2014 Scotiabank Giller Prize winner Sean Michaels with Founder Jack Rabinovitch and
Scotiabank President and CEO Brian Porter.
In Red Deer, Scotiabank gives the Blackfalds Bulldogs a big surprise with the Stanley Cup
Leading men setting the pace at the 25th anniversary of the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on October 19, 2014.
Scotiabank is celebrating its 60th Anniversary in Trinidad & Tobago this year. The Bank first opened its doors for business on September 16, 1954 and to celebrate this milestone Scotiabank is hosting 60 days of celebrations, including appreciation events for customers, employees and the community.
On June 20, Scotiabank announced an agreement to acquire 51% of the financial services business of Cencosud S.A., the largest retailer in Chile and enter into a 15-year partnership, pending regulatory approval. Pictured here from left, Daniel Rodríguez Cofré, CEO of Cencosud S.A., and Francisco Sardón, Country Head and CEO of Scotiabank, shake hands to celebrate the new partnership at a press conference in Santiago, Chile on June 23, 2014.
A volunteer helps a runner get her face painted ahead of the Scotiabank Rat Race for United Way in Toronto on June 12. Thanks to the hard work and efforts of all participants this year, more than half a million dollars and counting has been raised in support of the United Way. (Photo by Jacklyn Atlas).
Kaz Flinn, Scotiabank’s Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility (L), is photographed with the winners of the Scotiabank EcoLiving Awards at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, Ontario on June 5, 2014. The winners are, left to right, Tim Johnson, EnergyMobile Studios Inc., Jennifer Corson and Keith Robertson, Solterre Design, and Fiona Yuan and Christopher Tegho, both from McGill University.(Photo by Peter Power)
Saira Batasar was recently named one of six Canadian winners of Scotiabank’s 2014 Bright Future Awards, which recognize youth aged 16 to 24 who volunteer to enrich the lives of others and build a bright future by giving back to their community. As one of this year’ recipients, Batasar received a tablet computer plus $2,500 to contribute to the charity of her choice. Batasar is pictured here (L) receiving her award from Susan Mann, a branch manager at Scotiabank.
More than 15,000 runners start the 50th Scotiabank Calgary Marathon on June 1, 2014. The 91 charities registered in the Scotiabank Charity Challenge raised an incredible $1,150,000 and counting, beating its $1,100,000 target and breaking last year’s record $1,027,000 raised for 76 community charities.
Congratulations to all Women’s Executive Network 2013
Top 100 winners, and past Scotiabank honourees for their dynamic leadership.