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Equity Capitalization (including foreign companies): ARS 7.85 Bn, (USD equivalent 129.75 million) (as of August 2019) Equity Capitalization of domestic listed companies: ARS 1.43 Bn (USD 23.67 million as of August 2019) Equity Average Trading Volume: Daily turnover at BYMA: ARS 1.3 Bn for the period August 2019 (USD equivalent 23 million, considering the end of month exchange rate for the same period). Fixed Income Average Trading Volume: Daily volume at MAE: ARS 28.381 million for the period July 2019 (USD equivalent 480 million, considering the end of month exchange rate for the same period). Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires (BCBA) or Buenos Aires Stock Exchange is the main stock market. Both equities and fixed income instruments trade on the exchange, although the majority of the fixed income instruments trade in the over-the-counter (OTC) market. All transactions executed on the BCBA must be done by an exchange member. Currently, there are 106 companies listed on the exchange. The BCBA is a non-profit, civil association owned by its members. There are other stock exchanges in some main cities around the country, like in Rosario, Tucumán and Córdoba but the volumes are not significant. Mercado Abierto Electrónico (MAE) - is regulated over the counter market and is controlled by the Comisión Nacional de Valores (SEC). The MAE started its operation in 1988, and currently has 90 members. The MAE is an electronic exchange where both public and private issues are listed. Securities Listed includes Government Bonds, Corporate Bonds, Treasury Bills and Mutual Funds. Equities are not listed as per the agreement between the MAE and the stock Exchange in May 1993. At MAE all trades are not guaranteed and done electronically. Salta Stock Exchange The Salta Stock Exchange commenced operations on October 22, 2009. The province of Salta is located in the Northwest of Argentina. The opening of the Salta exchange is part of the stock exchange regional development programme to facilitate the access of different regional companies to the Capital Market. The Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires (BCBA), the Argentina Stock Exchange and the Mercado de Valores de Buenos Aires SA (MERVAL), the Stock Market, signed an agreement on 1 March 2013 to create a new market called Bolsas y Mercados Argentinos S. as part of the new Capital Market Law 26.831, issued on 28 December 2012, in order to integrated the capital market through mechanisms for interconnection. operates a trading system for corporate securities and government bonds called Concurrent Market, where trades are executed either screen-based, or in the traditional open out-cry mode on the floor of the Bolsa in an automated order-matching system. Merval guarantees the settlement of all trades executed in the Concurrent Market. Trades on government and corporate bonds may also be executed on the Continuous Trading Session (with or without Merval's Settlement guarantee). 1) Concurrent Market In the , there are two distinct trading methods: (a) The automatic trade execution, which is based on offers input through either workstations installed in brokers' offices or those available at the floor of the exchange. These workstations allow trading through the ), which records all bids and offers. Bids and offers are registered according to the "time-price" priority, which prioritises bids and offers according to the best price and time that they are input into the system. (b) The open outcry execution, which involves the registration of trades through tickets (minutas) completed by the broker and then input into the Merval System. The negotiations made by this method are commonly referred as those "trades executed on the floor of the exchange." Both SINAC and open outcry trading produce the registration of trades in a unique price and volume structure that feed a single structure of offers by securities. Bids and offers are matched based on Merval's "best offer" policy. According to this policy, trades are matched at the lowest market price (in the case of a purchase) and at the highest market price (in the case of a sale). Merval acts as the clearing agent for trades executed on the BCBA by its members on a net basis for both cash and securities. Those financial institutions that are not members of Merval do their own clearing directly between counterparties. The main features of the open out-cry mechanism carried out on the Floor are as follows: 2) Continuous Trading Session Brokers and brokerage firms may trade in this segment, either by buying or selling government and corporate bonds for their own account, or by executing trades with another broker/brokerage firm, or any other intermediary, by means of direct negotiations. Unlike the open out-cry, in this system the best-offer rule does not apply and traders´ compensations as well as stock market and stock exchange fees are implicit in the price agreed upon. Trades must be reported in real-time for their dissemination, registration and publication. Counterpart trades are settled by , and may be channelled through the guaranteed or the non-guaranteed segment. Fixed Income Market Both primary and secondary market transactions executed at the MAE are done electronically through its trading systems: SIOPEL (), which is used for the primary