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Scotiabank: Quiz


Question 1: Scotiabank also is currently the Official Bank of the ________ and National Hockey League Players' Association.
National Hockey League rivalriesNational Hockey League All-Star GameOriginal SixNational Hockey League

Question 2: The Manitoba branch later closed but the experience of doing business in a grain-town encouraged the Bank to expand into the American Midwest, including Minneapolis in 1885 and ________ in 1892.
Blue Island, IllinoisBurr Ridge, IllinoisElmhurst, IllinoisChicago

Question 3: Scotiabank Hall of ________ in St. Catharines, Ontario.
Carleton UniversityBrock UniversityLaurentian UniversityLakehead University

Question 4: The bank was founded in 1832 in Halifax, ________, and its primary corporate offices are located in Toronto, Ontario.
Nova ScotiaBritish ColumbiaCanadaNewfoundland and Labrador

Question 5: In Canada, the Bank was represented in all of the Maritime Provinces, Quebec, Ontario and ________.
AlbertaManitobaSaskatchewanBritish Columbia

Question 6: The bank employs over 69,000 employees all over the globe including: Europe, ________, Latin America and the Caribbean.
AsiaContinentMiddle EastSingapore

Question 7: The Bank of Nova Scotia (in French, Banque de Nouvelle-Écosse, and commonly Scotiabank in English and Banque Scotia in French) is the third largest bank in ________ by deposits and market capitalization.
United KingdomUnited StatesBarbadosCanada

Question 8: Currently has the naming rights to the arena of the ________, branding it Scotiabank Place.
2008–09 Ottawa Senators seasonLondon KnightsOttawa SenatorsToronto Maple Leafs

Question 9: Current members of the ________ of Scotiabank are:[21] Ronald A.
Chief risk officerBoard of directorsCorporate governanceChief financial officer

Question 10: Scotiabank, however, backed out of the deal, and PNC would acquire National City with TARP funds on October 24, 2008 after National City became a victim of the ________.
Regulatory responses to the subprime crisisUnited States housing market correctionSubprime crisis impact timelineSubprime mortgage crisis


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