When you open an account at a caisse populaire, you become a member of a financial cooperative and enjoy several advantages. Find out more about how to open an account and become a member.
Before choosing an account, consider the following:
- The balance maintained in your account.
- The number and type of transactions you make.
- The access methods you use to make your transactions (ATM, cheques or teller).
What kind of account are you looking for?
|Personal Chequing Account||Non-interest bearing account you can use for your regular transactions.|
|Build-Up Savings Account||Interest-bearing chequing account for your regular transactions.|
|$U.S. Build-Up Savings Account||Chequing account for some of your regular U.S. dollar transactions and savings.|
|High-Yield Account||Interest-bearing chequing account for your regular transactions; earn higher returns if you maintain a certain balance.|
|High Interest S@vings Account||High interest savings account only available on AccèsD Internet and mobile.|
|Regular Savings Account||Savings account with no cheque-writing privileges that allows you to accumulate capital through single or periodic instalments.|
|Daily Interest Savings Account||Savings account with no cheque-writing privileges that allows you to accumulate capital through single or periodic instalments.|
|Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA)||Savings account that can be used to set money aside and make tax-free withdrawals anytime.|
|Enhanced Investment Account||Savings account that combines flexibility and high returns. Ideal way to grow your money for an investment or major purchase.|
Chequing accounts for specific clienteles
|Caisse École Account||Savings Account for elementary school student which teaches them about savings while earning better interest rate.|
|Youth Profit Account||Build-Up Savings Account for young adults and full-time post-secondary students. Use it for your regular transactions or for your savings while earning a better interest rate.|
|Project Savings Plus||Ideal if you are between 12 and 30. This investment comes with an attractive rate and helps you reach your goal sooner (studies, trip, car, etc.).|
Did you know?
Unless otherwise specified, deposits are insured up to $100,000 per person per caisse. In Ontario, Canadian dollar deposits are insured up to $100,000 by the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario. For more information, see the frequently asked questions (FAQ) about deposit insurance.