Bank Head Office Worldwide


Loan Calculators
Mortgage Guides
Banking FAQs
Banking Institutions
Central Banks Worldwide



Home  »  Bank of Canada  »  Fifth Third Bank (Canada Branch)
Fifth Third Bank (Canada Branch)

Fifth Third Bancorp is a diversified financial services company headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. As of June 30, 2011, the Company had $111 billion in assets and operated 15 affiliates with 1,316 full-service Banking Centers. Fifth Third operates four main businesses: Commercial Banking, Branch Banking, Consumer Lending, and Investment Advisors.

Fifth Third Bancorp strives for diversity because the Bank recognize the value that different perspectives bring to the way we deliver service. The vision for Fifth Third Bank is to be a growth company that relentlessly meets today's needs while working hard to deliver a better tomorrow for  the customers, employees as well as shareholders.

Fifth Third Bancorp has many important assets, but the most valuable is the established and unquestioned reputation for integrity. The Bank are judged by its conduct, and its must act in a manner that merits public trust and confidence.


Fifth Third Bank Canada branch committed to develop and deliver the most innovative products, manage customer experience, deliver quality service that contribute to brand strength, develop a competitive advantage and enhance profitability, thus providing value to the stakeholders of the bank.

  Fifth Third Bank (Canada Branch)
Category : Schedule III

Address :
12th Floor, 20 Bay Street
Toronto, Ontario M5J 2N8

Telephone : +1 (416) 645-8360

Website :

Search other banks in Canada

Toronto Skyline

Unlike the Schedule I and Schedule II banks, as a Schedule III bank, Fifth Third Bank (Canada branch) are NOT incorporated under the Bank Act and therefore operate in Canada under other government-mandated restrictions. Schedule III banks usually operate within the country's largest cities (being Toronto, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver), under certain restrictions mentioned in the Act. As of October 2010, there were 23 such banks in Canada.

In Canada, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) is responsible for administering a number of federal statutes, including the Bank Act and the Trust and Loan Companies Act, the statutes applicable to the regulation of banks and federal trust and loan companies.


The content comes from Internet, reasonable efforts are made to maintain accuracy of information published.
However, information could contain errors or inaccuracies and is presented without warranty and statutory means.
Viewers are advised to consult their banker or financial consultant for complete information and their professional advise.
No liability is assumed for errors or omissions. All trademarks, logos, brand names and copyrights are the property of their respective owners.

© 2011 - 2015 ® All Rights Reserved