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Scotiabank executives meet PM

During a recent country visit, Scotiabank’s senior vice president and head of the Caribbean region, Bruce Bowen, along with Scotiabank Bahamas’ managing director, Sean Albert, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Perry Christie. 

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Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Tuesday, April 8, 2014

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Pictured: (from left) Scotiabank senior vice president and head of the Caribbean region, Bruce Bowen; Prime Minister of The Bahamas and Minister of Finance Perry Christie; Scotiabank Bahamas managing director, Sean Albert. (Photo by Peter Ramsay)

During a recent country visit, Scotiabank’s senior vice president and head of the Caribbean region, Bruce Bowen, along with Scotiabank Bahamas’ managing director, Sean Albert, paid a courtesy call on the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Perry Christie.

Discussing the current banking environment in The Bahamas, the Scotiabank executives led dialogue on the financial sector’s performance given the economic conditions and projections for the near and medium term.

Bowen confirmed Scotiabank’s commitment to the Caribbean region, highlighting that the bank’s long successful history in The Bahamas affirms this market as a critical one for the bank.

Scotiabank was established in The Bahamas in 1956 and now operates 21 branches throughout the country.

MasterCard, Mon Cheri and 1888mytuxes.com have announced that are partnering with The Bahamas on its "16 Weddings, 16 Islands, One Priceless Day" destination wedding promotion.

Executives of Baha Mar–the $3.5-billion integrated destination resort project on New Providence–met with China’s Ambassador to The Bahamas to discuss the potential for increased tourism between the two countries.

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