Accessibility at Scotiabank
We’re committed to accessibility because banking should be barrier-free.
Scotiabank’s commitment to accessibility
Scotiabank strives to allow all people to maintain their dignity and independence while using and learning about our services. We believe in integration and equitable opportunity and are committed to meeting the needs of people with disabilities by consistently working to prevent and remove barriers to accessibility and by meeting accessibility requirements.
Accessibility is a journey, and at Scotiabank, continually improving the accessibility of our products and services is an essential part of who we are.
We invite you to learn about our accessibility plans, policies, and processes:
- Scotiabank’s Accessible Canada Act Accessibility Plan outlines how Scotiabank is meeting our responsibility to identify, prevent, and remove barriers for persons with disabilities in Canada
- Scotiabank’s Accessible Canada Act Feedback Process outlines how employees, customers, or members of the public can share their accessibility feedback to help us improve
- Scotiabank’s Accessibility Policy describes our commitment to ensuring that people with disabilities can work for, and Bank with us
- Scotiabank’s Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) Accessibility Plan outlines the steps Scotiabank is taking to identify, prevent, and remove barriers to accessibility and meet the requirements of the AODA
Discover the accessibility features Scotiabank offers for each of our banking channels.
Scotiabank actively designs our websites with accessibility in mind for all customers.
We strive to ensure that the Scotia mobile app is accessible for everyone.
Discover the accessibility features Scotiabank offers for telephone banking.
Scotiabank offers many different options to access essential banking information.
How can we help?
General accessibility feedback
We’d like to hear from you. Let us know how we can make your experience more accessible.
Have a complaint?
We will address complaints according to our complaint management procedures.
Search our Help Centre to find answers to frequently asked accessibility questions.