UPDATED ON: Thursday, October 04, 2001
Senior Vice-President, Corporate Pensions
From The Globe and Mail
Scotiabank is pleased to announce the appointment of Deborah Lomow to the position of Senior Vice-President, Corporate Pensions. In her new role, Ms. Lomow will be responsible for the policy and resource aspects of the Bank’s retirement programs, including risk management, governance, financial and asset management, plan design, and communications.
Ms. Lomow joined Scotiabank in 1997 and has held senior management positions in the Bank’s Group Treasury, Human Resources, and Finance divisions. Most recently, she was Vice-President and Actuary, Corporate Pensions.
Ms. Lomow has more than 15 years of employee benefits plan management and consulting experience for leading Canadian corporations. She is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Actuaries and a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Scotiabank is one of North America’s premier financial institutions, with more than $271 billion in assets and approximately 51,000 employees worldwide, including affiliates. It is also Canada’s most international bank with more than 2,000 branches and offices in more than 50 countries. Scotiabank is on the World Wide Web at www.scotiabank.com.