Art of Brunch with Scotia Wealth Management

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S ince 2003 Scotiabank Jamaica has been offering private banking services to its high net worth clients. By 2010 this specialised service grew into the Scotia Private Client Group and last Sunday, the rebrand — Scotia Wealth Management — was formally launched to local clients. Scotiabank Jamaica President and CEO David Noel along with Scotia Wealth Management Centre Director Roger Grant and regional Scotia Wealth Management director Greg Fletcher hosted a client brunch at the National Gallery of Jamaica in celebration of this. Besides giving Wealth Management clients an opportunity to break bread with their trusted financial advisors, they were also treated to a private curator-led tour of the Beyond Fashion exhibition currently being shown.

Scotia Wealth Management is “an innovative team-based approach to wealth management” that brings together skilled relationship managers, financial advisors and portfolio managers to offer high net worth clients an elevated, tailored and thoughtful private banking experience. Jamaica now joins Canada, The Bahamas, Barbados, The Cayman Islands and Peru in offering services under the Scotia Wealth Management brand. Joining the Scotia Wealth Management Jamaica team at Sunday’s brunch event were Scotia Wealth Management advisors from the Toronto office.

Having been rated as one of the safest banks in the world by Standard & Poor’s, Scotiabank is also an award-winning institution. In 2013 it was awarded Bank of the Year in Canada, British Virgin Islands, Jamaica, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago. And from 2013 to 2015 it was awarded best bank in country for Barbados, Jamaica, Trinidad & Tobago, Turks & Caicos and the US Virgin Islands.

Sunday’s client brunch and art exhibition creatively illustrated to Scotia Wealth Management clients that the institution is all about “enriched thinking”.

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