There are reports of widespread outages affecting some Canadian banks, including Scotiabank, RBC, and BMO Thursday morning. The post Online banking outages reported in Canada appeared first on CityNews Edmonton .
Bank of Nova Scotia offers an attractive dividend and should benefit as the global economy recovers. Is this the right time to buy BNS stock? The post BNS Stock: Is Bank of Nova Scotia the Best Canadian Bank Stock to Buy Now? appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
SAN JOSE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) today announced its upcoming participation in the following investor event: Scotiabank Investor Q&A Session Friday, July 23, 2021 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time Jonathan Vaas, vice president Investor Relations Audio of this presentation will be webcast from Adobes Investor Relations website at www.adobe.com/ADBE. Conference presentation times are subject to change at the discretion of the conference host. Adobe uses its website as a channel of
Backed by American Express, Scotiabank will launch the platinum card in metal for its customers in the Caribbean NASSAU, BAHAMAS American Express and Scotiabank yesterday announced the expansion of their global relationship with an exclusive agreement for Scotiabank to issue American Express cards in various countries in the Caribbean. The focus will be to 
The OSFI isnt lifting restrictions on dividend increases and share buybacks yet. However, the yields of Bank of Nova Scotia stock and National Bank of Canada stock could rise when the banking watchdog gives the green light. The post Bank Stocks Are Gearing Up for a Huge 13% Dividend Increase appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
Fortis Inc. stock and Scotiabank stock are two top dividend stocks that you can add to your dividend income portfolio to generate passive income for a long time. The post 2 Top Dividend Stocks for Your Portfolio appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
TORONTO , July 15, 2021 /CNW/ - CHIP Mortgage Trust ("CMT" or the "Trust") today announced that it has concluded the sale of $125 million of senior medium term notes (the "Notes"). The dealer syndicate for this sale was led by Scotiabank and CIBC Capital Markets and included National Bank Financial Markets, BMO Capital Markets, RBC Capital Markets and TD Securities. The Series 2021-1 Notes, issued on July 15, 2021 , have a coupon of 1.503%, are rated AAA (sf) by DBRS Limited and have an expected final payment date of November 15, 2024 . CMT will use the proceeds of this issue to refinance outstanding indebtedness, fund mortgages originated by HomeEquity Bank, and fund ongoing operations. "We received considerable interest from investors in our Notes and have closed another very successful issue, priced at the lowest-ever coupon for any offering by CMT," said Atul Chandra , Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, HomeEquity Bank. "Our Bank has been delivering exceptional operating and financial results, which
Scotiabank continues to make significant investments in its digital banking options, with new features recently added to the Scotia Caribbean Mobile App. Over the past year, we have seen an increase in online and mobile transactions and now with these expanded Mobile App features, customers can do even more of their banking safely and conveniently,  The post Scotiabank expands Mobile App features appeared first on Barbados Today .
Holders of Bank of Nova Scotia stock and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce stock expect the dividends to increase some more. However, the new OSFI head told investors to be patient, as the banks are not yet allowed to increase dividends. The post OSFI to Big 5 Banks: Dont Increase Your Dividends Yet appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
Bank of Nova Scotia (TSX:BNS)(NYSE:BNS) has the most global exposure among Canada''s biggest banks. The post A Top Stock on the TSX to Buy Today and Hold Forever appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada .
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ReadyMode, a Vancouver, BC-based call centre software provider that offers dialing speeds through its cloud-based predictive dialer, secured $4M in venture debt. The round was led by ScotiaBanks Technology and Innovation Banking arm. The company intends to use the funds to scale its operations and hire more than 40 new employees over the next year. Led by CEO Jason  The post ReadyMode Raises $4M in Venture Debt appeared first on FinSMEs .
JARREL DE MATAS JUNE, amongst other things, celebrated Pride Month. Thirty days dedicated to raising awareness, promoting equal rights and celebrating diversity. But 30 days arent enough. Recognition of diversity should be year-round. The moment I set foot on the University of Massachusetts Amherst campus I was greeted by a huge banner that read: Building a Community of Dignity and Respect. Honor differences. See the humanity in everyone. The word respect was rainbow-coloured. I remember how this made me feel, like I belonged there, that no matter what individuals might say to me because of my skin colour, the way I spoke, or where I was born, the institution where I was going to study would protect my human rights. In Trinidad weve made small strides toward building a society of dignity and respect that allows us to see the humanity in everyone. Three years ago we witnessed a historic High Court ruling which rendered laws criminalising same-sex intimacy between consenting adults as unconstitutional.
WHILE most banking customers in Jamaica now have at least one card linked to an account, there are still many who are not fully aware of proactive steps that can be taken to prevent financial losses through card breaches. Whether it''s a debit card - linked to a savings or chequing account - or a credit card, it should always be protected and treated like cash. Keep your information updated Cardholders should keep the bank informed of all changes to their contact information such as address, contact number and e-mail address. This facilitates quick communication in the event of a breach and can help to keep the cardholder updated on any usage activity through features like Scotia Alerts. It also ensures that any bank correspondence is received. Travel plans If you intend to use your card during a trip outside of the country, cardholders are encouraged to notify the bank. A travel alert will then be placed on the card to prevent it from being blocked for suspicious or fraudulent transactions and this will help to avoid any inconvenience you may experience as a result of this.
The Barbados Entrepreneurship Foundation (BEF) $20 Challenge is proud to have its perennial sponsor Scotiabank returning as the title sponsor for the recently launched new community summer programme. Ryan Carrington, Manager at the Scotiabank Haggatt Hall Branch, attended the recent launch and lauded the BEF for the sterling job they have been doing with the  The post $20 challenge gets continued boost appeared first on Barbados Today .
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