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Foreign currencies being deposited in savings jar

Take advantage of these new benefits:

  • Diversify your portfolio by holding other foreign currencies
  • Avoid foreign exchange by settling trades directly in U.S. dollars
  • Contribute U.S. dollars from your CIBC U.S. dollar bank account
  • Receive dividends, interest and other distributions in U.S. dollars
  • Receive your Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) payments in U.S. dollars

Foreign currencies available to you

In addition to Canadian and U.S. dollars, you can now hold any of the following
six currencies in your registered account:

  • Euros (€)
  • British Pounds (£)
  • Swiss Francs (CHF)
  • Australian Dollars ($)
  • Japanese Yen (¥)
  • New Zealand Dollars ($)

Get started today


Convert Canadian dollars
to other foreign currencies


Move U.S. holdings to the
U.S. dollar side of the account


Link your CIBC U.S.
dollar bank account

If you would like to invest with foreign currency, contact one of our
Investment Representatives at 1-800-567-3343

The information contained herein is considered accurate at the time of posting. CIBC, CIBC World Markets Inc. and CIBC Investor Services Inc. reserve the right to change any of it without prior notice. It is for general information purposes only. Clients are advised to seek advice regarding their particular circumstances from their personal tax advisors.

CIBC Investor's Edge is the discount brokerage division of CIBC Investor Services Inc., member of the Canadian Investor Protection Fund. CIBC Investor Services Inc. does not provide you with any legal, tax, or accounting advice or advice regarding the suitability or profitability of a security or investment in a CIBC Investor's Edge account. You assume full responsibility for transactions in your CIBC Investor's Edge account and for your investment decisions.

The information on this Web site is general only; it is not intended as specific investment, financial, accounting, legal or tax advice for any individual, and you should not rely on it as such.

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