Every First Nation family has the opportunity to have a home on their own land in a strong community.
CIBC is committed to providing financial services to First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Our dedicated Indigenous Banking Team has the knowledge and experience to meet the needs of Indigenous clients — whether they are individuals, businesses or communities. In addition to the team’s strong background in Indigenous banking, we offer products and services with distinct features to address specific financial issues, both on and off-reserve.
At CIBC, we go beyond traditional banking and demonstrate our commitment to the Indigenous community by taking an active role in community-based and national sponsorship, donations and education programs. Since 1993, CIBC has also been a proud supporter of Indspire, a non-profit organization that promotes the development and education of Indigenous people, especially youth, and most recently, supported their Building of Brighter Futures campaign, which funds academic bursaries and scholarships. To learn more, please visit our Indigenous Banking site on cibc.com.
“With a significant housing shortage in many Indigenous communities across Canada, CIBC is pleased to become a lending partner of the First Nations Market Housing Fund, offering Indigenous people another banking option. Through this partnership, we look forward to working with First Nations communities to address the housing issue on reserve and settlement lands.”
— Alicia Dubois, Vice President, Indigenous Markets, CIBC (November 2016)
Alicia Dubois, Vice President, Indigenous Markets
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