Scotiabank - Bank of Nova Scotia

Title: Scotiabank - Bank of Nova Scotia
Category: Finance
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Added on: Nov 20, 2011
The Bank of Nova Scotia, more commonly referred to as ScotiaBank ranks number three in the list of largest banks in Canada based on market saturation and investment. To date it services more than 18 million people all over the world. It provides integral financial products that include private and commercial savings and checking, investment and asset management, internet banking as well as several corporate and group insurance portfolios.

The Bank of Nova Scotia is one of the oldest surviving banks in Canada. It was founded in 1831 in Nova Scotia by William Lawson who served as the banks first president. By the year 1900 the bank had moved its centralized headquarters to Toronto, Ontario. With several key acquisitions in the Canadian financial field they have been able to continually grow at a respectable rate of success.

The Bank of Nova Scotia is commonly referred to as an "International bank" due to its heavy investments and acquisitions of financial companies in Latin America and the Caribbean islands but it also has several investments and subsidiary companies in India and Europe.

The Bank of Nova Scotia is highly respected in Canada and ranks in the top 100 of Forbes top 2000 businesses. It has over 70,000 employees all over the world and has investments in over 50 countries. The Bank of Nova Scotia has propelled itself through the nearly 200 years of ups and downs in the Canadian financial markets by three key business ideals.

They have a strong and committed team with shred values that work in tandem to give their customers expert service and financial advice.

They have established a strong foundation of priorities which includes a solid base of capital as well as some of the best financial minds in the industry.

They have focused strongly on diversity within their products and a willingness to adapt to new financial strategies and technology.
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