Your CIBC account information includes:

Branch transit number

This is the 5-digit number that identifies your home CIBC Banking Centre.

Institution number

Every financial institution in Canada has its own unique 3-digit number. The institution number (bank number) for CIBC is 010.

Bank account number

This is a 7-digit number that’s used to refer to one of your unique bank accounts.

Ways to find your transit number and account number

  • Sign on to CIBC Online Banking® and go to “My Accounts” 
  • Find the number associated with your deposit account which appears in the format xxxxx-yy-yyyyy: the first 5-digit number [xxxxx] is the transit number and the last 7-digit number [yy-yyyyy] is the bank account number
  • Check your CIBC account statement or eStatement
  • Look at the bottom of your CIBC cheques for that specific account 
Cheque details. The first five digits are labelled transit number. The next three digits are labelled institution number. The last seven digits are labelled account number.
CIBC Banking Centre information with transit number displayed below the phone number section

Why do I need this information?

Employers, government agencies and other businesses might require your account information to set up a link to your account to transfer funds electronically.

How to send your account information

Sign on to CIBC Online Banking.

Select the desired deposit account in “My Accounts”

Select “Void Cheque / Direct Deposit Info,” in “Deposit Account Details”

Verify your account information as it appears in the popup window and then select “Print”