market. While government and corporate bonds may be traded on either the BCBA or the MAE, bonds, including government securities, are generally traded on the MAE. Trading Software - SIOPEL During 19, Mercado Abierto Electrónico S. developed a specialised software package for the trading of securities, namely SIOPEL or (Electronic Transaction System). SIOPEL is operated from the mainframe computer and distributed through direct links to MAE’s Broker/Dealers. Under its client/server architecture, applications are distributed to each Broker/Dealer’s workstation on TCP/IP-connected Windows terminals. ISIN: Yes Other: Each issue is assigned two local codes, a numeric code and an alphanumeric code, which are interrelated. The numeric code has four digits and a different number is assigned when the issue grants different rights. This code is used by the (CDV), the central depository, for all transactions. The alphanumeric code, used by the BCBA, has five digits and is used for electronic board display. Within the local market, participants use the local code to instruct to the CDV. (CNV) - Argentine Securities and Exchange Commission: is the governmental agent dependant on the Executive National Power that rules all the securities market including public offering and agents, with similar functions to those of other Markets Regulators such as the SEC in the United States. BASE supervises the quotation of private securities in the MERVAL, as well as being a well-reputed arbitrator for business issues or disputes. As compensation for its services, it collects a fee from the issuers seeking quotation and on each transaction carried out on MERVAL’s floor. Equity: Securities trading cycle can be T 0, T 1 or T 2 as arranged with the counterparty at the time of closing the transaction. No inter-broker pre-matching is performed by the stock exchange or clearinghouse. Fixed Income: Fixed income trading cycle can be T 0, T 1 or T 2. Fixed income instruments are settled via book entry transfer at the depository and physically outside the depository environment. Physical bearer bonds can settle outside the depository. Book-entry and registered non-endorsable bonds and equities normally settle at the depository. On the MAE, the settlement is arranged between counterparties and may be done through Argenclear, CRYL, Clearstream or Euroclear. In the Argentine market short selling can only be performed by local brokers provided that they borrow the shares from Merval’s (Argentine Stock Market) securities lending program on trade date (three days prior to settlement date). For equities and book entry bonds, same day turnarounds are possible by using the Immediate Transfers of the Electronic Transfer System or, if the delivering broker presents a certified transfer slip () from the CDV with sufficient time for the custodian to take the shares in and make delivery to the other party before market cut-off times. Turnarounds can also be done if the delivering counterparty has a custody account with RBC Investor & Treasury Services' subcustodian and has sufficient position within cut-off times. Turnarounds for physical bonds are difficult and must be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Caja de Valores (CV): is the Central Depository, the only institution authorised to receive joint deposits of securities. The CV only receives transfers and physical securities and that it does not perform transactions in pesos or dollars. Central de Registración y Liquidación de Instrumentos de Endeudamiento Público As an alternative to C. V., the Central Bank can also act as a depository for new Public fixed income instruments issues. In order to deposit in “CRYL” the express authorisation from the client is required. MAE-CLEAR : The clearing and settlement agent for the OTC bond market (MAE) was launched on August 30, 2000. Argenclear provides a real delivery-against-payment environment for OTC transactions executed by members of the MAE. It should be noted that this institution allows clearing for both securities and cash on a net multilateral basis. Once the counterparties’ cash availability has been verified, the securities are transferred through Caja de Valores. MAE-CLEAR has been created that incorporates a guaranteed segment for clearing and settlement of transactions executed on MAE. MAE-CLEAR replaced the clearing agency ARGENCLEAR S. A for the traditional bilateral segment on April 30, 2015. BIS is an international organisation which fosters cooperation among central banks and other agencies in pursuit of monetary and financial stability. The Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) uses three common structural approaches, or models, to categorise the links between delivery and payment in a securities settlement system. Book Entry: Securities are lodged in the subcustodian’s depository account. Each member of CV (Central Depository) maintains a master account (depositante number), under which it establishes sub-accounts (comitente number) in the name of its clients. Depository records constitute official registration. Transfers are affected through book-entry on settlement date. Physical: To re-register physical securities, the CVSA directs the company’s registrar to transfer ownership. Corporate bonds held physically are registered through the Registering Agent, the register agent functions can be performed by the company itself or