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Bank of Nova Scotia

 

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Scotiabank is one of North America's premier financial institutions, and Canada's most international bank. Since welcoming our first customers in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1832, Scotiabank has continued to expand its global reach.

 
 

Today, through the team of more than 70,000 employees, Scotiabank Group and its affiliates offer a diverse range of products and services, including personal, commercial, corporate and investment banking, to some 18.6 million customers in more than 50 countries around the world.

The corporate goal is to be a leading multinational financial services provider, based in Canada, by being the best at helping its customers become financially better off.

The confidence in Scotiabank's continued growth and success is founded on several key factors:

  A committed team that lives our shared values and works together to provide our customers with expert advice and service;

  A solid foundation of key strengths and priorities, including a strong capital base, and excellent risk and expense management skills;

  Diversification of our business lines, products and locations, and a clear focus on our strategy.

The strategy of diversification underpins Scotiabank's potential for sustainable earnings growth in each of business lines - Canadian Banking, International Banking, Scotia Capital and Global Wealth Management - over the long term.
 

Scotiabank HQ Location Map

Bank of Nova Scotia
HQ Address: Scotia Plaza
44 King Street West
Toronto
ON M5H 1H1
Tel: +1 416 866 6161
Fax: +1 416 866 3750
Service Centre: 1-800-4-SCOTIA (726842)
Email: email@scotiabank.com
Website: www.scotiabank.com
Banking Hours:
Monday - Friday 10.00am - 4.30pm
 

 


Scotiabank is 'Schedule I Banks' in Canada. In Canada, the Schedule I Banks are defined as banks that are allowed to take deposits, and are not subsidiaries of a foreign bank. Therefore, Schedule I Banks are the true Canadian banks, as the financial institution must be established within Canada to be considered a Schedule I bank which may be eligible for deposit insurance provided by the Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation.
 

 

 

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