TORONTO, June 6 /CNW/ - ScotiaMocatta has been named one of Canada's 71
Global Leaders by The Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity.
The list identifies the five largest firms in various industries.
ScotiaMocatta was recognized as one of the five leading firms in precious
metals trading and finance.
"We strive to be a global leader in our industry, and this recognition
speaks to everything we have achieved," said Barry Wainstein, Vice Chairman,
Scotia Capital and the Global Head of Foreign Exchange and Precious Metals.
"Our dedication to providing outstanding client service, innovative risk
management solutions and competitive pricing, on a global basis, is clearly
the key to success."
"Canada's long-term prosperity truly depends on the success of our large,
globally competitive companies (or large global leaders)," said James Milway,
Executive Director, Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity. "The
companies on our list of Canada's 71 Global Leaders contribute significantly
to the strength of our economy."
The Institute for Competitiveness and Prosperity is the research arm of
Ontario's Task Force on Competitiveness, Prosperity and Economic Progress.
ScotiaMocatta is the precious metals division of Scotiabank and is a
global leader in precious metals trading and finance with roots dating back to
1671. ScotiaMocatta is a leading market-maker with operations worldwide
serving a diverse clientele of producers and consumers of bullion across a
variety of industries.
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