Imperial Bank of Canada

Imperial Bank Of Canada

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The Imperial Bank of Canada was a Canadian bank.

Founded in 1873 as the Imperial Bank in Toronto by Henry Stark Howland, former VP of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. The bank became the Imperial Bank of Canada in 1874.

In 1875, the president of the Imperial Bank of Canada was H.S. Howland. The bank had a capital of $1,000,000. The head office was on Wellington Street, Toronto, Ontario. The Imperial Bank of Canada branches were in St. Catharines, Ontario Ingersoll, Ontario Welland, Ontario and Port Colbourne, Ontario.

In 1875, it amalgamated with the Niagara District Bank.

Although George Albertus Cox became the bank's president in 1890, Howland remained at the bank until his death in 1902. Cox remained President until 1906. Daniel Robert Wilkie succeeded Cox as president of the Imperial Bank of Canada and died as President in 1914.

Imperial Bank of Canada acquired Weyburn Security Bank in 1931 and Barclays Bank in 1956.

It merged with the Canadian Bank of Commerce in 1961 to form the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce.

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