|Bid||73.78 x 0|
|Ask||73.79 x 0|
|Day's Range||73.60 - 74.78|
|52 Week Range||66.36 - 76.75|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.22|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||11.06|
|Earnings Date||Feb 24, 2020 - Feb 28, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.60 (4.82%)|
|1y Target Est||79.08|
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TORONTO , Dec. 5, 2019 /CNW/ - Women entrepreneurs who apply for business loans may fare better than they expect, according to survey results released today by Scotiabank on the first anniversary of The Scotiabank Women Initiative. The survey of nearly 1,000 small business owners across Canada aims to identify the financial needs of women entrepreneurs. The survey found that women entrepreneurs lag men entrepreneurs in applying for business loans – but are more likely to have the loan application approved.
TORONTO , Dec. 3, 2019 /CNW/ - Scotiabank announced today the closing of the previously announced transaction (the "Transaction") to reduce its 49% interest in Thanachart Bank Public Company Limited ("TBank") in Thailand . As part of agreements entered into with ING Groep N.V., TBank and TMB Bank Public Company Limited ("TMB") in August 2019 , Scotiabank is selling its 49% interest in TBank in exchange for cash and an approximately 6% ownership interest in the form of common shares in TMB.
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TORONTO , Nov. 29, 2019 /CNW/ - Scotia Global Asset Management today announced the estimated year-end reinvested distributions for the Scotia Strategic ETF Portfolios listed on the TSX for the 2019 tax year.
TORONTO , Nov. 29, 2019 /CNW/ - Scotiabank has been named the Canadian Bank of the Year for 2019 by The Banker magazine, a Financial Times publication. "We are very pleased to be named this year's Bank of the Year in Canada by The Banker," said Brian Porter , President and Chief Executive Officer of Scotiabank. Over the past several years, Scotiabank has successfully repositioned itself through a series of strategic acquisitions and divestitures, both in Canada and in core international markets, to focus the Bank's footprint and strengthen its business mix.
(Bloomberg) -- Bank of Nova Scotia is putting the spotlight on its global wealth-management business, for good reason.The takeovers of Canadian money managers Jarislowsky Fraser Ltd. and MD Financial Management last year contributed to the second-highest quarterly profit from wealth management in five years and the biggest profit growth among the bank’s main businesses in the fiscal fourth quarter, according to a statement Tuesday.Scotiabank is the first major Canadian lender to report quarterly results for a period analysts anticipate will be tougher for capital markets divisions and banking operations overseas and in the U.S., where rate cuts are eating into margins. The country’s Big Six lenders are expected to post adjusted earnings growth of 4% for the period, the median of estimates compiled by Bloomberg Intelligence.For Canada’s third-largest lender by assets, wealth management played a key role for earnings growth, with profit from the business rising 16% to C$303 million ($228 million) in the quarter ended Oct. 31. Chief Executive Officer Brian Porter sees so much promise from wealth management that the Toronto-based company is starting to break out earnings from the business as a separate division this fiscal year.Global BankingGains from the unit helped offset a 2.6% decline from global banking and markets, a division that has seen profit growth only once in the past two years. It posted profit of C$405 million and recorded an increase in year-over-year revenue for the first time in almost three years, helped by higher investment-banking fees and trading revenue. Earnings from international banking rose 2.4% to C$823 million, while Canadian banking climbed 2.5% to C$1.14 billion.The bank’s overall profit rose 1.6% to C$2.31 billion, with per-share adjusted earnings of C$1.82 matching analysts’ estimates.“Canadian banking and international banking came in below our expectation,” but that was offset by better-than-expected results in global banking and markets as well as the corporate business, Darko Mihelic, an analyst at RBC Capital Markets, said in a note to clients.Scotiabank shares fell 0.1% to C$75.75 at 9:35 a.m. trading in Toronto. The shares had climbed 11% this year through Monday, making it the worst performer among Canada’s large lenders and lagging Canada’s eight-company S&P/TSX Commercial Banks Index, which gained 15%.Key InsightsScotiabank’s year-end results missed its medium-term objective for earnings-per-share growth of at least 7%, with the lender posting a 2.1% decline for the year on a reported basis or 0.4% increase on adjusted earnings. The bank also fell short of its profitability goal, with return on equity of 13.1% versus its 14%-plus target. It missed its target of achieving positive operating leverage.Porter said he expects the bank to deliver organic earnings growth “in the mid-single digits” for fiscal 2020, with “low- to mid-single digit” growth in Canadian banking, “mid-single-digit” growth in its capital markets unit and “high single-digit” growth in wealth.Scotiabank said it’s moving to annual dividend announcements starting in the second quarter, altering its practice of making changes to the payout every other quarter.The bank set aside C$753 million for soured loans in the quarter, a 5.6% increase since the third quarter and 28% jump from a year earlier, with higher provisions in both retail and commercial lending.Get MoreRead more about Scotiabank’s results here.(Updates with company and analysts’ comments starting in seventh paragraph.)To contact the reporter on this story: Doug Alexander in Toronto at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Michael J. Moore at email@example.com, ;David Scanlan at firstname.lastname@example.org, Steve Dickson, Steven CrabillFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
Analysts expressed concerns about the bank's international business, whose adjusted earnings growth of 4.3% missed expectations amid geopolitical concerns in some markets, despite outpacing Canada's more staid 1.2% increase. The international unit, which accounts for a little over a third of Scotiabank's adjusted earnings, also posted a 9 basis-point drop in net interest margins, compared with a 2 basis-point rise in Canada.
