Scotiabank Mortgage Rates
Scotiabank, alternatively referred to as The Bank of Nova Scotia, is the third-largest bank in Canada in terms of market capitalization and deposits. Founded in 1832 in Nova Scotia, Scotiabank moved its offices to Toronto in 1900 and now has over 25 million clients globally. The banking giant refers to itself as "Canada's most international bank" with acquisitions in Europe, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America. Scotiabank offers wealth management, investment and corporate banking, and personal and commercial banking services and is also a member of the London Bullion Market Association.