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ICICI Bank Canada: Routing Number - Transit Number

Below is the complete list of ICICI Bank Canada Branches and the Routing/Transit Number Info. across the Canada.
Bank State City Address Postal Code Routing Number Transit Number
ICICI Bank Canada AB Calgary 145-4851 Westwinds Dr NE T3J 3J8 034011002 11002-340
ICICI Bank Canada BC Surrey 7110 120th St-Unit 110 V3W 3M8 034060002 60002-340
ICICI Bank Canada BC Surrey 7110-12th Street-Unit 110 V3W 3M8 034090002 90002-340
ICICI Bank Canada ON Brampton 4520 Ebenezer Road-Unit 4 L6P 2R2 034012002 12002-340
ICICI Bank Canada ON Brampton 1 Bartley Bull Parkway L6W 3T7 034020002 20002-340
ICICI Bank Canada ON Mississauga 3024 Hurontario St-Unit G12 L5B 4M4 034070002 70002-340
ICICI Bank Canada ON Scarborough 5631 Steeles Avenue East-Unit #1 M1V 5P6 034040002 40002-340
ICICI Bank Canada ON Toronto 130 King St W-Suite 2130 M5X 1B1 034010002 10002-340
ICICI Bank Canada ON Toronto 150 Ferrand Dr-Suite 700 M3C 3E5 034030002 30002-340
ICICI Bank Canada ON Toronto 130 King St W - Suite 2130, 1404 Gerrard St E M4L 1Z4 034050002 50002-340
ICICI Bank Canada ON Toronto 150 Ferrand Dr-Suite 700 M3C 3E5 034080002 80002-340


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