Scotiabank Readies Corporate Drive; Centralizes A-P Operations In Tokyo


LONDON--The Bank of Nova Scotia is looking to increase its US and European FX corporate customer business as a result of integrating its investment and corporate banking arms, says Barry Wainstein, global manager of FX trading and sales. The bank is currently in the process of bringing together its investment banking team, Scotia Capital Markets, with its corporate bankers, under a common management structure.

Wainstein says the move will improve product synergy and create opportunities for cross

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