Scotiabank Turks & Caicos

Last update: May 8, 2020

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Turks and Caicos Islands Its 4 main executives

Recent executive movements at Scotiabank

Anya Schnoor who is Executive Vice President, Retail Products, Canadian Banking , will become Executive Vice President of Caribbean, Central America and Uruguay region on Jan. 1, 2021  (news posted on October 16 2020).
Brendan King, Senior Vice President, International Banking, will leave the company on Jan. 1, 2021  (news posted on October 16 2020).
David Noel who is President and Chief Executive Officer, Jamaica, will be promoted to Head of Atlantic Region on Jan. 1, 2021  (news posted on October 16 2020).

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Scotiabank Turks & Caicos has 4,855 competitors including JPMorgan Chase (United States (USA)), HSBC (United Kingdom (UK)) and Wells Fargo (United States (USA)). Scotiabank Turks & Caicos is owned by Scotiabank.

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