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National Bank of Canada (National Bank) is one of the leading financial institutions in Canada. It is the sixth largest bank in Canada. The bank provides a range of financial services to consumers, small and medium-sized enterprises, and large corporations. It offers personal and business banking, investment banking, securities brokerage, insurance, wealth management, mutual fund and retirement plan management services. The bank operated through a network of 451 branches and 923 banking machines in Canada as of October 2012. It also operates through representative offices, subsidiaries and partnership agreements in the US, Europe and in other regions of the world. National bank is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.
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