Scotiabank recognized by Euromoney

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Scotiabank has been recognized for the “Best Commercial Banking Capabilities in the Caribbean” by Euromoney, a leading global financial publication, in its recently released annual Global Private Banking survey. This recognition is one of three categories won by Scotiabank, which also included “Best Commercial Banking Capabilities in the Bahamas” and “Best Asset Management Company in the Cayman Islands.”

“We are honored to be recognized by Euromoney as a best-in-class commercial bank across the Caribbean,” said David Thomas, Scotiabank’s vice president, Corporate Finance, Caribbean Region. “This recognition is a reflection of our commitment to businesses across the region. Through Scotiabank’s unique footprint, we will continue to create opportunities for our clients to grow locally, across the Caribbean, throughout the Americas and globally.”

Sloane Muldoon, managing director, Scotiabank & Trust (Cayman) Ltd., added, “It is great to be recognized for our expertise and capabilities, and we want to thank our customers for entrusting us with their business, and we look forward to our continued partnership in the years to come.”

Scotiabank has been providing financing, capital markets solutions and value-added advice, helping businesses in the Caribbean since 1989.

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