Bank of Canada

234 Wellington St
Ottawa, ON, K1A 0G9  Canada
(613) 782-8111
Company Type: Crown Corporation Subsidiary

Whether you say "bank" or "banque", the Bank of Canada is the country's central bank. It is responsible for setting monetary policy (by setting interest rates), issuing and safeguarding currency from counterfeiting, managing the Canadian banking system, and managing funds for the government and other clients. The Bank of Canada works through six regional offices, including one in New York City. A governor, senior deputy governor, 12 outside directors, and the Deputy Minister of Finance oversee the bank, which averages a $1.8 billion profit annually. The funds are contributed to the government.

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Financial Statements

Revenue in USD

Annual Revenue 2017
$1.16 billion USD
1 USD = 1.2764 CAD

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  •  EMPLOYEES (This Site) 1,111
  •  EMPLOYEES (All Sites) 1,250
  •  REVENUE (MIL USD) 1,159.15
  • Incorporated 2001
  • FISCAL YEAR END DEC

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  • Stephen S. Poloz
    Governor
  • Filipe Dinis
    Chief Operating Officer and Member of the Board of Directors
  • Carolyn Wilkins
    Chief Financial Officer
  • Norman Betts
    Member of the Board of Directors
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