Investment Community Presentations

Scotiabank executives discuss corporate overviews and business strategies.

2014 Presentations


  • Question-and-answer session participation, starting at 10:00 a.m. EDT, by Anatol von Hahn, Scotiabank’s Group Head of Canadian Banking, at the CIBC 13th Annual Eastern Institutional Investor Conference in Montreal on September 17, 2014. Webcast

  • Question-and-answer session participation, starting at 10:30 a.m. EDT, by Sean McGuckin, Scotiabank’s Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, at the Barclays 2014 Global Financial Services Conference in New York on September 10, 2014. Webcast

  • Presentation, starting at 8:00 a.m. EDT, by Brian Porter, Chief Executive Officer, at the Scotiabank Global Banking and Markets Financials Summit 2014 in Toronto on September 3, 2014. Webcast | Presentation

  • Canadian Banking Investor Day in Toronto on April 24, 2014, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (EDT). The event will provide investors and other interested parties with an opportunity to get an in-depth view from senior executives on Scotiabank's Canadian Banking business line. Webcast | Agenda | Canadian Banking Presentation

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  • Question and answer session participation, starting at 9:05 a.m., with Anatol von Hahn, Group Head, Canadian Banking, Scotiabank, at National Bank Financial's 12th Annual Canadian Financial Services Conference in Montreal on March 26, 2014. Webcast

  • Question-and-answer session participation, starting at 10:05am, by Scotiabank's Brian Porter, President and Chief Executive Officer, at the RBC Capital Markets Canadian Bank CEO Conference in Toronto, on January 14, 2014. Webcast

Archived Presentations

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