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We want you to know that the safety and security of our customers and employees is our top priority.

Last updated 20/05/21

Messages from Executives

We salute you, our customers, for your patience and understanding throughout this evolving situation. We thank you as we know the road ahead will be challenging. 

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Branch updates

Given the fluidity of the situation, the way we operate during the global pandemic continues to change. Find out more about branches that are open to serve you, our daily dedicated hour for seniors and differently abled customers, branch hours, transactions available over the counter and more.

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Scotia Caribbean App

Download the app today and take care of your day-to-day banking any day, any time when you use Scotia OnLine Banking or the Scotia Caribbean App. Pay your bills, transfer funds, pay your credit card, view and save account statements + more! 

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Financial Relief

We remain committed to working with you to develop customised solutions that best suit your unique financial needs.

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Have you heard?

Check out our Media Centre to  keep up with our latest updates. 

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Protect yourself and your loved ones

Remember to be vigilant in the fight against fraud. 

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Check out the latest banking tips and advice for Seniors

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Scotiabank is proud to  support local communities  around the globe.

Proud to support local communities around the globe.

We’re proud to support our local communities who are coming together around the globe. In Trinidad & Tobago, an initial donation was made to the Foundation for the Enhancement & Enrichment of Life (F.E.E.L.) by Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago to provide face masks to those in need. Another donation assisted with food supplies and essential items to needy families in communities throughout the country, while in April and May, frontline healthcare employees at the South West Regional Health Authority have received meals courtesy Scotiabank as they help the country fight this pandemic.

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic locally, Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago has provided financial relief to more than 50,000 customers, including assistance with mortgages, loans, lines of credit, auto loans and credit cards. At times such as this, when so many households and businesses are struggling, we want to do more to support those in need in tangible ways, in particular our customers and communities.  #InThisTogether.


Stay informed.

Follow the latest developments from the Ministry of Health, Trinidad & Tobago and the World Health Organization (WHO).

We remain committed to supporting you and keeping you informed.