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  1. Bank of Montreal

    4.00%$200 total return based on$5,000 investment
    Term
    1 Year
    Type
    Non-registered
    Minimum investment
    $1,000

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About BMO Bank of Montreal

BMO Financial Group is a provider of diversified financial services, ranging from personal and commercial banking to wealth management and capital markets services. Overall, BMO Financial Group has over 12 million customers internationally. Specifically, BMO Bank of Montreal handles all of the bank’s personal and commercial banking. When banking with BMO, you can expect 24/7 customer support via online banking, telephone and mobile banking, or branch locations during operating hours.

BMO Bank of Montreal GIC rates

BMO Bank of Montreal has a list of guaranteed investment certificate (GIC) products you can choose from. Within this list, you can find cashable, non-cashable, market-linked, and U.S. dollar GICs. Amongst cashable and non-cashable GIC investments, you can also choose between short-term and long-term investment periods. To buy a GIC from BMO, you require a minimum investment of at least $1,000.

A six-year, non-registered GIC with BMO offers one of the most competitive interest rates in the Canadian market. Interest rates for individual BMO GICs will vary based on term length, with BMO’s 10-year GICs offering the highest rates.

Compare other BMO Bank of Montreal products

As one of Canada’s five largest banks, BMO Bank of Montreal also offers a number of chequing and savings accounts tailored to different customers within its personal and commercial banking services. Within BMO’s products and services, you can find cash back and travel rewards credit cards.

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