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Average Salary For Financial Advisor at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)

C$42,177 - C$78,165
(Median)
C$41K
C$54K
C$62K
MEDIAN: C$54,469
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Compare Employers: Financial Advisor at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC)

Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) TD Canadatrust Scotiabank
Compensation
Salary
C$40,638 - C$62,188
C$43,529 - C$59,180
C$35,441 - C$55,863
Bonus
C$1,750 - C$17,500
C$1,957 - C$9,933
C$1,000 - C$9,000
Profit Sharing
C$866 - C$6,170
C$491.06 - C$4,550
C$743 - C$7,550
Total Pay
C$42,177 - C$78,165
C$43,727 - C$62,718
C$36,513 - C$66,551
     
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Vacation Weeks 3.3 Weeks 3.4 Weeks 2.9 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
10 reporting
53%
9 reporting
47%
11 reporting
61%
7 reporting
39%
9 reporting
45%
11 reporting
55%
Years Experience Breakdown
1-4
5-9
10-19
1-4
5-9
1-4
5-9
20+
Popular Perks Stock purchase plan, Defined benefit (DB) retirement plan, Paternity leave Defined benefit (DB) retirement plan, Paid holidays & vacation, Company pension plan Paid holidays & vacation, Paid sick leave, Defined benefit (DB) retirement plan

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