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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is the fifth-largest bank in Canada by assets and one of six that collectively hold almost 90% of the nation's banking deposits. CIBC is more Canadian-focused than some of its more international peers, although this is changing after the acquisition of PrivateBancorp. The bank plans to eventually have up to 25% of revenue coming from the U.S. Despite having one of the larger domestic branch networks, CIBC’s products haven’t typically had top share in Canada, though the bank had made significant strides in multiple categories for years starting in 2011, as the bank increased share in multiple categories and increased product numbers per customer. This improvement has admittedly slowed down recently.

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Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is Canada's fifth-largest bank, operating three business segments: retail and business banking, wealth management, and capital markets. It serves approximately 11 million personal banking and business customers, primarily in Canada.

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81 Bay Street, CIBC Square
Toronto, ON, M5J 0E7, CAN
Industry Banks - Diversified
Employees 50,427

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FAQs for Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Stock

Yes. CM has a forward dividend yield of 5.84%. See CM’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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CM’s market cap is 52.74 Bil.
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CM’s stock style is Large Value.
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CM’s price/sales is 2.42.
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CM’s price/forward earnings is 8.40.
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CM’s price/book is 1.17.
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CM’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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