What is a non-redeemable GIC?
When you buy a non-redeemable GIC, you agree to invest a certain amount of money for a set length of time (term) to benefit from a fixed interest rate. When your term is up, you can either cash in your GIC – and get your initial investment back plus interest – or renew your term and keep growing.
A low-risk investment
You are guaranteed to get your initial investment back, plus interest, at the end of your term.
Your interest rates are consistent for the length of your term, no matter what the market is doing.
Save for the short-term or invest for the long term with our competitive rates.
Purchase your Non-Redeemable GIC
To get started, choose one of the following options:
I'm a Scotia OnLine customer with an Investment Plan
Purchasing with Scotia OnLine is fast, easy and secure.
I'm a Scotia OnLine customer without an Investment Plan
You'll need a Registered Plan or a Non-Registered Plan to purchase your GIC. Opening Plans on Scotia OnLine is fast, easy and secure.
I'm not a Scotia OnLine customer
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Your non-redeemable GIC options
All non-redeemable GICs are available as part of a registered or non-registered investment portfolio, and can be automatically renewed on maturity.
Only deposits held in Canadian currency, having a term of five years or less and payable in Canada are insurable under the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act.
Equal payments available.