they may appoint a third party for those services, such as local banks or CV. Some unlisted equities may be issued in physical form, since physical securities are rare should be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. The physical registration process may take three to seven days, during which time securities are blocked from trading. These are registered directly with the company’s registrar, the registration process in these cases will take approximately seven days, and a special Power of Attorney is needed in order to perform the transfer. This process, however, is rare in the market since the Argentine market is highly dematerialised and almost 99% of securities are held in Caja de Valores. Share holdings may be required to be disclosed by the beneficial owner, particularly when holdings reach or exceed prescribed disclosure limits. Investors must ensure that they comply in full by reporting such holdings to the appropriate organisations for this market, within the timeframe required. If you have any questions regarding this issue we encourage you to consult your legal counsel. Failure to comply with reporting requirements may lead to penalties and/or other sanctions. Purchases or sales representing more than 5% of the voting rights of a company must be reported to the CNV within five days, as per Decree 677/2001: Transparency Regime. The same procedure is to be followed each time there is a subsequent change that represents multiples of 5% of the voting rights of the company, until the shareholder acquires the condition of controlling party, where they will be subject to the specific requirements for such shareholders. There are no official buy-in practices, although there are informal market practicesavailable for local brokers trading at Mervals floor. If a broker must deliver shares, and for any reason does not have them, it can lend the shares for two days. After that period, if the shares are still owed, the Merval will buy the shares on the broker’s behalf. Even if there is no established penalty, brokers do not want to be bought-in, as this could affect their reputation. For trades outside Merval there is no official buy-in or established penalties. However, failure to complete transactions may result in high interest claims. Claims for failed transactions are usually arranged between parties involved. There is a securities lending program at Merval, but it is available only for local brokers to ensure delivery in the guaranteed market. The regulations governing securities lending emphasise that the securities lending program is designed only for covering fails. Equity lending is rare and occurs only between brokers. Money laundering is an especially sensitive issue in Latin America. Every country has a dedicated team, usually part of a compliance area that is dedicated exclusively to the money laundering risk control complying with the local legislation. There are Central Bank regulations that outline the guidelines for Anti Money Laundering to which local banks have to adhere to. The main regulations are: Communications A3094, A3217, A3779, A3831, A3863, A3867. These communications are available at the Central Bank website. Furthermore, the Financial Information Unit (UIF) sets forth additional guidelines. All the above require to report any suspicious activities involving possible money laundering activities. Please note that the opening of accounts in Argentina does not require the approval of local regulators, but does need to comply with the market account opening documentation package and Anti-Money laundering requirements established by the authority. Additionally, brokers should require further information on all wire transfers executed to pay for the securities purchasing. The new requirement applies to the broker / agent, in respect to their relationship with their clients, in order to comply with the authority request. Since December 2011, Local Authority has reinforced the importance of obtaining a local tax identification code (CDI) with the aim to align Anti-Money Laundering controls: customers must obtain a CDI for registering customer’s financial activity being performed in the market. Additionally, the BCRA, in order to increase Anti-Money Laundering controls and to prevent Terrorism Financing aligning with international standards, has requested specific information to be populated when funds are transferred in the market due to an RVP or free cash transfer though the Electronic Payment System (MEP) of the Central Bank. For clients serviced out of certain locations this is an FII market. Please refer to the Terms & Conditions for Global Custody or contact your RBC Investor & Treasury Services client Manager before making portfolio investments. Foreign investment in Argentina is regulated by Foreign Investment Law No. Certain filings and formalities must be taken care of when purchasing assets of certain industries (broadcasting, banks, insurance companies, privatised companies). Media and Communication Under Argentine laws there are applicable limits for foreign investments regarding media and communication sector companies. Foreign investors can invest in up to 30% of the capital and votes of an Argentine media and communications entity. Such percentage may be increased if, and to the extent to which, the country of origin of the foreign investor permits an Argentine investor