The Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) has been expanded

The Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) has been expandedThe Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) has been expanded.

Your owner-operated business or not-for-profit may be eligible for a $40,000 interest free loan. Apply through CIBC Online Banking ® for Business.

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WELCOME TO BUSINESS BANKING.

Your business is unique, and we’ve got your banking needs covered.

Boost your business.

Help revive your local restaurants.

With Revival Rewards™, we’re rewarding you for helping your community. Until August 4, 2020 , you can earn 2 times the credit card rewards when you dine in, order takeout or get delivery from your favourite restaurants.

BUSINESS ACCOUNTS.

Pay no monthly fee † on select CIBC Business Accounts.

Open a CIBC Business Account from anywhere.

Business relief loan.

We’re here to help your business.

Your business may be eligible for a $40,000 interest-free loan.

Full-SERVICE PHYSICIAN PACKAGE.

Supporting physicians through COVID-19.

You play a pivotal role in keeping Canadians safe. If you require financial assistance, we’re here to serve you.

Access funds for your business.

Make a one-time purchase, cover day-to-day operating expenses and protect your business from unexpected cash shortfalls.

Get the financial advice you need.

Relief measures for businesses: Canada’s COVID-19 response plan.

The Government of Canada announced a variety of tax measures to help Canadians facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. This is a quick summary of the major tax changes affecting businesses.

Personal tax measures: Canada’s COVID-19 response plan.

The Government of Canada announced a variety of tax measures to help Canadians facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. This is a quick summary of the major tax changes affecting individuals.

Video: Support and advice for business owners during COVID-19 (12:02)

Andrew Turnbull, Senior Vice President, Business Banking and Jamie Golombek, Managing Director, Tax and Estate Planning provide small business owners with practical support and advice during COVID-19.

Cashflow planning report.

It’s very important to review your cash inflow and outflow, so you may potentially reduce or eliminate shortfalls, and consider whether excess amounts are being effectively used.

Let’s talk business.

Go digital.

Save the trip to the branch and bank online, anytime.

Get a clear view of your banking, accounting and payroll all in one place with CIBC SmartBanking™ for Business.

Contactless payments.

Tap more. Touch less. You can now tap your CIBC credit cards for purchases up to $250. You can also tap credit cards stored on your phone. Available at participating retailers.

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As always, we’re here to help you manage your money. Stay on top of your banking at CIBC ATMs.

Note: Some of our banking centres are closed, but ATMs at these locations are still available. Review a full list of banking centre temporary closures (PDF, 255 KB) Opens a new window in your browser. .

Telephone.

Stay connected, even if you’re offline. Call 1-800-465-2422.

Available to qualified business clients only.

† Pay no monthly fee if you maintain a minimum daily balance of:

$45,000 for the Unlimited Business Operating Account®; $35,000 for the Advanced Business Operating Account™; $15,000 for the Everyday Business Operating Account®.

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