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Chile highlights Scotia’s upside international risk

Four years after Scotiabank last took its investor day on the road, the bank put on a show in Santiago in January to highlight the advances it has made in its international banking strategy.


Around 90% of the investors and analysts who gathered together in Chile at the end of January for a two-day Scotiabank investor conference had never been to South America before, according to one of the host’s senior management team.

But following Scotiabank’s acquisition of BBVA’s bank in Chile in 2018, the bank’s president and chief executive, Brian Porter, was keen to improve awareness of the increasing importance of the Latin American trade bloc known as the Pacific Alliance (formed by Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru) in the bank’s international focus. 

“We were pleased to showcase our operations across the Americas at Scotiabank’s investor day in Santiago, Chile,” Porter tells Euromoney. “Our investors understand that Scotiabank is focused on the Americas.

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