Q: I am interested in recommending my investors/savers to purchase CWB GIC's. Can you let me know what needs to be done to become a CWB deposit broker? thks. gm

    Reply Gino from Toronto, Canada
  • Canadian Western Bank 2 Year GIC Account - Deposits
    Q: I recently had a 2 year GIC purchased from your bank to be deposited into my TFSA at BMO. However, I now note your details about no monthly interest and the 0.25% deduction if it is not deposited into a CWB account. My intention was to let all interest accumulate until the bond comes due. If this is the case, am I still losing 0.25% interest on this GIC? I am afraid I do not understand if this rate reduction applies in this case. Please explain. Thank you. Carole Chadwick

    Reply Carole from Kitchener, Canada