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The United States and Canada enjoy the world’s largest and most comprehensive trading relationship, which supports millions of jobs in each country. The two countries trade more than $2 billion in goods and services daily.
Although the relationship between the United States and Canada is historically close, Canada has its own customs, laws, rules, regulations – and potential -- that require just as much attention and insight as those of our more distant trading partners.
PNC Bank, through its full service branch in Canada ("PNC Canada"), can help your business succeed in this important market. Our team offers many years of combined experience and our services include:
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PNC Canada offers a comprehensive suite of cash management services that can be tailored to help you efficiently manage your Canadian receivables and payables.
PNC Canada's cash management services can also complement PNC's U.S. products and services so clients with cross-border operations can utilize services such as PINACLE®, PNC's top-rated online banking portal, and A/R Advantage, PNC's wholesale lockbox solution, to support their operations in both countries.
PNC Business Credit is a leading provider of cash flow lending and second lien financing. We offer cross border financing for U.S.- based companies and domestic financing throughout Canada. We are positioned to meet the needs of mid-sized companies.
We believe most companies have strengths that may never appear on a balance sheet or an income statement. Our flexible capital solutions can help you meet your goals.
PNC Canada’s Corporate Bank provides a wide range of competitively-priced committed and uncommitted revolving and term loan facilities and letters of credit* in Canadian or U.S. dollars to corporate and commercial clients.
These facilities can assist with operating expenses, capital equipment purchases, acquisition/expansion activities, and more.
In addition, syndications and club deals can provide flexible access to satisfy larger capital needs, including acquisitions, and can help you take advantage of emerging opportunities.
*Letters of Credit are provided by PNC Bank, National Association
PNC Equipment Finance (“PNCEF”) is a recognized leader in providing equipment financing solutions to clients throughout the U.S. and in Canada through PNC Canada.
In Canada, PNCEF offers financing solutions to large corporations, as well as governmental agencies on a wide range of equipment assets. We provide operating leases, loans or capital leases to our clients, assisting them in acquiring the assets they need to run their business. In addition to our direct finance solutions, we offer manufacturers, distributors and equipment resellers finance programs that have proven to increase their equipment sales and provide them a competitive advantage.
David Olsen is a financial services executive with more than 20 years in the industry, and is the Regional President and Principal Officer for PNC Bank Canada Branch in Toronto, Ontario.
Working across a broad spectrum of financial services in the United States and Canada, Mr. Olsen has developed expertise in corporate banking, treasury management, business and retail banking, and risk management.
Prior to his current role, Mr. Olsen held a number of leadership positions, including Chief Operating Officer, Regional Sales Director, and Division Manager.
Mr. Olsen serves on the Payments Committee of The Canadian Bankers Association. He is the Chairman of the Board of Directors for the Greater Toronto Area Chapter of The American Chamber of Commerce and the Founding Chairman of Select USA in Toronto.
Mr. Olsen holds a Bachelor of Science Degree from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio.
Eric Brock currently serves as Chief Operating Officer for PNC Bank Canada Branch in Toronto, Ontario, and has more than 20 years of financial services experience in sales, business management, and regulatory compliance across retail banking, commercial banking, and investment banking.
Prior to joining PNC Bank, Brock held senior roles in anti-money laundering and sanction compliance, operations, regional program management, and investment banking relationship management for Canadian and international banks in Canada and in Latin America.
He holds a master’s degree in business administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University, Toronto, and a bachelor of arts with honors degree from the University of Toronto. He is currently completing a master’s degree at the University of Toronto Law School in the law program.
*Payables Advantage is offered by PNC Bank, National Association.
PNC Equipment Finance professionals offer special expertise to finance the following assets in Canada:
*For questions regarding Aviation Finance contact Steve Adatia.
Prior to depositing checks drawn in a currency other than that of the Designated Account, you must seek approval for exception processing by contacting PNC Bank Canada Branch as described in the Master Banking Services Agreement. Lockbox remittances received in a currency other than that of the lockbox will be processed in accordance with your instructions provided during implementation. To review these options, contact your treasury management officer.