to participate in media companies in excess of that limit. Media and communication companies comprise newspapers, magazines, publishing companies, broadcasting services, production of visual and digital contents, advertising companies, and internet providers. In the particular case of broadcasting companies, no foreign individual can directly purchase stock. If the purchaser is an entity, specific advice should be sought. Gas and Energy Some limits are applicable on gas and energy sector companies for local and foreign investors (i.e. a gas generator cannot have controlling interest in a gas transportation or distribution company). Financial Services When a foreign or local investor wants to acquire shares of a local bank, depending on whether or not securities of such bank quote in an exchange and other aspects, certain formalities should be taken care of with the Central Bank of Argentina. With respect to insurance companies, transactions being either mergers or acquisitions, as defined on Section 46 of Law 20.091, must be authorised by the Superintendence of Insurance Companies. Privatised companies When referring to privatized companies, depending on what was established in the termsand conditions of the bidding process, certain restrictions may be imposed on the acquisition of assets of the privatised companies (e.g. that a percentage of the shares be owned by the State). However, this process must be analysed on a case by case basis. Stock and Exchange Markets with Public Offering As per the New Capital Market Law and CNV resolution 622, no shareholder may own, directly or indirectly, individually or jointly, more than twenty percent participation of the outstanding shares of any Stock or Exchange Market with public offer in Argentina. Additionally, shareholders owning more than two percent of outstanding shares these markets shall inform to the CNV of any net change in such holding. Communication “A” 5974 Non-residents are subject to the below conditions if they purchase Lebacs (Treasury bills) issued by The Central Bank of Argentina. Communication “A” 5974 established that the maturities of the Lebacs were to be divided in two (2) categories. Communication “A” 5974 established that both categories may be subscribed by non-residents, but “Sector Interno” can only be held through local accounts at the Central Depository (not eligible in ICSD). Whereas the “Sector Externo” are also eligible in an international depository. Lebacs already issued prior to May 17, 2016 were not impacted. This communication removes the 120 day holding period for portfolio investments and eliminates the requirement to provide proof of the FX inflow and use and flow of funds. As a result, non-resident investors will only have to provide the corresponding FX template declaring the concept of the transaction. FX templates to be used have been updated, most recently in July 2017. Note that the BCRA previous approval will still be required if entities under which funds are registered in the market are either domiciled, have residences or jurisdiction not included in the list of cooperating countries for tax transparency purposes as per Decree 589/2013. On September 2, 2019, the government has enacted emergency controls and restrictions on the foreign exchange (FX) market in Argentina. These measures are effective immediately until December 31, 2019. As a result, all FX standing instructions with our subcustodian have currently been put on hold until further notice. In December 2019, the Central Bank has extended the validity of FX controls after December 31, 2019, with no expiration date. For versus payment transactions, if the transaction settles using the Electronic Transfer System, payments are effected once the securities are received through the system. For settlements done via paper-based forms, there is an exchange of the CDV transfer form against payment at the local custodian’s window at their designated branch. As the shares are blocked for delivery to the receiving party, a certified transfer form ensures timely credit of securities and the earliest possible payment. Payment is generally effected in one of two ways: payment through the electronic payment system from Central Bank of Argentina called (MEP), or book transfer between Internal bank accounts. The most common forms of payment are through the MEP system and book transfer payments. The central bank form 4090 is used only as a contingency measure. If payment is effected through the MEP system, the party delivering the securities will either transfer the securities via the Electronic Transfer System or present the certified transfer form to the receiving party’s financial institution. The financial institution paying the funds will issue a confirmation letter to the broker stating that the funds will be transferred to the specified account and will execute the transfer through the MEP system. Funds transferred through MEP have same day value and availability, and the risk incurred in the period between receipt of certified transfer and wire of funds is assumed by the investor. Participants in the system have on-line access and are able to see intra-day credits and debits. The majority of financial institutions in Argentina presently use the MEP system. Cash payments using the MEP system are final upon execution. The dividend amount is announced and approved at the annual general