Scotiabank is a leading multinational financial services provider and Canada's most international bank. We provide innovative financial products and services to individuals, businesses, corporations, and governments across the U.S. Virgin Islands and around the world.
Our commitment to customers -- Discover what’s possible -- is more than just an advertising slogan; it's backed by the experience and stability that results from leading progressive and continuous banking services in the Caribbean for more than a century. We draw on our past and present to help you uncover new opportunities for your future, giving you the power to make becoming better off possible.
Scotiabank is dedicated to helping our customers uncover new opportunities to achieve their goals. Whether you need to open an account or expand your business, we’re here to help make it happen.
Our Mission Statement:
We are committed to being the institution of choice in the financial sector, providing superior products and services, and being a good corporate citizen to the benefit of our customers, shareholders, and staff.
Scotiabank has been proudly providing financial services to the people of the U.S. Virgin Islands since 1963. Scotiabank currently operates a network of two branches in the U.S. Virgin Islands, offering the latest financial services and advice to existing and potential customers.
Scotiabank has been part of the Caribbean and Central America since 1889. Today Scotiabank is now the leading bank in the region, with operations in 25 countries, 10,000 employees, and more than 2 million customers.
With more than 2,000 branches and offices in 50 countries, Scotiabank is the most international of the Canadian banks, and has been doing business internationally for more than 100 years.
Scotiabank’s senior management team oversees its operations across the country, ensuring we uphold the highest possible standards of service.
We consider sound and effective corporate governance essential to our long-term success. Scotiabank’s corporate governance policies are designed to ensure the effective supervision of the bank’s managers and operations.
Scotiabank provides a variety of financial products and services through its banking, trust, securities, and insurance operations in some 50 countries around the world. Consequently, the Bank is subject to and must comply with a broad variety of regulations vigorously enforced by numerous governments, regulators, and self-regulating bodies.