Canadian bank Scotiabank recently announced the inauguration of ScotiaTech, its technology hub in Bogotá, from which it will provide services to the rest of the Latin American region. With the launch of this project, the company began looking for employees to perform tasks in technology.
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With the new technology center, it aims to boost banking experiences by creating technology products that have a particular impact on the Latin American markets where it is present.
Likewise, the Global Service Center (Scotia GBS), headquartered in Bogotá and of which ScotiaTech is a part, supports the operations of the bank and its subsidiaries in 27 countries. It also offers services ranging from telephone customer service to support for business functions.
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Michael Zerbs, Group Director of Global Technology and Operationscommented: “We are very pleased to strengthen our presence in Colombia with the official opening of ScotiaTech, a leading and growing technology hub for key talent for technology and digital issues.”
Scotiabank focuses on high-value growth markets in the region and has more than 10,000 employees in Colombia.
It has been present in the country for a decade, with a 51 percent stake in Scotiabank Colpatria, providing services and financial advice to individuals and businesses.
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Jaime Alberto Upegui, president of Scotiabank Colpatria, highlights the investments the Canadian group is making in Colombia to leverage environmental, social and corporate governance aspects for nearly 650,000 over the next two years for nearly $650,000 in different regions of the country dollars.
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For its part, the Canadian bank has a team of about 90,000 employees in the countries of the world where it is present, and its assets as of October 31 of last year are about CAD 1,200 million.