meeting and is not official until published officially. Dividend must be paid within 30 days of the ordinary general meeting. Entitlement is based on Ex-date position and investor is entitled to the dividend if the position is traded on Ex-date -1. Ex-date is three days before pay date and two days before record date. Monthly, quarterly or semi-annually depending on the issue. Entitlement is based on settled and registered position as at record date. Record date is 30 days before pay date (for most issues). Certain companies have issued shares with the right to cast multiple votes in any shareholder’s meeting. In such circumstances, it is common for the shares with a single vote to be sold to the public, while shares possessing the right to five votes per share remain in the hands of the controlling shareholders. Once publicly listed, companies cannot issue additional multiple vote shares. By law, shareholders are always entitled to pre-emptive rights with respect to new issues of shares. in order to be able to participate in Shareholder Meetings. Should such shareholders not register, they could be considered as not eligible for attending and exercise their voting rights at shareholder’s meetings. Participation by foreign shareholders in local shareholder meetings may be impeded by the issuers. Annual general meetings and extraordinary general meetings are announced seven to 14 days in advance. By law, all corporate actions announcements must be published in at least one major local newspaper in the company’s state of domicile. According to the Stock Exchange’s listing requirements, the Bolsa de Comercio de Buenos Aires must be notified of all corporate action events for those companies listed on the exchange in order to establish an official ex-date in the market. Standard voting certificate, duly notarised and consularised (or Apostilled) Power of Attorney (one time Po A is requested) and Affidavit duly notarised and consularised (or Apostilled) in case of split voting.10 percent tax on a company’s dividend distribution in cash or kind (excluding those made on the distributing companies’ shares or quotas) in addition to the currently applicable 35 percent withholding tax on the dividend distribution’s portion that exceeds the taxable income. Foreign investors in Argentina are also subject to withholding tax on dividend distributions. The withholding tax rate on dividend income paid on Argentinean securities was increased from 0% to 10% from July 25 2016. Cash Dividends Withholding Tax on shares issued by Argentine companies: Reduced from 13% to 7% dividend withholding rate for distribution of profits accrued during 20 fiscal years. The tax rate will increase to 13% from profits accrued from 2022 onwards. Interest earned by a foreign beneficiary is tax exempt if it originates from negotiable instruments falling within the provisions of Obligaciones Negociables Law 23,576, or from government securities. Interest arising from privately placed debt instruments is subject to a 15.05% withholding tax, to be withheld directly by the issuer of the paying agent. Interest on time deposits, current accounts, and accounts in dollars is tax exempt, provided that there is no transfer of income to foreign governments, for which a certification is required. If there is a transfer of income to a foreign government, it is subject to a 15.05% withholding tax. Transfer of income to a foreign government is generally defined as the investor subject to income tax by the country of their domicile. The Executive Power approved through Law 26.896 and Regulatory Decree 1472/2013, the tax reform that included the CGT for non-resident investors, but no guidelines and procedures had been established in these regulations. However, on July 20, 2017, the tax authority issued Resolution 4095 which suspends Resolution 4094 on capital gain tax (CGT) procedure for 180 calendar days. Resolution 4094 was issued on July 18, 2017, which establishes the procedure for CGT calculation and payment and determines a retroactive application from September 23, 2013 onwards. Please find below the main points of the Resolution:· CGT applies to trading, exchange, disposal and transfer of shares involving a non-resident investor· The tax will be determined as follows:a) 13.5 per cent rate over the sell amount (which represents 15 per cent of the 90 per cent of the gross amount of the transaction); orb) 15 per cent rate over the capital gain – in which case the non-resident will need to provide the withholding agent supporting documentation (e.g. Caja de Valores statement and the corresponding purchase/sale tickets)· In those cases where the buyer of the shares shall be a resident, the withholding agent will be:a) For trades done in exchanges/authorized markets: The Compensation and Settlement Agent (ALy C in Spanish) acting as local brokerb) For trades outside the exchange/authorized markets: The acquirer of the shares· In those cases where the buyer of the shares is a non-resident, the tax will need to be paid through a wire transfer in USD within 5 business days after the sale of the shares. Transfer should be done to the accounts indicated by the tax authority on their webpage. The effective date for this Resolution is 18 July 2017, but will be applicable to trades done since 23 September 2013 onwards. For those transactions done between 23 September 2013 and 17 