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Increasing Productivity and Connectivity in North America

Following the launch of Scotiabank’s new strategy in December, President and CEO, Scott Thomson is focused on delivering against the Bank’s vision to become its clients’ most trusted financial partner by driving sustainable and profitable growth for the Bank—and in North America. Join Canadian Club Toronto on June 6 for a fireside chat with The Globe and Mail’s banking reporter Stefanie Marotta, as they discuss the unique role Canada has to play in supporting greater connectivity and productivity across North America.


*Live stream for virtual guests starts at 12:40 pm ET*


Scott Thomson

President and CEO, Scotiabank

Scott Thomson assumed the role of President of Scotiabank on December 1, 2022, and became President and Chief Executive Officer of the Bank on February 1, 2023. Mr. Thomson has been a member of the Scotiabank Board of Directors since 2016. Prior to joining Scotiabank, Mr. Thomson was the President and CEO of Finning International Inc., the world’s largest dealer of Caterpillar equipment and engines across diverse industries in the Americas and Europe. Mr. Thomson has also held a number of senior executive positions including Chief Financial Officer of Talisman Energy Inc. and Executive Vice President, Corporate Development at Bell Canada Enterprises (BCE). Prior to his tenure at BCE, Mr. Thomson was a Vice President at Goldman Sachs.

Mr. Thomson holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in economics and political science from Queen’s University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Chicago.


Stefanie Marotta

Banking Reporter, The Globe and Mail

Stefanie Marotta reports on banking at The Globe and Mail, covering the country’s largest lenders and the industry’s regulators. She has interviewed industry leaders at major events and conferences, including Sibos, Canadian Club Toronto and the Bloomberg Canadian Finance Conference, and shared her reporting on live television, radio and podcasts. Over more than a decade, Stefanie has worked in roles spanning business, technology, politics and municipal affairs reporting, as well as stints in media relations and strategic corporate communications on Bay Street and Queen’s Park.