In order to fund your myLTSA Enterprise deposit account using automatic or manual funds transfer, you will need to enter your branch/transit number, financial institution number, and bank account number in the fields provided.
- The branch/transit number is the 5-digit number that identifies your financial institution's branch
- The financial institution number is the 3-digit number that identifies a financial institution. Here is a list of major Canadian Financial Institutions:
- 001 - Bank of Montreal
- 002 – The Bank of Nova Scotia (Scotiabank)
- 003 – Royal Bank of Canada
- 004 – Toronto-Dominion Canada Trust
- 006 – National Bank of Canada
- 010 – Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
- 016 – HSBC
- 809 – Credit Union Central of British Columbia (all credit unions of BC)
- The account number will most commonly be a 7 to 12-digit number that uniquely identifies your bank account
If you look at a cheque for your financial institution account, you will see your Financial Institution Number, Branch/Transit Number and Account Number shown at the bottom. See: Identifying Financial Institution Account Information.
You can also find this information by contacting your financial institution, through online banking, or a Direct Deposit form obtained from your financial institution.