Good financial planning helps you achieve your savings goals. Whether you are accumulating funds for your enterprise or liquidities to invest later on for a particular project, or even saving up for an emergency fund, consider using one of our liquidity solutions.

Altamira High-Interest CashPerformer® account

The Altamira High-Interest CashPerformer® account is a savings account* where the interest is calculated daily on the account balance. Interest is paid monthly on the last day of the month and when the investment is refunded. The invested amounts are available at any time after giving 1 business day notice. The principal and interest in the Altamira High-Interest CashPerformer® accounts (Canadian dollar accounts only) are covered by the deposit insurance offered by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC). The maximum insurable amount is $100,000.

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* The Altamira High-Interest CashPerformer® is offered by National Bank of Canada through National Bank Securities Inc. (NBS), an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank, and distributed by NBS. National Bank of Canada is a member of the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC). CA$ CashPerformer accounts are eligible for CDIC insurance, subject to CDIC rules and regulations.

Money market funds

Money market funds invest depositors’ savings in short-term securities such as Treasury bills, short-term bonds and banker’s acceptances. The objective of a money market fund is capital security and steady income. As an added benefit, the risk level is very low.

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National Bank Money Market Fund
National Bank Corporate Cash Management Fund
National Bank Treasury Management Fund
National Bank U.S. Money Market Fund

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Tips
  • Have you thought about signing up for our Systematic Investment Plan?
    It is an easy way to invest in liquidity solutions, by having withdrawals made automatically from your bank account. You can start with as little as $25 per withdrawal. The strategy is simple and effective for building up your savings.


  • Have you thought about a Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA)?
    This type of account is used for saving, mainly for short- and medium-term projects. Eligible investments include shares, mutual funds or GICs.