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Scotiabank Video: Why We Invest in Financial Knowledge

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When our customers know how to make better financial decisions, they can become better off. We educate our customers by providing them with an understanding of how they can plan for a better future and by offering fairly designed products and services.

Learn more about Scotiabank's commitment to financial knowledge

Scotiabank’s Donates $500,000 for the New Supportive Care Program at The Ottawa Hospital

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In celebration of World Prematurity Day on November 17, Scotiabank announced a donation of $500,000 in support of The Ottawa Hospital’s new “Scotiabank Supportive Care Program” for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Carole Chapdelaine, Frank Bilodeau were on-hand to mark the occasion.

Scotiabank Supports World Diabetes Day

By Maxine Seymour
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Nassau, The Bahamas – Scotiabank is proud to support World Diabetes Day (WDD), celebrated on November 14 of each year.

“We are committed to helping young people become better off and are thrilled to partner with The Bahamas Diabetic Association to raise awareness as diabetes is prevalent among our population, impacting adults and children,” said Nakera Symonette, Senior Manager, Marketing, Scotiabank.  

A Fresh Start: How Rania Llewellyn Is Helping Canadian Immigrants Kick-Start Their Career

By Shelley White
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When Rania Llewellyn graduated with an undergraduate degree from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, she faced a challenge many newcomers to Canada had faced before her; she was a well-educated immigrant who couldn’t find a job.

Born in Kuwait City to an Egyptian father and Jordanian mother, Rania had grown up in Kuwait and Egypt, completing the first two years of her commerce degree at the American University in Cairo. But then the Gulf War erupted, and Rania’s parents decided to emigrate to Canada in 1992, where she completed her degree.

[Video] Scotiabank’s Colpatria Celebrates International Day of the Girl! CEO Takeover Through Plan International’s “Girls Belong Here” Campaign

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Young people are our future leaders and it is crucial to provide them with the skills and resources they need to succeed. In honour of the International Day of the Girl today on October 11th and in partnership with Plan International’s #GirlsBelongHere campaign, Scotiabank’s Colombian subsidiary, Banco Colpartria welcomed Sindy Mosquera as “CEO” for the day on October 2nd.

Watch this video (in Spanish) to learn more about Sindy.

Banking Needs More Women in Tech — Here’s How One Financial Institution Is Driving Change

By Shelley White
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 Scotiabank celebrates International Day of the Girl! Reflecting on our partnership with Girls Learning Code

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 Scotiabank celebrates International Day of the Girl! Reflecting on our partnership with Girls Learning Code

How Diversity Leads to Better Technology

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The following story is part of Scotiabank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)Impact series. The series will highlight various initiatives at the Bank in relation to Scotiabank’s CSR priorities and commitments.

This year in Mexico, Scotiabank ranked #1 for percent of women in leadership positions and ranked #3 as the most attractive employer for women, in a study by Expansion magazine. Fuencis Gomez, VP of Digital Banking cites the Bank’s culture of “talking more about talent than gender” as a factor of why she joined Scotiabank Mexico. By ensuring women are recruited, trained and provided opportunities to thrive within the organization, Scotiabank is creating a #BetterFuture where employees are empowered and engaged.

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The following story is part of Scotiabank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)Impact series. The series will highlight various initiatives at the Bank in relation to Scotiabank’s CSR priorities and commitments.

This year in Mexico, Scotiabank ranked #1 for percent of women in leadership positions and ranked #3 as the most attractive employer for women, in a study by Expansion magazine. Fuencis Gomez, VP of Digital Banking cites the Bank’s culture of “talking more about talent than gender” as a factor of why she joined Scotiabank Mexico. By ensuring women are recruited, trained and provided opportunities to thrive within the organization, Scotiabank is creating a #BetterFuture where employees are empowered and engaged.

Scotiabank is Proud to Support One Million Kids and Counting … and it's Only the Beginning

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Investing in Young People: Scotiabank supports organizations and programs that are committed to helping young people reach their full potential, particularly in the areas of health and well-being and education #InfinitePotential

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Investing in Young People: Scotiabank supports organizations and programs that are committed to helping young people reach their full potential, particularly in the areas of health and well-being and education #InfinitePotential

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