You've got questions. We've got answers.
Is Bridgewater Bank a “real” bank?
Yes, Bridgewater Bank is a real bank having officially received its charter one bank license on January 1, 2006. This means that as a federally regulated financial institution, Bridgewater Bank is subject to the same regulatory and compliance requirements as all Canadian chartered banks.
Where can I find a Bridgewater Bank branch near me?
Unlike a traditional bank, we have no branches with banking hours. Instead, we never close because Bridgewater Bank is a virtual bank. You can visit us at our website, secure banking portal(s) or contact us
Our main office is located at:
Suite 150, 926 - 5th Avenue SW
Where can I learn more about the people behind Bridgewater Bank?
Please visit our Executive Team bios.
What is your fiscal year end and when do you announce your financial results?
December 31st is our fiscal year end. As a wholly owned subsidiary of a not for profit membership corporation, (Alberta Motor Association) Bridgewater Bank's financial results are not publicly disclosed.
How safe are my deposits?
100% of Smart eSavings accounts and GICs offered through Bridgewater Bank are CDIC insured. See our deposit register for a complete listing of eligible deposit products with Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation.
I’m a mortgage broker. Where can I find information that relates to me?
We publish the Bridgewater Bank All Star Broker Portal for our valued brokers. The secure portal will provide you with the information you are looking for as well as many other new features.