Invest in a Bridgewater Bank Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) and watch your money grow. The rates below are effective as of today. Our rates were last changed on April 18, 2019. Interest rates are subject to change at any time without prior notice.
|Interest payment option||1 year||18 mth†||2 year||3 year||4 year||5 year|
|Annual compound, paid at maturity, or paid annually*||2.55%||2.60%||2.67%||2.70%||2.75%||2.84%|
|Minimum deposit $5,000|
|Interest payment option||180-269 days||270-364 days|
|Paid at maturity‡||1.55%||1.59%|
|Minimum deposit $5,000|
*On GICs having terms of one year or longer, interest is calculated daily on the principal amount and is either paid monthly, annually, or compounded annually and paid on maturity at the option of the customer as identified on their application.
†Interest compounded at year one and paid at maturity.
‡On GICs having terms of less than one year, interest is calculated daily on the principal amount and is paid on maturity.Simple interest is calculated on the principal amount only. Compound interest is calculated on the principal amount and any accrued interest of previous periods.
- No fees
- Competitive interest rates
- CDIC eligible deposits
- Terms from 180 days up to 5 years – you choose!
- Fixed interest throughout your term
- Minimum investment of $5,000
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Joint deposit accounts
Information about joint deposit accounts
A joint account is a bank account that two or more people share ownership of. Each of the account owners can manage the funds in the account or withdraw funds from it, regardless of who deposited the money into it.
Important things to know about joint accounts
- As a joint account holder, you share equal access to the account. You also share responsibility for all transactions made through the account. In most cases (unless you state otherwise), the other account holder(s) are able to make transactions without your consent.
- All Bridgewater Bank joint accounts are set up with the right of survivorship. This means that if one of the account holders dies, the surviving account holder becomes the owner of the account with the right to deposit, withdraw and manage the funds in the account.
- In the event that an account holder wants to remove their name from the account, the account will be closed and reopened in the name(s) of the remaining account holder(s) with a new account number.
- You are responsible, both jointly and individually, for all transactions, obligations and service charges relating to the account. Bridgewater Bank can disclose your account information to any joint account holder.
Learn more about joint accounts from the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada.