UPDATED ON: Tuesday, December 1, 1998
Scotiabank Electronic Banking Group:
Albert Emile Wahbe; Paul LeBlanc; Drew Brown; Bob Lounsbury; Mary Anne Chambers; Bob Grant,
Senior Vice-President; Executive Vice-President
From The Globe and Mail
Mary Anne Chambers
Scotiabank is pleased to announce the following appointments to its newly created Electronic Banking Group:
Albert Emile Wahbe to the position of Executive Vice-President, Electronic Banking. Mr. Wahbe has overall responsibility for the strategic direction, development, implementation and customer service of the Bank's electronic services for retail, commercial and corporate clients as well as Montreal Trust's corporate trust and share registration activities.
Paul LeBlanc to the position of Executive Vice-President, Montreal Trust and Senior Vice-President, Cash and Treasury Management Services. Mr. LeBlanc will continue in his role to be responsible for Montreal Trust's corporate trust and share registration activities. In addition, he oversees sales activities for cash and treasury management, including the promotion of new e-commerce applications.
Drew Brown to the position of Senior Vice-President, Commercial/Corporate Electronic Banking. Mr. Brown is responsible for the development, production and marketing of the Bank's commercial and corporate electronic banking services, including merchant point of sale products, on a global basis. He also oversees the development of other e-commerce applications.
Bob Lounsbury to the position of Senior Vice-President, Electronic Banking Call Centres. Mr. Lounsbury has overall responsibility for the Bank's call centres in Calgary, Toronto, Montreal and Halifax providing customer service and sales 24 hours a day, seven days a week. He also has overall responsibility for the development and promotion of the Bank's electronic banking channels such as ABMs, telephone and Internet banking.
Mary Anne Chambers to the position of Senior Vice-President, Electronic Banking Technical Services. Mrs. Chambers provides technical support for all electronic delivery channels and is responsible for client relationships and service for the full range of commercial and corporate electronic banking services.
Bob Grant to the position of Vice-President, Electronic Banking Delivery Channels. Mr. Grant is responsible for the development and promotion of electronic banking channels to the Bank's retail and small business clients.
Scotiabank is one of North America's premier financial institutions, with more than $222 billion in assets and approximately 42,000 employees worldwide. It is also Canada's most international bank, with over 1,700 branches and offices in more than 50 countries in six continents. Scotiabank is on the World Wide Web at http://www.scotiabank.ca.