SOURCE: Scotiabank


October 07, 2015 15:55 ET

Scotiabank Will Work With Customers Through the Trans-Pacific Partnership Transition

TORONTO, ON--(Marketwired - October 07, 2015) - This week, Canada and eleven other countries announced the conclusion of negotiations towards a Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement. Scotiabank is committed to working with our customers, including those in the agricultural and auto sectors, on an individual basis to help them understand opportunities from the deal.

Gillian Riley, Senior Vice President and Head of Commercial Banking, said, "We have worked with our customers for more than 180 years and helped them manage risks and grow. We encourage all our customers to come in and speak with their advisor to learn how we can help them through any financial transition and opportunities that this deal may bring."

Scotiabank is Canada's international bank, and has operations in ten of the twelve TPP countries.

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