July 2017, the tax payment will be due on 29 September 2017. The new requirements are being analyzed in detail and the impacts of this new Resolution will be validated with the regulator and other market players. Further and thorough information will be provided to our clients via Newsflash when available. Stamp duty tax applies to any contracts/agreements signed in the city of Buenos Aires, or outside of the city but that cover services rendered within Buenos Aires. Therefore, for an investor who invests directly in Argentina (and not through RBC Investor & Treasury Services), upon the execution of any Service Agreement a stamp duty rate of 1% will be applied over the estimated fees to be collected by the local service provider for the service rendered during the subsequent five years. Foreign Investors will be required to provide an estimate of their assets and transaction volume to be performed/held in the market for the upcoming five years. This will be reviewed by local tax area with the Financial Entity to determine the Tax amount to be paid. Through Law 23.966, amended through Law 25.585, the Argentine government created the Tax on Personal Assets. This tax is assessed on specific assets belonging to individual persons, whether domestic or foreign domiciled, as of December 31 of each calendar year. The tax rate is 0.25% of the value of the assets calculated based on the proportional net worth value based on the issuer 's balance sheet as of the closing of the previous calendar year or taking the public value (if this exist). The company can take up to 10 years to take back funds from their initial recipient of the dividends. At that point they will pro-rate the personal assets tax they wish to recover and request funds back from each company/holder. Law 25.585 designated local companies that issue stock as the responsible paying party for the tax owed on the shares which are owned by local and/or foreign individuals and entities. To this effect the law presumes – without admitting evidence to the contrary – that shares held by entities, corporations, and establishments which are domiciled abroad indirectly belong to individuals. The issuer who has to pay the tax is entitled to recover the expense from the foreign investors ( withholding the tax from dividend distributions or claiming the shareholder to pay them back the tax burden faced by the issuer). Through Law, published in December 2011, through the Official Gazette, the Government announced the extension of the bank accounts’ debit and credit tax exemption during 2013. Foreign investors will continue to be exempt during 2013 from bank accounts’ debit and credit tax if the account is used for financial investments in Argentina in accordance with section 10, subsection s) of the Schedule for decree 380/2001 as amended, or the Competitiveness Law No. Professional and financial services, including custodial services and brokerage house commissions are subject to a 21% VAT. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY FOR LEASE IS A 3200 SQUARE FOOT HOME WITH 7 LARGE ROOMS, 3 BATHROOMS AND LESS THAN 10 MINUTES FROM ARGENTIA. 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Offers an amazing view of the bay, large parking, close to restaurants, gas station, grocery store and liquor store. Rbc argentia rbc henderson RBC Branch & ATM - Winston Churchill & Argentia at 2965 Argentia Rd in Mississauga, Ontario L5N 0A2 store location & hours, services, holiday hours, map, driving directions and more RBC Royal Bank 2965 Argentia Rd Mississauga ON L5N 0A2. Reviews 905 858-8843 Website. Menu & Reservations Make Reservations. Order Online Tickets. Exchange rates quoted in the media are interbank exchange rates, which are used by banks and other interbank participants to buy and sell currencies in the wholesale market. The interbank rate quoted in the media is typically for a minimum amount of US$5,000,000. Usually, when a client completes a transaction it is for an amount smaller than US$5,000,000 and as a result, a retail rate is applied. This rate includes a spread added to the interbank rate to account for market movement between when the client transaction is completed and when smaller client amounts can be accumulated and traded on the interbank market. Exchange rates applied to cash transactions include shipping and handling charges, making the exchange rate for cash less favorable than the non-cash rate. Non-cash rates are applied to paper instruments such as cheques and drafts. Non-cash rates are also applied to incoming and outgoing wire payments and other electronic transactions. These instruments do not require physical storage or movement, and incur less time and cost for processing than cash transactions. Therefore a more favorable rate is applied to non-cash instruments. It is often more beneficial to convert your Canadian dollars to the local currency of your travel destination before you leave Canada. Many banks, foreign exchange kiosks and hotels in other countries charge commission or service charges in addition to exchange rates that are often higher than those in Canada when converting your Canadian dollars to their local currency. The rates provided are for information purposes only, and may not be reflective of rates in the market at the time of inquiry. Foreign exchange rates are subject to change at a moment's notice. Although timely rates