The Bank of Montreal has more than 960 branches and 2,000 ATMs across Canada, as of August 2015. This includes 204 branches in Toronto, 119 in Montreal, 87 in Vancouver, 45 in Ottawa and 45 in Calgary.Continue Reading
Customers can use the company's website to search for nearby branches using an address, postal code, city and province. They can also search for a specific branch using its transit number. Customers can filter their results to find branches that are open on Saturday or Sunday, as well as banks that offer wheelchair accessibility, safety deposit boxes and coin counters. Clients can use the company's branches to open new accounts and change service subscriptions, apply for credit cards, discuss and apply for mortgages and loans, request investment adviser referrals and access ATMs.
The bank is officially headquartered at the historic Bank of Montreal Head Office in Montreal, but it moved its operational head office to Bay Street's First Canadian Place in Toronto in 1977 when it merged with Molson Bank. The Montreal office, on Saint Jacques Street, was developed by the famous architect Andrew Taylor, who designed it in the style of a Georgian townhouse. Taylor designed a number of other iconic branches for the bank, including the ones on Saint Catherine Street and Notre Dame Street in Montreal and the branch on Stephen Avenue in Calgary. The bank also maintains a number of branches in government-designated historical buildings, including on Portage Avenue in Winnipeg, Delta Street in Delta and Wellington Street in Ottawa.Learn more about Banks