CT:BMO Bank of Montreal

Bank of Montreal provides diversified financial services primarily in North America. It operates through three groups: Personal and Commercial Banking, Wealth Management, and BMO Capital Markets. The company's personal banking products and services include checking and savings accounts, credit cards, mortgages, creditor insurance products, and financial and investment advice services; and commercial banking products and services comprise business deposit accounts, commercial credit cards, business loans and commercial mortgages, cash management solutions, foreign exchange, and specialized banking programs for small business and commercial banking customers. It also offers equity and debt underwriting, corporate lending and project financing, mergers and acquisitions advisory services, securitization, treasury management, risk management, debt and equity research, and institutional sales and trading services to corporate, institutional, and government clients. In addition, the company offers trade finance, investment management, online investing, trust and estate services, tax planning, and investment solutions to institutional investors, as well as industry-leading research, sales, and trading services. It operates approximately 1,500 branches in Canada and the United States. The company was founded in 1817 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.

This company cross-lists their shares on a U.S. stock exchange. See the related U.S. symbol BMO.

This company has cross-listed shares that trade in the U.S. as the symbol BMO.

121.49 CAD
As of 09/23/2022


Security Information
Category1:  Global Equity
Category2:  Common stocks
Category3:  Developed markets ex-US
GICS sector:  Financials
Industry:  Banks-Diversified
Index country:  Canada
Country of incorporation:  Canada
IPO date:  01/12/1995
Stock exchange:    Toronto Stock Exchange
Exchange country:   Canada
Market cap:   87,909,769,216 CAD
Current dividend yield:   4.07%
Sedol:      2076009

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