may be obtained by contacting a local RBC Royal Bank branch, rates can only be guaranteed at the time the purchase or sale is conducted. Advance notice may be required to obtain some currencies. A routing number identifies the financial institution and the branch to which a payment item is directed. Along with the account number, it is essential for delivering payments through the clearing system. In Canada, there are two formats for routing numbers: An Electronic Fund Transactions (EFT) routing number is comprised of a three-digit financial institution number and a five-digit branch number, preceded by a "leading zero". Example : 0XXXYYYYY The electronic routing number is used for routing electronic payment items, such as direct deposits and wire transfers. MICR Numbers or widely known as Transit Numbers are used in cheques processing. It appears on the bottom of negotiable instruments such as checks identifying the financial institution on which it was drawn. A paper (MICR) routing number is comprised of a three-digit financial institution number and a five-digit branch number. It is encoded using magnetic ink on paper payment items (such as cheques).

I certify that this review is based on my own experience and that I am in no way affiliated with this business, and have not been offered any incentive or payment from the business to write this review. I agree to canada247Terms & Conditions, including to not write false reviews, which is in many cases against the law. Our vision: We at Sultan Exchange are specialists and leaders within the field of Foreign Exchange Solution Management. We guarantee exchange rates significantly better than those offered by the banks both for present and future ... Read more Founded in 1817 as Bank of Montreal, today BMO Financial Group is a highly diversified financial services provider. We offer clients a broad range of personal, commercial, corporate and institutional financial services across Canada and ... Rbc argentia rbc direct investing online RBC has the largest branch and ATM network across Canada. Use our locator tool to find the RBC branch or ATM nearest you. Branch and ATM Locator - RBC Royal Bank - Search Results Please note that the information for Royal Bank of Canada,RBC In Mississauga, 2965 Argentia Rd and all other Branches is for reference only. It is strongly recommended that you get in touch with the Branch Phone 905 858-8843 before your visit to double-check the details and other questions you may have. Bank Holiday Opening hours / times RBC Branch & ATM - Winston Churchill & Argentia at 2965 Argentia Rd in Mississauga, Ontario L5N 0A2 store location & hours, services, holiday hours, map, driving directions and more The downside of international transfers with you bank Banks use SWIFT for international transfers, but it's not the most efficient or cost-effective solution as you you might get a bad exchange rate and pay high fees. We recommend using Transfer Wise, which is up to 5x cheaper and gives you a great rate. You have probably come across the need to find a swift code (or BIC code) because you were asked for it through web banking while trying to wire money to a different bank than yours. This is because almost all banks in the world are members of the swift network that is responsible for money transfers and messages between financial (and even non-financial) institutions, and this system requires the use of these codes. A swift code is a unique identifier for every institution's branch in the world. This code is absolutely vital for transferring money securely from one institution to another and our site is a specialized search engine for these codes and the institutions that carry them. These codes are known as swift codes due to the organization that first introduced them (SWIFT - Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication) but were later standardized as BIC (Business Identifier Codes). A swift code can be formed with either 8 or 11 characters. Generally speaking, most of the time, you will only need the eight-character swift code, that consists of 3 parts: the identifier of the institution (4 characters), the identifier of the country (2 characters), and the identifier of the location (2 characters). However, in some cases, if your bank processes payments through a specific branch you will need the eleven digit code which includes the branch identifier as well. An example code would be BARCGB22XXX which is the unique identifier for the main offices of BARCLAYS BANK PLC based in London, UK. When you browse the swift code database on this website, not only will you be able to locate the BIC code of the institution in question, but you will also be able to find out a plethora of other information related to it. This includes the institution's location as well as every branch's physical address. In addition to this, you will be able to find out both the country and city of origin. Firstly, you can type the name of the institution, the BIC code, or any other information you have into the search box on this page. We believe that an absolutely vital tool when you are receiving or sending money, or simply wish to find out a bit more about how swift codes operate. Alternatively, you can browse our swift code database by country, which makes it very easy to find all the institutions that are members of the swift network in a particular country.