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Scotiabank Named 2018 Bank of The Year by LatinFinance

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TORONTO, Nov. 6, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Scotiabank is proud to have been named 2018 Bank of the Year by LatinFinance for excellence in retail, commercial and investment banking services for Latin America and the Caribbean. 

Scotiabank and Concacaf Launch Youth Football Programme

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“At Scotiabank, we share the passion for football with our employees, customers, and the communities we serve, so we are happy to be providing opportunities for children to play football,” said David Noel, SVP & Head of the Caribbean North and Central, and President of Scotiabank Jamaica. 

“We are confident that this will be an experience that will allow participating schools and students to develop their football skills while encouraging teamwork, leadership, and healthy competition,” Noel further said.

Key Women at Scotiabank Receive WCM’s Transformational Leadership Awards

Scotiabank’s Carla Deeks receives WCM Rising Star Award, Global Banking and Markets Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Office receives WCM Award for Excellence in Innovation
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2018 WCM Excellence in Innovation Award - GBM Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Office

Congratulations to the GBM Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) Office for winning the 2018 WCM Excellence in Innovation Award. This award honours those who have approached gender diversity with an innovative lens and taken bold steps to improve diversity and inclusion.

How Karen Jordan Is Making Others Mindful of Mental Health in the Workplace

By Shelley White
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As the Chair of the Scotiabank Alliance for Mental Health (SAMH), Karen Jordan is helping to deliver the message that mental health issues can impact us all — either directly or through a family member, friend or colleague. She’s also working to reduce the stigma around getting help, and making sure everyone at Scotiabank (and beyond) knows that help is available.

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As the Chair of the Scotiabank Alliance for Mental Health (SAMH), Karen Jordan is helping to deliver the message that mental health issues can impact us all — either directly or through a family member, friend or colleague. She’s also working to reduce the stigma around getting help, and making sure everyone at Scotiabank (and beyond) knows that help is available.

Scotiabank Asks a Small Business

In honour of Small Business Month, this October, we are asking Canadians behind great small businesses about their advice for fellow small business owners.
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Scotiabank Named One of the World's Best Workplaces 2018

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Scotiabank is thrilled to have been named one of the 25 World's Best Workplaces for 2018 by the Great Place to Work institute. This is a fantastic recognition of the diversity of our global team who speak more than 100 languages and have backgrounds from more than 120 countries. Congratulations to all of the Scotiabankers who every day contribute to making Scotiabank a great place to come to work.

Scotiabank Video: Inclusion Makes Us Stronger

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Four Scotiabank employees share their stories from the past and their thoughts on the future of inclusion.

Scotia Global Asset Management Becomes a Signatory of the United Nations-Supported Principles for Responsible Investment

Scotia Global Asset Management becomes a signatory of the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment
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October 4, 2018 /3BL Media/ - Scotia Global Asset Management today announced it has become a signatory of the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI).

The PRI is the world's leading proponent of responsible investment. It supports a global network of asset owners, investment managers and service providers to incorporate environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into their investment and ownership decisions.

United Way Greater Toronto Launches $110 Million Fundraising Campaign

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The United Way Greater Toronto has launched its most ambitious fundraising campaign ever.

The organization that serves Toronto, and York and Peel regions is embarking on a $110 million fundraising campaign, it announced at its launch event at Scotiabank in Toronto Monday, Sept. 17.

Funds raised in this campaign will support the fight against poverty through a network of agencies that help people when and where they need it the most.

This year's campaign chair is Scotiabank president and CEO Brian Porter.

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