It’s rare to see Canadian corporate marks outside of Canada.
One notable exception is Bank of Nova Scotia. In Lima, the political and business capital of Peru, “Scotiabank” competes for attention in the city’s skyline with the country’s domestic financial institutions. Scotia is a major player in the countries of the “Pacific Alliance,” a group that includes Mexico, Peru, Chile and Colombia. That makes Scotia’s CEO, Brian Porter, one of the better placed Canadians to discuss the state of the global economy. I met him in Lima earlier this month to do just that. Here are the highlights of that conversation:
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