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Scotiabank’s Schnoor heading to Canada
Scotiabank has announced that current managing director of Scotiabank T&T and senior vice president and head of the Caribbean South and East, Anya Schnoor has been promoted to Executive Vice President, Retail Payments, Deposits and Unsecured Lending for Canadian Banking effective November 1, 2017.
In a release on Tuesday Scotiabank T&T chairman Brendan King praised Schnoor for her years of service to the Bank saying: “Anya is a highly-accomplished banking executive with a wealth of financial management experience.”
Noting her contribution to the Bank King added: “She has made significant contributions to our business in the Caribbean and instilled a customer focused mindset with our teams across the 12 islands for which she has held oversight responsibility. Anya is an exceptional leader and we wish her well in her new role.”
Schnoor joined Scotiabank Jamaica in 2006 and in 2012, was installed as senior vice president and managing director of Scotiabank T&T, International Banking and 2016, was given the role of senior vice president and Head, Caribbean South and East, International Banking.
Commenting on her new position, James Sullivan, Group Head, Canadian Banking at Scotiabank said: “We are delighted to welcome MS. Schnoor to the Canadian Banking team.”
He added: “Her deep understanding of the day-to-day customer service experience, along with her appreciation for the bank’s ability to implement innovative new solutions to meet evolving customer needs will serve us well in her new role.”
Also extending congratulations to Schnoor on her new role, the Banker’s Association of T&T described her as “an accomplished banker who has made a significant contribution tot he banking sector
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