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Screen_Shot_2015-05-18_at_8.24.20_PMToday, Scotiabank announced that Michael Shaw has been appointment as the new Vice President and Managing Director of the lending institution. With 30 year of experience, as the former District Vice President of Scotiabank Metro North in Jamaica, Shaw successfully led the Sales and Service management team for the district comprising of 10 bank branches. A release from the institution revealed that Shaw’s new role at Scotiabank (Belize) Ltd will be to look over the bank’s development, communication and implementation of the bank’s local business strategy, business goals and core values for Belize’s operations in alignment with International Banking and Corporate strategies. The arrival of Shaw, as the departure of former Managing Director Patrick Andrews, marks a milestone in local operations as the bank embraces the formal change of guard in the leadership of this financial institution. Andrews has been with the bank for over 41 years. The Bank has more than 15,000 employees in the region, including affiliates, serving more than two million customers, with 450 branches, kiosks, other offices and more than 1,000 ABMs.

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