Dec. 5 (Bloomberg) -- Bank of Nova Scotia, Canada’s third-biggest bank by assets, named Sean McGuckin to succeed Luc Vanneste as chief financial officer in January.
Vanneste, who has been CFO since 2005, will become executive vice president of enterprise effectiveness, a new position with responsibility for “enhancing organizational effectiveness” starting Jan. 2, the Toronto-based bank said today in a statement. McGuckin is senior vice president and head, risk policy and capital markets, in global risk management.
Marianne Hasold-Schilter, chief auditor, was appointed chief administrative officer starting Dec. 19, and Grant Mick, a senior vice president, will succeed her, according to the statement.
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