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Lissant Mitchell Also Leaving Scotia Investments Jamaica

Scotia Group Jamaica Limited has advised of the resignation of Mr. Lissant Mitchell, CEO, Scotia Investments Jamaica Limited and Director of the Board. Mr. Mitchell who has over 20 years’ experience in the local financial industry, joined Scotia Investments in October 2007 as SVP Treasury & Capital Markets. He was later promoted to Chief Operating […]

Corporate Movements February 2019

Scotiabank Sells Caribbean Businesses To Trinidad And Tobago-Based Republic Financial Holdings Ltd For US$123 million.

The Bank of Nova Scotia announced on Tuesday that it has struck a deal to sell its banking businesses in nine of the smaller countries in the Caribbean, including Antigua and Dominica. This as the lender continues to narrow down the number of international markets in which it operates. Scotiabank according to the release plans […]

Corporate Movements February 2019

Sagicor Financial Corporation To Be Acquired By Alignvest Acquisition II Corporation And Be Publicly-Listed On The Toronto Stock Exchange.

Sagicor Group Jamaica Limited has advised that its parent company, Sagicor Financial Corporation Limited, which has a 49.11% interest in Sagicor Group Jamaica, intends to enter into two significant transactions. The first transaction will see the acquisition of all the shares in Scotia Jamaica Life Insurance Company Limited. This as Scotiabank Jamaica has agreed to […]

Corporate Movements February 2019

Anya Schnoor Promoted To Executive Vice-President, Retail Payments, Deposits And Unsecured Lending For Canadian Banking

Anya Schnoor currently Managing Director of Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Limited, and Senior Vice President and Head of the Caribbean South and East has been promoted to Executive Vice-President, retail payments, deposits and unsecured lending for Canadian banking. Scotiabank announced Schnoor’s promotion on Tuesday with her appointment taking effect after November 1 and once a […]

Corporate Movements February 2019

Trinidad & Tobago Dollar Against Standard Indicators Of Fundamental Value Remains 20 – 50% Over-Valued – House

Brett House, Bank of Nova Scotia vice president in Canada and the bank’s deputy chief economist, has forecasted in a Country Briefing from the bank’s Toronto head office that the Trinidad and Tobago dollar remains over-valued and is set to fall. According to House, the Trinidad and Tobago dollar against standard indicators of fundamental value, […]

Corporate Movements February 2019