Customized financing—because your goals are worth it.
A major purchase, a once-in-a-lifetime experience, or maybe just to reduce your interest payments and consolidate your debt.
With the help of our personal banking specialists, you can choose between a variable or a fixed interest rate, depending on your needs.
Choose a repayment schedule that works for you with terms from one to five years. Prepay, increase your payments or repay in full at any time.
Securing your loan with eligible personal property or investments may help you qualify for a larger amount or help you save money through a lower interest rate.
Key product details
|Interest rate||Fixed or variable, based on ATB's prime rate|
|Repayment term||1-5 years|
|Early repayment||In full at anytime, no penalty|
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can switch between fixed or variable interest rates on your personal loan at any time without penalty.
When the variable interest rate rises or falls, your payments will likely stay the same, but your amortization term will increase or decrease respectively. That means if the variable interest rate falls, you could pay off your loan sooner. The opposite would be true if the variable interest rate rises.
Yes, you can pay off your personal loan in full without any penalty.
In addition to unsecured loans, customers have the option to place a security (i.e. collateral) for the loan that will help them qualify for a larger amount or save money through a lower interest rate. This collateral can be in the form of personal property, investments or other eligible securities. An ATB loan expert can help you determine the eligibility of a security. Learn more about personal loans.
Ready to get started?
Your goals are unique, not one-size-fits-all. With an unsecured Personal Loan, you can achieve your goals in the way that makes sense for you.
Apply online or call 1-800-332-8383 to speak with an ATB loan expert.
Find the loan that's right for you.
Related documents: Loan Agreement Terms and Conditions (PDF)
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