Invoicing and Payment
The Accounts Payable group within Corporate Services is responsible for the payment processing of all invoices for goods and services on behalf of CIBC's Group of Companies in Canada and the United States.
If you are submitting an invoice to a business unit within the CIBC Group of Companies in North America that does not appear in the following list, please contact the Corporate Services Help Desk for assistance (see contact details below).
|Canadian CIBC Group of Companies|
|Business Unit||Company Name|
|09902||Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC): this business unit is the main CIBC business unit; the majority of goods and services purchased in Canada are related to this business unit.|
|24100||CIBC World Markets Inc.|
|90164||Home Loans Canada (HLC)|
|90172||CIBC Mortgage Inc.|
|90797||CIBC Life Insurance Company Limited|
|91196||INTRIA Items Inc.|
|91581||CIBC Securities Inc.|
|91779||CIBC Investor Services|
|97402||Gestion d’actifs CIBC inc. or CIBC Asset Management Inc.|
|97435||CIBC Asset Management Inc. or Gestion d’actifs CIBC inc.|
|97462||CIBC Private Investment Counsel Inc. or Gestion privée de portefeuille CIBC inc.|
|U.S. CIBC Group of Companies|
|Business Unit||Company Name|
|24200||CIBC World Markets Corp.|
|69569||CIBC Inc. (Real Estate Interim)|
|69574||CIBC Inc. (Real Estate Securitization)|
|69576||CIBC Inc. (Real Estate Construction Bridge)|
|69666||Canadian Imperial Holdings Inc.|
|69676||CIBC Capital Corporation|
|69752||CIBC WMV Inc.|
|69753||CIBC WG Argosy MF1 LP|
|69760||CIBC NY Agency|
|69776||CIBC Delaware Holdings Inc.|
To receive timely payment, the following information must be included on all invoices:
- CIBC Company and Business Unit number (see table above).
- Name and/or email of the CIBC employee that requested the good and/or service (your contact)
Note: This name is very important for invoice approval and timely processing.
- CIBC ‘ship to’ address
- CIBC Cost Centre/Branch Transit/Organization Unit number
- CIBC contract number (if applicable)
- CIBC Purchase Order number (if applicable)
- Supplier full legal name and operating name (if different)
- Supplier 'remit to' name
- Supplier 'remit to' address
- Unique invoice number (not greater than 17 characters) *
- Invoice date
- Invoice payment terms/discount terms
- Taxes applied by tax region
- Tax registration number(s)
- Supplier contact information (who we contact if there is a question about the invoice)
- Description of goods/services provided
- Invoice subtotal amount of the expense before taxes by tax region
- Freight charges (if applicable)
- Environmental charges (if applicable)
- Grand total due to supplier including taxes
- Purchase Order line details (if applicable)
* Invoices that do not have a unique invoice number and/or statements of account are not acceptable documents for issuing payment.
CIBC recommends the following invoice format: CIBC Invoice Format (1200 KB)
CIBC has three methods for suppliers to submit invoices. Following the correct invoice submission process will avoid misdirected invoices and prevent unnecessary delays in processing payment.
High-volume suppliers can be set up to submit invoices electronically using industry-standard EDI 810 interface methodologies. To establish an EDI 810 electronic invoice process, please contact the Corporate Service Help Desk: email@example.com
Supplier mails an invoice to the appropriate CIBC contact:
- Invoice without supporting CIBC Purchase Order — mailed to CIBC contact who requested the goods and/or services or has been designated to receive the invoices for review and appropriate authorization
- Invoice referencing CIBC Purchase Order — mailed directly to CIBC Accounts Payable as specified on the purchase order
Supplier emails PDF/Word/Excel invoice to the appropriate CIBC contact.
The following methods are used by CIBC to remit payment to suppliers:
- Purchasing Card
- Corporate Card
- Canadian dollar cheque
- U.S. dollar cheque
- Electronically via EDI 820 payment with remittance details (for Canadian dollar supplier remittance only with selected Schedule 1 banks)
- Electronically via wire payments (for non-CAD/USD payments only)
To optimize payment efficiency for suppliers, CIBC recommends that selected purchases be settled using a Purchasing Card.
Purchasing Card settlement is used for low dollar, day-to-day operational purchases totaling less than $1,000 per transaction.
Payment Inquires and Assistance
For inquiries regarding payment status, please contact the Corporate Services Help Desk at:
Canada and United States
416-304-4357 or 1-888-383-9818, Option 1; or email APQUERY.Mailbox@cibc.com
For inquiries regarding invoices or payment status for regions outside North America, please contact the following as appropriate:
EFT/ACH payment for Canadian and U.S. dollar payments
Please visit the website regularly for updates on changes to our invoice submission and processing and payment processes.