Leveraging our arrangement with the Royal Bank of Canada, clients can be pre-approved to make deposits at more than 1,300 RBC branches in Canada.
All billing for Treasury Management services are integrated through Corporate Account Analysis (CAA). At present, services are billed in USD.
PNC Bank Canada Branch offers its depositors the ability to receive incoming Canadian EFT/ACH payments, incoming wire transfers (with electronic advices), branch deposit services, and wholesale lockbox with imaging and data transmission options. With six lockbox sites throughout Canada, we can help you process your collections efficiently, obtain data on your funds availability, and maximize your cash flow.
Mail is received at the lockbox site by 8:30 a.m., when Canada Post is finished processing for the day. Canada Post has no mail pickup on weekends or holidays and has only a single shift Monday through Friday. Standard lockbox reporting time is 4:00 p.m. Earlier times are available upon request. Consult your treasury management officer for more details and options.
A pre-authorized debit (PAD) is a withdrawal from your account at a financial institution (FI) that is initiated by a company or an FI that has your authority to do so. PADs are often used as a convenient way to make recurring payments to an organization or transfer investment funds on an ongoing basis. Frequent use of PADs includes mortgage and utility payments, membership dues, charitable donations, RSP investments, and insurance premiums. The requirements for PADs are set out in the Canadian Payments Association’s Rule H1. Your company may also originate PADs. For more information, please consult your PNC treasury management officer and check out the Canadian Payments Association’s Business guide to the power of the pre-authorized debit at http://www.cdnpay.ca/imis15/eng/Home/Payment_Guides/Businesses/eng/business/pay ment_guides/business_power_of_pads.aspx
PNC Bank Canada Branch offers online access to all your Canadian treasury management functions, including current-day reporting, lockbox and outgoing check images, EFT origination, and much more.
Previous-day reporting for PNC Bank Canada Branch accounts is available via PINACLE®. Through PINACLE’s Multibank Services, you can view your bank accounts around the world and determine your global cash position with adhoc FX rate analysis, USD equivalents and custom balance reports.
PNC Bank Canada Branch offers a daily BAI file containing all previous-day transactions processed through the account. The file is transmitted by 7:30 a.m. ET.
Deposits with PNC Bank Canada Branch are held in Canada and are therefore not insured by the United States Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), nor are they guaranteed by the United States Government or any agency thereof.
As a Canadian Schedule III Full Service Branch, deposits with PNC Bank Canada Branch are not insured by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC).
Canada has no float on Canadian dollar check deposits regardless of the time zone.
Canada’s two main interbank payment clearing systems are the Large Value Transfer System (LVTS) and the Automatic Clearing Settlement System (ACSS).
The LVTS is the country’s real-time settlement system, used for high-value and urgent electronic payments (comparable to a wire). It is operated by the Canadian Payments Association (CPA). Also operated by the CPA, the ACSS is the country’s main low-value payments clearing system (comparable to ACH). It is used to process bulk electronic payments as well as CAD-denominated checks. USD-denominated checks can be settled via correspondent banks in New York using the U.S. Dollar Bulk Exchange system (USBE).
There is one centralized check clearing system, with six clearing centers across the country and 11 direct clearers.
The Canadian Payments Association (CPA) operates the clearing of checks and relies on two systems for the clearing and settlement of payments: the ACSS and the LVTS. Additionally, many banks outsource check processing to Symcor/Intria.
 Embassy of the United States of America, Ottawa, Canada, January 2017
PNC and PNC Bank are registered marks of The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc. ("PNC").
In Canada, PNC Bank Canada Branch, the Canadian branch of PNC Bank, provides bank deposit, treasury management, lending (including asset-based lending) and leasing products and services. Deposits with PNC Bank Canada Branch are not insured by The Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation or by the United States Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.
Lending and leasing products and services, as well as certain other banking products and services, require credit approval.
PNC Bank Canada Branch does not provide legal, tax or accounting advice.