It’s **a 6-digit number that identifies the branch of your bank where your account is held**. The digits are typically grouped in pairs.

What is a bank branch number?

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- This number is your branch number. It is usually two digits. It
**represents the branch you first opened your bank account at**. For example, if you opened your bank account at your bank’s first branch, the branch number would most likely be “01.”.

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- 1 How do you find your bank branch number?
- 2 What does a bank branch number look like?
- 3 How many digits is a bank branch number?
- 4 How do I find out my branch number?
- 5 Is branch number the same as transit number?
- 6 Is branch number the same as transit number RBC?
- 7 What is my branch number RBC?
- 8 What bank is 004?
- 9 What is a Canadian bank branch number?
- 10 How do I find out my bank transit number?
- 11 What is my TD bank transit number?

## How do you find your bank branch number?

Look directly beneath the check number. You should see a much smaller number that identifies the bank branch where your checking account was originally opened. This is the branch number.

## What does a bank branch number look like?

The first set of numbers (4 digits) is your branch (or transit) number. The second set (7 digits) is your account number. If your account number only has 6 digits but a form requires 7, simply add a 0 to the start. For example, 123456 is 0123456.

## How many digits is a bank branch number?

fills with your account’s 5-digit Transit (Branch) number, 3-digit Financial Institution number (004) and 7-digit Account number.

## How do I find out my branch number?

Your branch (transit), institution, and account number are located on the bottom of a cheque for the relevant account, as shown below. If you do not have cheques or cannot find the numbers shown, you will need to contact your bank. 4

## Is branch number the same as transit number?

Are branch numbers and transit numbers the same? Yes, transit numbers and branch numbers are the same. A transit number is a unique code that identifies your bank branch.

## Is branch number the same as transit number RBC?

Yes, transit numbers and branch numbers are the same. A transit number is a unique code that identifies your bank branch.

## What is my branch number RBC?

You can also go into your Online Banking, under “Bank Accounts”. Beside each account, you will find a 5-digit transit number (before hyphen) and a 7-digit account number (after hyphen). The institution number for RBC is 003. Or, you can call us at 1-800 ROYAL 1-1 or visit your branch to get this information.

## What bank is 004?

The Financial Institution Number (Bank Code) for TD Canada Trust is always 004. It is also sometimes referred to as the ‘Bank Code’.

## What is a Canadian bank branch number?

A Canadian bank code is a unique number that identifies Canadian banks for the purposes of transfers. A Canadian bank code should consist of either an eight (8) digit code, a three (3) digit institutional code plus a five (5) digit transit or branch code (i.e. 000- 00000 or 00000-000).

## How do I find out my bank transit number?

If you have a checkbook, the easiest way to find your bank transit number is to simply look at the bottom left corner of any check. Your transit number should be printed there. If you don’t have any checks, the transit number is still relatively easy to find.

## What is my TD bank transit number?

If you don’t have a cheque, the easiest way to get your account information is from the pre-filled Direct Deposit form (PDF). This form pre-fills with your account’s 5-digit Transit (Branch) number, 3-digit Financial Institution number (004) and 7-digit Account number.