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Scotiabank scraps sale of Antigua, Guyana banks for now amid regulatory and political pushback

(The Financial Post) The Bank of Nova Scotia has scrapped the sale of its holdings in two Caribbean countries and will continue to run the operations for the time being after running into regulatory and political pushback.
Scotiabank announced Friday that it had completed the sale of banking operations in seven “non-core” Caribbean markets — including Anguilla, Dominica and Grenada — to Trinidad and Tobago-based Republic Financial Holdings Ltd.

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