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Scotiabank

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Address
Calle Armando Blondet 135
District
  • San Isidro
City (Peru)
Lima
Phone Number
(+511) 311-6000

Scotiabank Perú is a Peruvian Bank subsidiary of the Canadian Bank of Nova Scotia. It is the result of the merger of Peruvian banks Wiese Sudameris and Banco Sudamericano. The bank's presence in Peru dates to 1997 and today the bank is the third biggest finance company of Peru.

Scotiabank Perú is a Peruvian Bank subsidiary of the Canadian Bank of Nova Scotia. It is the result of the merger of Peruvian banks Wiese Sudameris and Banco Sudamericano. The bank's presence in Peru dates to 1997 and today the bank is the third biggest finance company of Peru. It performs all the activities of commercial banks: retail banking, business banking, corporate banking and investment banking. As of January 2010, there are 165 agencies nationwide and well over 300 ATM's.

List of all agencies and ATM's on their web page under "Agencias y Cajeros".

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