Canadian Banks ETF Routing Numbers & Transit Numbers (MICR)


A Routing Number/Transit Number is used while doing financial transactions. Routing Number identifies the beneficiary financial institution and the branch to which a payment is being initiated. Routing/Transit Number is essential for making payments through the clearing system.
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BNP Paribas Canada: Routing Number - Transit Number:

Below is the complete list of BNP Paribas Canada Branches and the Routing/Transit Number Info. across the Canada.

Bank Routing Number Transit Number State City Address Postal Code
BNP Paribas Canada 025000040 00040-250 BC Vancouver 595 Burrard Street PO Box 49334, Suite 1733 Three Bentall Centre V7X 1L4
BNP Paribas Canada 025000032 00032-250 ON Toronto 77 King St West, Suite 1400 PO Box 31 M5K 1N8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000011 00011-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000061 00061-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000091 00091-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000101 00101-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000121 00121-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue Mcgill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000141 00141-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000151 00151-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000171 00171-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000181 00181-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000191 00191-250 QC Montreal 1981 Avenue McGill College, Suite 515 H3A 2W8
BNP Paribas Canada 025000025 00025-250 QC Quebec 925 Chemin St Louis, Bureau 350 G1S 1C1
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Canadian Banks Routing/Transit Number
A Routing Number/Transit Number is used while doing financial transactions. Routing Number identifies the beneficiary financial institution and the branch to which a payment is being initiated. Routing/Transit Number is essential for making payments through the clearing system. There are two types of Routing Numbers used in Canada.
There are two types of Routing Numbers used in Canada.

1. EFT Routing Number: EFT stands for Electronic Fund Transactions. EFT Routing Number is a three digit financial institution number and a five digit branch number, preceded by a leading zero.
Example : 000137149
Leading zero: 0
Institution Number: 001
Branch Number:7149

2. Transit Number (MICR)
Magnetic Ink Character Recognition(MICR), is a character recognition technology used by the banking industry to facilitate the processing of cheques. Routing Number can be found at the bottom of the cheque.
Example : XXXXX-YYY
XXXXX : Branch Number
YYY : Institution Number
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What is SWIFT Code/BIC Code?
Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication(SWIFT) has defined standard format of Business Identifier Codes which is called as SWIFT code or BIC Code. It acts as a unique identification code for both financial and non-financial institutions. Swift code is used while transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers, and also for the exchange of other messages between banks. SWIFT handles the registration of SWIFT codes across the world. Read more..