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How do I complete my financial institution account information?

Last modified on May 04, 2016

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.