Scotiabank muestra signos de aumentar su participación en Chile al 83%

Scotiabank muestra signos de aumentar su participación en Chile al 83%
Scotiabank suscribe una participación del 83% en las operaciones de Chile – Noticias 1130

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Última actualización el 3 de mayo de 2021 a las 8:47 am P.T.D.

Toronto – Nova Scotia Bank firmó un acuerdo para comprar una participación adicional del 7% en Scotiabank Chile a la familia Syd.

El acuerdo aumentaría las operaciones de Scotiabank en Chile al 83 por ciento.

Scotiabank afirma que la transacción tiene un valor aproximado de 500 millones de dólares.

El gerente general de Scotiabank, Brian Porter, dice que el banco en Chile es un pilar clave de su negocio internacional.

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El banco con sede en Toronto respalda su enfoque estratégico en las operaciones de acuerdos, donde puede alcanzar mayores niveles y ofrecer un mayor valor a los clientes.

La transacción está sujeta a las condiciones de finalización habituales y las aprobaciones regulatorias.

Este informe de The Canadian Press se publicó por primera vez el 3 de mayo de 2021.

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