Why choose a CIBC Market Linked GIC?

The interest rate is tied to market performance, so you have a chance to earn more than a traditional GIC.

Potential for higher returns

Peace of mind

Low minimum investment

How they work


Income

This may be right for you if you want:

• Regular interest payments, either monthly or annually

• A guaranteed minimum return

• The potential to outperform a fixed-rate GIC

Income and growth

This may be right for you if you want:

• Regular interest payments annually

• A fixed return with the chance of getting a higher return at maturity

Growth

This may be right for you if you:

• Don't need interest payments before maturity

• Want the potential to outperform a fixed-rate GIC but don't need a guaranteed return


What you need to know

Minimum investment

$500

 

Type

Non-redeemable

 

Access

Only at maturity

 

Available terms

2 to 5 years

Account types

Non-registered, RRSP, TFSA

 

Interest

Depends on the investing strategy you choose

 

Renewal

You can't renew your GIC when it matures, but you can invest in a new one

 

Current offerings

To learn more about our Market Linked GICs, visit CIBC Structured Notes Opens a new window in your browser.

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How to invest in a CIBC Market Linked GIC

Step 1 of 3.

What you need to get started

• Your Social Insurance Number

• You must be living in Canada

• A CIBC personal bank account or line of credit to fund your GIC

Need an account? Apply for a bank account or line of credit

• Your GIC account number if you plan to use that account


Step 2 of 3.

Fill out the application

Visit a banking centre. Already a CIBC client? You'll spend less time applying.


Step 3 of 3.

Review the details online

Keep tabs on your GIC using CIBC Online Banking®. Check your maturity date, deposit amount and more at any time.



CIBC is a member of Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC). GICs are eligible for CDIC coverage to a maximum of $100,000.