TORONTO, March 31, 2017 /CNW/ - Scotiabank is donating $500,000 USD to help with the rescue, relief and recovery efforts in Peru following the recent flooding and landslides. Our thoughts are with everyone impacted by the events.
"It is important that we contribute to the relief efforts during the ongoing flooding," said Miguel Uccelli, CEO of Scotiabank Peru. "We recognize that many of Scotiabank's customers, employees and friends have been affected and and want to support the work that's being done to help those in need during this difficult time."
Scotiabank is committed to helping our customers and employees impacted by the flooding, including helping refinance loans in affected areas. We recognize the personal circumstances of our individual customers and will work with them during these challenging times to help accommodate their needs.
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For further information: For media enquiries only: Gaby Rodriguez Larrain Salinas, Media Relations, Scotiabank Peru, [email protected]; Diana Hart, Public, Corporate and Government Affairs, Scotiabank, 416-866-7238, [email protected]