TD Bank institution number, transit number and routing number.
Find the Toronto-Dominion Bank institution number, transit number, and routing number for domestic or international wire transfers. And if you’re transferring internationally, save on fees with Wise.
What is a transit number and a routing number?
In Canada, banks and other financial institutions identify their branches with a unique transit number (also known as branch numbers). A transit number is made up of five-digits and together with the institution number they form a routing number.
- The transit number - five digits - shows which branch you opened your account at.
- The institution number - three digits - identifies your bank.
- The account number - seven to twelve digits - identifies your individual account.
Bank routing numbers are used to process cheque and electronic transactions such as funds transfers, direct deposits, digital cheques, recurring loan and bill payments.
There are two different formats to routing numbers:
- Electronic Transactions Routing Numbers (ETF): 0XXXYYYYY
- Paper Transactions Transit Numbers (MICR): YYYYY-XXX
- where XXX is the institution number and YYYYY is the transit number.
TD Bank institution number.
An institution number is the three-digit code assigned to each bank to uniquely identify it.
The institution number for Toronto-Dominion Bank is 004.
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Transit number for Toronto-Dominion Bank.
|Routing number||Transit number (MICR)||Branch||Address||City||State|
220 Dundas Street
St Thomas Main
1063 Talbot Street Unit 85
Hamilton St & 12th
1904 Hamilton St.
220 Dundas Street
TD Centre Branch
201 Portage Ave
10205 101 St
Ouellete & Wyandotte
596 Ouellette Avenue
220 Dundas St
220 Dundas Street
Eaton Centre Mall
1080 Douglas St
46 King St. E.
Rene-Levesque, 800 Boul Rene-Levesque West
Calgary TD Square
317 7th Avenue SW
Where to find the TD Bank transit number on a cheque?
Your TD Bank bank transit number and institution number can be found at the bottom of a cheque.
How to find your TD Bank transit number?
Here are some of the ways to find your routing number:
- On this website – We've listed transit numbers for some of the biggest banks in Canada.
- Online banking – You’ll be able to get your account, institution, and transit number by logging into online banking.
- Cheque, bank statement or deposit slip – bank-issued cheque or bank statement.
If your bank transit number is only four digits long, add a 0 in front of the number. Example: Branch 1011 is 01011.
If your account number only has nine digits but a form requires 11, simply add two zeros in front. For example, 123456789 is 00123456789.
Your transit number and institution number are there to make sure your payment arrives to its recipient safe and sound. This page is a great place to start when you’re looking for your TD Bank branch number. But it’s always worth checking the right account and routing number with your bank or your recipient.
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Bank codes FAQ.
Yes, transit numbers and branch numbers are the same. A transit number is a unique code that identifies your bank branch.
The transit number and routing number are not the same. In Canada, the routing number is a combination of a five-digit transit number and a three-digit financial institution number. The transit number, also called a branch number, identifies your bank branch.
A routing number is used to process cheque and electronic transactions such as funds transfers, direct deposits, digital cheques, recurring loan and bill payments within Canada.