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Scotiabank’s cocktails and conversations

Monday, April 24, 2017    

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MANDEVILLE, Manchester — Scotiabank took time out on March 16 to treat “premium banking” clients here to an intimate evening with members of the division.

The occasion, called “Cocktails and Conversations”, was to reassure customers, many of whom have been longstanding businesspeople in Manchester, that their service is valued.

Manager of Scotiabank Mandeville, Earl Blake, said that those customers have stayed with the bank in good and bad times.

“In any good family there are ups and down, but what matters is how you settle the score,” he said.


Manager of the Premium Banking Division, Christopher Samuels, said that they have always delivered the best service they can.

Blake said that Scotiabank has been in Mandeville for 110 years.

The evening with clients was in partnership with ATL Automotive.

—Alicia Sutherland

 

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