Scotiabank is celebrating its second win of the prestigious Bank Of The Year – Grenada award.
The recognition comes from The Banker Magazine, which is published by the London-based Financial Times.
The Banker also named Scotiabank Bank Of The Year in Barbados, Belize and the British Virgin Islands.
The announcement was made at a black-tie reception in London on December 2 where Scotiabank Caribbean East Managing Director David Noel collected the Bracken Awards on behalf of the bank.
Scotiabank Country Manager Roger Archer said, “this award is a real tribute to the hard work of our staff”, who have been committed “to excellent service, looking for new ways to help our customers achieve their financial goals and still taking time to serve the community beyond the branch.”
The banker selects winners based on their ability to gain strategic advantage and deliver shareholder returns.
The magazine is the world’s longest running international banking magazine, recognized as a leading source of information on finance and investment around the globe.
Scotiabank’s Caribbean operations have been recognised with numerous awards this year for their strength and stability as well as products and services, including:
*Best Digital Bank in 21 countries across the Caribbean including Grenada by Global Finance along with regional recognitions in North America, Latin America and the Caribbean;
*For the second year in a row, Scotiabank was also named one of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces by the Great Place to Work® Institute.