Avg. Rating: 4.7 (3 reviews)

Scotiabank is a Canadian head-quartered bank that serves more than 25 million customers around the world. They focus on high-quality growth markets in America and is the third-largest Canadian bank by deposits in market capitalization, and offers a range of products and services including personal and commercial banking, wealth management, corporate and investment banking.

  • TIME IN BUSINESS: Since 1832
  • # OF CUSTOMERS: Over 10M in Canada and 25M Worldwide


44 King St West Toronto ON M5H 1H1
Call Center: 24/7, 7 days a week
Support Offered:
  • Call Centre
  • Email Inquiry Form
  • Local Branches
  • Social Media
  • Learning Centre/Blog
  • Mail
  • Online Chat
Availability: Worldwide

Products Offered

Below are all the products offered by this company.

Personal & Small Business


  • Bank accounts
  • Credit cards
  • Mortgages
  • Loans & lines
  • Investing
  • Insurance and more

Small Business

  • Banking
  • Savings and GICs
  • Credit Cards
  • Borrowing and more



  • Banking & investing
  • Financing
  • Leasing and more

Global Markets,  Global Wealth & Investing

  • Financing
  • Risk Management
  • Sales & trading
  • Investor solutions
  • Investment management
  • Transaction banking and more

Frequently Asked Questions About Scotiabank

What is Scotiabank?

Scotiabank is a leading bank in Canada and North America that offers a range of advice, products, and services, including personal and commercial banking, wealth management and more.

What does Scotiabank offer?

Scotiabank provides a full suite of financial advice and banking solutions, including retail and small business banking, commercial banking, global and international banking and more.

Is Scotiabank safe?

Yes. As of April, 2020, the purpose-driven management group had over $1.2 trillion in assets under management and is a top-five universal bank in each of their core markets, and is a top-15 wholesale bank in the U.S., and one of the largest and most used banks in Canada.

Can you access your Scotiabank accounts outside of Canada?

Yes, there are three easy ways to access your Scotiabank accounts while outside of Canada. 1. Online: Sign in to Scotia OnLine to view your accounts, transfer funds, etc. 2. By phone: Call them toll-free. 3. At an ABM: Withdraw cash or get credit card cash advance by visiting one of Scotiabank's ABMs.

What is Scotiabank often referred to as?

Scotiabank is known as 'Canada's gold bank' because of its dominant position in bullion trading. The bank also operates three other business lines: personal banking, commercial banking, and wealth management.

What is Scotiabank's 3 commitments?

Scotiabank often posts about their drive to serve customers through their commitment to three pillars: 1. Focus on the Americas 2. Customers First 3. Winning Team

Is Scotiabank an international bank?

Scotiabank is one of North America's leading financial institutions and Canada's most international bank. They have over 60,000 employees, a multinational presence, and serve over 50 countries in more than 80 languages.

How old is Scotiabank?

Scotiabank is over 188 years old and started in 1832.

Is Scotiabank available in the United States?

Scotiabank is one of the leading foreign banks in the United States, serving large corporations through Global Banking and Wealth Management divisions. However, Scotiabank's branches in the U.S. do not provide retail and banking services.

Does Scotiabank own Tangerine?

Scotiabank owns Tangerine Bank, otherwise known as Tangerine. In fact, it's a subsidiary of Scotiabank and offers no-fee chequing and savings accounts, GICs, mortgages and more.

Scotiabank Reviews

Avg. Rating: 4.7 (3 reviews)
Thank You

The nice customer service representative helped me complete a large transaction on my card when it was declining before, so thank you very much Scotiabank!

Love Scotia

I think you cannot do better than Scotiabank as the place to do all your banking. I love the personal approach and friendliness of their employees.

Solid Service

Good customer service time and time again and Scotiabank. They are doing something right!


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