Corporate Profile

As an organization, B2B Bank has gone through a number of significant changes over the last two decades. And through it all, we've remained proudly 100% Canadian, independently driven and fiercely dedicated to our clients.

B2B Bank is a Schedule I Canadian bank that serves a network of some 27,000 financial professionals across key business verticals including: financial advisors and their dealerships; deposit and mortgage brokers and their firms; mutual fund and insurance manufacturers; MFDA and IIROC members.

We offer high quality products and services with competitive pricing and exceptional service across all lines of business including:

  • Investment and RSP Loans.
  • Mortgages
  • Banking Services
  • Deposits
  • Investment Accounts and Services

Growth and innovation have defined our company. And today, B2B Bank leads the way in providing integrated financial solutions to the Canadian business community.

Our History

B2B Bank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Laurentian Bank of Canada. In 1996, Laurentian Bank acquired North American Trust's personal and commercial portfolios forming a division known as Agency Banking. Four years later, Laurentian purchased Sun Life Trust Company and merged the business with the Agency Banking division. On July 1, 2000, the resulting organization was re-named B2B Trust. On November 16, 2011, with the purchase of MRS Group of Companies¹, B2B Trust became the leading independent provider of Investment Accounts and Services to financial advisors in Canada. On July 7, 2012, the company became a Schedule I bank and was renamed B2B Bank. Today, B2B Bank's head office is located in the heart of Toronto's financial district and has regional representation from coast to coast.

Fast Facts about B2B Bank:

  • We are a leading third-party investment and RSP loan supplier in Canada
  • We are a premier supplier of wholesale broker deposits
  • We were among the first to develop and offer online inter-institutional fund transfer capabilities

¹MRS Group of Companies included M.R.S. Inc., M.R.S. Securities Services Inc., M.R.S. Correspondent Corporation, and M.R.S. Trust Company.