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Growth continues for Scotiabank: a new Financial Centre opens in Pointe-Claire

Scotiabank continues to expand in Quebec, opening a dozen branches and new Financial Centres in different cities, such as Laval, Sainte-Foy, Brossard and Anjou, over the past few years. Scotiabank has recently opened a new Financial Centre in Pointe-Claire, located on Sources Boulevard, in an accessible neighbourhood in the West Island that will facilitate direct contact with the local business community.

 

 

The new space brings together two teams, specifically Scotiabank mid-market commercial banking as well as Roynat Capital, a Scotiabank wholly owned subsidiary specialized in patient and long-term debt financing. Roynat Capital offers innovative long-term capital solutions for mid-sized companies through the use of senior term, subordinated debt, as well as mezzanine capital and common share equity.

“Thanks to its new Financial Centre, Scotiabank is consolidating its position as a key player in Montreal’s West Island. This addition will allow entrepreneurs in the region to build trusting relationships with our on-site experts and obtain turnkey services,” points out Claudia Teucke, Vice-President, Commercial Banking, Montreal West Island.

Complementary services to meet business needs

The partnership between mid-market commercial banking services and those of Roynat Capital allow us to offer a one-stop shop solution that is tailored to the objectives of our business customers.

According to Mélissa-France Heredia, Roynat Capital’s Vice-President for Quebec, the opening of a Financial Hub will enable us to offer creative solutions to West Island entrepreneurs that will help support the growth of their business. She adds that “our service offering is an asset that allows us to offer customized financing solutions to meet all our customers’ needs through all the stages of their business.”

$25,000 donation to Summit School

To mark the opening of its Pointe-Claire Financial Centre, Scotiabank has made a $25,000 donation to Summit School. This donation aims to support the school in its mission to help students with special needs, and in the pursuit of its activities.

“Thanks to the $25,000 donation that Scotiabank has so generously given to the school, we will be able to offer our students access to advanced technology that will help them learn, communicate and develop. Many of our students are minimally verbal or don’t speak at all. Thanks to technology, they can express themselves and show their personalities. This donation from Scotiabank will therefore have a very beneficial impact on our students’ daily lives,” explains Jesse Heffring, Director of Development, Summit School.

For more information on Scotiabank services, visit: https://scotiabank.com/commercialbanking

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