- Toronto, Canada
- 10000+ Employees
- 28 Locations
- Type: Company - Public (CM)
- Founded in 1867
- Revenue: $10+ billion (USD)
- Banking & Lending
"I've grown through many roles at CIBC. I started working here 10 years ago as a banking centre manager. My team today ensures that client-facing team members are thinking about the entire experience at every stage. CIBC has always felt very community-focused. I love helping clients achieve their goals, and I've had excellent access to mentorship. I'm constantly looking for new sources of inspiration. I'm lucky to do work that aligns with my values and passions. I wake up in the morning and smile knowing I truly love what I do." Read more about Melissa's story in The Globe and Mail: https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/adv/article-cibc-trains-for-current-and-future-job-skills/ Or find your next step with CIBC here: https://www.cibc.com/en/about-cibc/careers.html
CIBC has been selected as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers! We’ve been recognized for our hybrid work options, employee-led social committees, enhanced employee training and extensive benefits for CIBC team members and their families. We’re proud to have been selected for this prestigious award and look forward to continuing to make an impact on the lives of our employees, clients and communities. #ProudToBeCIBC #TopEmployers2024 #CanadasTop100Employers
What people are saying about CIBC
19 days ago
I work as a Sr. Business Analyst at CIBC . I have 5 YOE (4 international & 1 in my current job) and am currently making 70k CAD Base in Toronto. I have a Master's degree from a Canadian University. Any comments on whether this figure is correct or underpaid? Would the pay improve if I move to a tech organization? Note: I am considered to have exceeded performance goals this year. So my BA/BSA skills are excellent.
All Things MBB
a month ago
Hi everyone! Need some sincere help in submitting my application for BA role at McKinsey & Company at Toronto office. I’ve been told I’m pretty good with casing by bain and BCG employers/uni alumni, but since I’m a non mba masters (from uoft) with over 2 years of experience as a consultant at cibc, my resume doesn’t get noticed. Please help me get an interview at McKinsey & Company, your referral would mean a lot!
4 months ago
Hi, I am just over a year old in Canada as well as my role with CIBC. My education is based out in Engineering and MBA in Finance but it’s from overseas. I am looking for financial analyst roles. But don’t know how to leverage my education in this country. Any advice or help will be appreciated.
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4 months ago
Hello Everyone! I need advise from anyone and everyone who can guide. I am a Financial Advisor at CIBC (Level 6). I do not wish to stay in the finance anymore. I was thinking of FINTECH that can help me blend my finance skills with IT. What do you guys suggest me to do?
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Every team is different, but the overall culture at CIBC is supportive and tries hard to look for opportunities for people to grow within their role. The bank offers lots of trainings and career paths including opportunities to work in other departments you might be interested in. You'll meet lots of people who came from different areas of the bank, which can add a good point of view to your department. CIBC also has benefits like a defined benefit pension program, which guarantees you a specific amount of money (defined benefit) per month when you retire. They take care of this (you don't need to contribute money to it, they do it all for you) and you get to take this with you when you leave. That's guaranteed money for when you retire (similar to a RRSP - except you don't put any of your own money into it). There's also 5k's worth of Mental Health benefits paid back at 100% so that's pretty much free therapy, weekly, every year. They've got good banking offers like free checking accounts and credit cards, and a 5K interest-free loan you can use for justabout anything you want (they call it a purpose loan). Overall - it's a really solid place to work when it comes to benefits. You can tell they pay attention to it.
Your salary isn't as competitive as it can be at other banks - but some of the benefits help with that. Also, it's a bank, so it's a massive organization. That means if you're a corporate employee (not in a branch) you might spend lots of your time spent bringing people from other departments up to speed on your projects, and launching programs can take what seems like forever to get done. The politics of the place can be annoying - but you just need to shoot your shot sometimes and not let that stuff weigh you down, because there's huge opportunity to make a difference in a company that affects millions of people.
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CIBC Awards & Accolades
- CIBC named one of Canada's Top Employers for Young People for eleventh consecutive year, Mediacorp Canada Inc, 2023
- Canada’s Greenest Employers 2023, Mediacorp Canada Inc, 2023
- CIBC ranked #1 in Canada for gender equality by Equileap for third consecutive year, Equileap Global Gender Equality Ranking, 2023
- Canada’s Top 100 Employers (2024), The Globe and Mail, 2023
- Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for 12th consecutive year, Mediacorp Canada, 2022
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