Send or receive money quickly and securely within Canada or internationally with a wire transfer

How to receive a wire transfer

To receive a wire transfer to your CIBC bank account, you must give the sender the following information:

For guidance on locating information, please refer to our FAQ.

Required information

 CIBC beneficiary details

Bank name

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce

Bank address

The complete branch address of your transit — street, city, province, postal code, country



Canadian clearing code and format

NNNNN = your 5 digit transit number

CIBC institution number



Your 5-digit branch transit, including all zeros

Beneficiary account number

Your 7-digit account number

Beneficiary name

Your complete name as it appears on your statement

Beneficiary address

Your complete address as it appears on your statement — street, city, province or state, postal code or zip code, country

Required information

Intermediary bank details

Bank name

Wells Fargo Bank N.A.

Bank address

New York, NY, US

SWIFT code




Fedwire or ABA


How to send a wire transfer

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Sending less than $30,000 internationally?

Use CIBC Global Money Transfer™ to transfer money to over 120 countries including India, the Philippines, China and the United States for $0 transfer1 fee via online or mobile banking.

Learn more about global money transfer.

Wire transfer fees2

Incoming wire payments3


Outgoing wire payments4




Frequently asked questions