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Caribbean Financial Network

Sagicor Banks

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Biz Phone
876-960-2340
Kingston
Sagicor Group Jamaica is a full service financial institution offering banking, investments, life & health insurance, pensions, and real estate services, with an outstanding history and reputation for leading innovation. We are committed to improving the lives of people in the communities in which we operate. Sagicor Group Jamaica is a majority owned subsidiary of the Sagicor Financial Corporation (SFC). With a proud history dating back to 1840, SFC is a dynamic, indigenous Group which has been redefining financial services in the Caribbean, building a strong base from which it has expanded into the international financial services market. Sagicor now operates in 22 countries in the Caribbean, Latin America, and the United States. Sagicor Financial Corporation is listed on the Barbados and Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchanges.

Scotia Bank Jamaica

"It Starts With You"

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Biz Phone
8769696215
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KingstonKingston
The Bank of Nova Scotia was established in Jamaica in 1889, and has enjoyed a history of changes and transformations from colonialism to independence. What began with a small banking office in Kingston is today, a sophisticated island-wide network of 35 branches. With a staff of over 2,000 in Jamaica, Scotiabank provides state-of-the-art retail and commercial banking services to the Jamaican public. Over the past 120 plus years we have established our reputation as a strong, stable, and reliable participant in Jamaica's continuing growth and development. Our commitment to customers, "Discover what's possible." is more than just an advertising slogan; it is backed by the experience and stability accompanying a century of continuous and progressive banking operations in Jamaica. We draw on our past to help you uncover new opportunities for your future, giving you the power to make better off possible. When The Bank of Nova Scotia first planted its roots in Jamaica in 1889, banking on the island was about 50 years old. In those 50-odd years, a number of other banks had come and gone. Until the abolition of slavery on August 1, 1834, there had been little need for banks in Jamaica. The merchants soon began to see the advantage of having a local bank where bills of exchange could be converted to drafts in sterling, which would be more readily accepted by their creditors abroad. A barter trade had long existed between the province of Nova Scotia in Canada and Jamaica. As trade expanded in Jamaica during the middle of the 19th century, the limitations of the bartering system became increasingly apparent. The establishment of a branch of The Bank of Nova Scotia in Kingston, Jamaica therefore provided the best means of placing the trade on a monetary basis, and so The Bank of Nova Scotia was born.

Scotiabank Antigua

Biz Phone
268-480-1500
St John's
As Canada’s most international bank, Scotiabank has been operating in Antigua for more than 50 years. Today we operate two branches across the country and offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking services - including online banking, electronic cash management, and offshore banking services. Scotiabank has enjoyed a history of growth and prosperity in Antigua. Our first branch opened in 1961 on Corn Alley with six employees. Shortly thereafter we moved the operation to High Street to improve on our customer service. In 1999, we opened another branch in Perry Bay with two ATMs including a drive-through, which still provides convenient banking and parking facilities to our customers today. With the two branches strategically placed within the city, Scotiabank continues to offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking, including electronic cash management. The Bank now has 75 employees and eight ATMs in Antigua. We’re a strong supporter of various community initiatives and our charitable contributions range from sports programmes and education to arts and culture.

Scotiabank Barbados

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Biz Phone
246-426-7000
Bridgetown
As Canada's most international bank, Scotiabank has been operating in Barbados since 1956. Today we operate four branches across the country and offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking services — including online banking, electronic cash management, and offshore banking services. Scotiabank has enjoyed a history of growth and prosperity in Barbados. What began with a small branch in Bridgetown in 1956 has evolved into a conveniently located network of four branches with 249 employees and 28 ATMs, providing a wide range of financial services to individuals and businesses alike. We're a strong supporter of various community initiatives and our charitable contributions range from sports programs to education and arts & culture.

Scotiabank Belize

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Biz Phone
501- 227-7027
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As Canada’s most international bank, Scotiabank has been operating in Belize since 1968. Today we operate 9 branches across the country and offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking services — including online banking and electronic cash management. Scotiabank opened its first branch in Belize City in December, 1968. Retail banking expanded in the 1970s and 1980s, with the addition of three more branches. Activity in the branches in Belize reflected the economic growth of the country and was heavily centred on the agricultural industry. Business continued to grow during the late 1990s and, by 2008, 9 branches had been established. With 9 branches throughout the country, Scotiabank offers a complete range of retail and commercial banking, including electronic cash management. The Bank has about 187 employees, plus 18 ATMs countrywide. We’re a strong supporter of various community initiatives and our charitable contributions range from sports programmes and education to arts and culture.

Scotiabank Dominica

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Biz Phone
767 448-5800
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Roseau

Scotiabank Dominican Republic

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Biz Phone
809-567-7268
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As the most international bank in Canada, Scotiabank has been operating in the Dominican Republic since 1920, and today operates with more than 2,000 employees, 99 ATMs, 58 branches, and 23 agencies through Scotiabank Solutions. This, together with a wide range of financial products and services, which we offer to the Personal Banking, Private Banking, Commercial, Corporate and Investment Banking segments. Likewise, through Scotiabank Solutions we serve the retail and microcredit segment Scotiabank has evolved, along with the growth and development history of the Dominican Republic, from the moment it opened its first branch on Calle Isabel La Católica in Santo Domingo and then in San Pedro de Macorís in 1920. Our trajectory has been shared with generations of companies and clients, supporting their financial needs, their projects and being an important part of their development and growth. In addition, they are strong supporters of different community initiatives with extensive contribution to education, health, art and culture programs.

Scotiabank Guyana

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Biz Phone
592.223.4357
As Canada’s most international bank, Scotiabank has been operating in Guyana since 1968. Today we operate five branches across the country and offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking services — including online banking and electronic cash management. Scotiabank opened its first Guyanese branch in the capital city of Georgetown in 1968. With the five branches strategically placed throughout the country, Scotiabank continues to offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking, including electronic cash management and Merchant Services. The Bank also offers business banking services to small- and medium-sized businesses. Scotiabank is a strong supporter of various community initiatives. Scotiabank Guyana’s contributions range from sports causes and HIV/AIDS, to education and arts and culture with a focus geared towards children, non-profit organisations, and the aged. Our Purpose: To be the best at helping our customers become financially better off.