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bank of nova scotia (BKN) Snapshot

Open
€47.32
Previous Close
€47.94
Day High
€48.05
Day Low
€47.30
52 Week High
09/19/14 - €52.70
52 Week Low
03/3/14 - €40.81
Market Cap
58.1B
Average Volume 10 Days
2.2K
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
1.2B
EX-Date
01/2/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€2.62
Dividend Yield
3.76%
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The Bank of Nova Scotia provides various personal, commercial, corporate, and investment banking services in Canada and internationally. The company provides financial advice, solutions, and day-to-day banking products, including debit cards, checking accounts, credit cards, investments, mortgages, loans, and related creditor insurance products to individuals and small businesses; and commercial banking solutions, including lending, deposit, cash management, and trade finance solutions to medium and large businesses primarily through a network of 1,040 branches and 3,942 automated banking machines. It also offers a range of financial products, solutions, and advice to retail and commercial customers in Latin America, the Caribbean, Central America, and Asia primarily through a network of approximately 3,000 branches and offices, approximately 7,700 automated banking machines, and in-store banking kiosks. In addition, the company offers wealth management services comprising asset management and advisory services for retail and institutional investors; insurance products, such as creditor, non-creditor, life and health, home, property, and auto and travel insurance; cash management, payment services, electronic banking, business deposits, and trade services to small business, commercial, and corporate customers; and correspondent banking products and services to other financial institutions. Further, it offers corporate banking, investment banking, and capital markets solutions to corporate, government, and institutional clients, including corporate lending, equity and debt underwriting, mergers and acquisitions advisory, fixed income and equity sales, trading and research, prime brokerage, securitization, foreign exchange, and energy and rates hedging, as well as precious and base metals sales, trading, and storage. It also offers its products through mobile, Internet, and telephone banking. The company was founded in 1832 and is headquartered in Halifax, Canada.

86,932 Employees
Last Reported Date: 12/10/14
Founded in 1832

bank of nova scotia (BKN) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Non-In...
Total Annual Compensation: C$800.0K
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: C$400.0K
Group Head of Global Banking & Markets and Ch...
Total Annual Compensation: C$550.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

bank of nova scotia (BKN) Key Developments

BNS Split Corp. II Retains The Bank of Nova Scotia as Financial Advisor

BNS Split Corp. II announced that its Board of Directors has retained The Bank of Nova Scotia to advise the company on a possible extension and reorganization of the company. There is no guarantee after such review an extension will be proposed and if proposed, will be approved by shareholders.

Scotiabank Appoints William Fatt as Director

Scotiabank announced that William Fatt has been appointed a new member of the Bank's Board of Directors. Mr. Fatt has more than 30 years of finance, investment, capital markets and international experience. He has been Chairman & CEO of FRHI Hotels & Resorts for 16 years. Prior to becoming Chairman & CEO, Mr. Fatt served as CFO of Canadian Pacific Limited. In addition to his role as Chairman of the Board of Directors of FRHI, Mr. Fatt also sits on the Board of The Jim Pattison Group.

Scotiabank Appoints Peter Slan to the Role of Managing Director and Head, Global Private Banking Relationship Management

Scotiabank announced the appointment of Peter Slan to the role of Managing Director and Head, Global Private Banking Relationship Management. In this new role, Peter will be responsible for new client acquisition and expanding existing relationships in private banking, with a particular focus on ultra-high net worth and family office clients, both in Canada and within the Bank's international footprint. Peter's appointment will augment Scotiabank's ability to deliver all of its services to client relationships in its Canadian Banking, International Banking and Global Banking & Markets business lines. Peter has been with Scotiabank for the past 17 years, moving through progressively senior leadership roles within Finance, Global Investment Banking and Equity Capital Markets.

 

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