CIBC recently announced that it celebrated the grand opening of its CIBC Highway 27 and Queens Plate Banking Centre with a $10,000 donation to Youth Without Shelter.
The new banking centre, which will have modern features designed to meet client needs, also hosted an event full of family-friendly activities, according to a news release.
"We look forward to welcoming clients in our new digitally equipped banking centre in Etobicoke where we'll provide a full range of advice and banking solutions to meet our clients' changing needs," Robert Gioacchini, district vice president of CIBC, said in a statement. "As part of CIBC's ongoing commitment to our community, we are happy to mark our grand opening with a contribution to Youth Without Shelter, an emergency residence and referral agency serving homeless youth."
In attendance at the event were Michael Ford, Toronto city councillor, Ward 2, Etobicoke North; Jonathon Dent, senior vice president and region head; Gioacchini, district vice president; Hedy Afsharian, general manager; and Judy Leroux, development and engagement manager, Youth Without Shelter.
CIBC also said that in celebration of the opening, it's offering special offers to clients, including no monthly fees for up to six months on new checking accounts, annual fee rebates for the first year for fee-based credit cards and bonus interest on a CIBC Long-Term GIC, according to the release.