Tangerine Interest Rates

Tangerine Overview

Tangerine, is a Canadian direct bank and a subsidiary of Scotiabank. It was formerly ING Bank of Canada . It is a member of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation and like other banks is regulated by the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) a Canadian federal agency that s... read more

Tangerine Discussion

  • Q: how do I log into my business account on line

    Reply stan from Denver, United States

Tangerine Discussion Activity

  • Deposits
    Q: I'm a US citizen living in the Seattle area. I have some Canadian funds I would like to invest. Am I eligible to open a one or two year GIC account with you? If your reply is "yes", please provide a contact phone number so we can discuss further questions. Thank you. Steve

    Reply MrTrimble from Olympia, United States
  • Tangerine 2 Year GIC - Deposits
    Q: Does ING bank have a GIC that you can make monthly or biweekly contributions until maturation AND that you cannot use until maturation?

    Reply Maria Hicke from Victoria, Canada

Tangerine Reviews

  • I was with ING Canada until it was bought out and became Tangerine. I had to move my GIC accounts to Canadian Western Bank as their interest rates were 25$ higher than Tangerines and that made a difference in a six figure account. ING Direct used to have the best interest rates but Tangerine went lower and while still the easiest way to bank, not the most profitable. for large investments.

    Kim from Lethbridge , Alberta , Canada