Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Scotiabank staying put


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SCOTIABANK is staying put in Barbados, even though it has now officially sold its business in seven of the Caribbean markets.

Senior vice-president, international banking, Brendan King, made the promise Tuesday evening during a Scotiabank cocktail reception at the Sandy Lane Country Club.

At the same time, he said customers had the power to reduce the impact of bank fees, as all they had to do was use the ATMs more and utilise online services. (SC)

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