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Scotiabank

About Scotiabank

Scotiabank is one of the leading foreign banks serving large national and multinational corporations in the U.S. through its Global Banking and Markets, Global Transaction Banking and Wealth Management business lines.

In the United States, Scotiabank has been operating for over 100 years and serves clients through teams of Relationship Managers and Product Specialists working together to offer multi-product solutions to clients' financial needs. In addition to our strong Corporate Banking experience, we offer an expanded U.S. equities platform and Global Fixed Income platform. We also have Primary Dealer status in several key countries including the U.S.

Global Banking and Markets provides a full range of credit, risk management and investment banking products and services relevant to the financing and strategic development needs of our clients. Our products include investment banking, mergers & acquisitions, corporate banking, institutional equity sales, trading and research, debt products, derivatives, foreign exchange and bullion & base metals. We also cross-sell the full range of wholesale products and services offered by Scotiabank.

As Canada’s International Bank, we are a leader when it comes to inclusion. We are a diverse and global team, speaking more than 100 languages with backgrounds from more than 120 countries. We value the unique skills and experiences each individual brings to the bank, and are committed to creating and maintaining an inclusive and accessible environment for everyone.

Reviews

Internal Audit Summer Intern

June 2021 - August 2021 New York City, NY
“Team members were very nice and helpful.”

Summer Analyst

June 2019 - August 2019 New York City, NY
“I loved the company culture. It was a smaller office (but growing!), which made it easy to network with people in other departments and get to know how everything operates. Many higher-ups had an open-door policy and I never felt inhibited from reaching out and speaking to the company's leaders.”
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