Bank of Nova Scotia, Canada's third-biggest lender, kicked off banks' fourth-quarter earnings on Tuesday with disappointing profit growth in its international banking segment, which overshadowed a slight overall earnings beat. Analysts expressed concerns about the bank's international business, whose adjusted earnings growth of 4.3% missed expectations amid geopolitical concerns in some markets, despite outpacing Canada's more staid 1.2% increase.
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TORONTO , Nov. 20, 2019 /CNW/ - We are pleased to announce that Gillian Riley , President & CEO of Tangerine Bank & Executive Vice President at Scotiabank, has been named a Women's Executive Network (WXN) 2019 Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner, presented by KPMG. Specifically, Gillian received this recognition in the 'Trailblazers and Trendsetters' category for her work spearheading The Scotiabank Women Initiative™, a program that supports women-led and women-owned businesses in Canada through Access to Capital, Mentorship and Education. A list of the Top 100 Award winners was released today, honouring the accomplishments of women from across Canada who advocate for diversity in the workforce and inspire the next generation of leaders.
TORONTO , Nov. 20, 2019 /CNW/ - Scotiabank announced today key enhancements to its digital mortgage experience, Scotiabank eHOME, as part of its commitment to deliver leading, innovative digital solutions that elevate the customer experience. Canadians can now get pre-approved for a mortgage, convert their pre-approval to a mortgage application, and search for their dream home – all in one digital platform. Through Scotiabank eHOME's digital pre-approval, potential home buyers can secure an exclusive online rate and receive a decision on how much of a mortgage they can afford in just minutes.
EDMONTON , Nov. 19, 2019 /CNW/ - Scotiabank announced a donation of $1.25 million to the University of Alberta this morning, to fund the Scotiabank Artificial Intelligence Research Initiative in the Department of Computing Science. The Scotiabank Artificial Intelligence Research Initiative aims to understand and build practical tools and predictive models for fraud detection and speech to text analytics. The use of artificial intelligence at Scotiabank has already illustrated significant potential by providing customers with more customized products and services and resolving customer inquiries more efficiently.
TORONTO , Nov. 18, 2019 /CNW/ - Ian Williams has been named the winner of the 2019 Scotiabank Giller Prize for his novel Reproduction, published by Random House Canada, taking home $100,000 courtesy of Scotiabank. The gala was broadcast live commercial-free presented by Scotia Wealth Management on CBC, CBC Radio One and streamed live on CBCBooks.ca.
TORONTO , Nov. 14, 2019 /CNW/ - Recognizing the critical role that the financial services sector plays in the transition to a low-carbon, more resilient and prosperous future, Scotiabank today announced its Climate Commitments to support clients in the transition to a low-carbon economy and decarbonize its own operations. Mobilize $100 billion by 2025 to reduce the impacts of climate change. Establish a Climate Change Centre of Excellence to mobilize collaboration, dialogue and information-sharing and contribute to the global conversation on climate change.
TORONTO , Nov. 13, 2019 /CNW/ - Today, Scotiabank launched the first Trusted Data & AI for Canadian Business certification in Canada . In collaboration with Smith School of Business at Queen's University, and the IEEE, the world's largest technical professional organization advancing technology for humanity, the program is designed specifically for Scotiabank employees to develop foundational knowledge and understanding of ethical principles in business decision making, AI applications and processes. At Scotiabank, our investment in AI goes beyond the smart implementation of new tools and technologies, with a commitment to being leaders in the development of principles, guidelines and training for the ethical application of this powerful technology.