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Scotiabank adds talent to wealth management team

File photo of a Scotiabank branch on Bay Street South of Queen Street in Toronto.

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The Bank of Nova Scotia is adding an executive to its upper ranks, hiring a wealth management veteran who was formerly at Toronto-Dominion Bank.

Robin Lacey will join Scotiabank in mid-April as managing director and head of global institutional asset management.

In the role, he will oversee new business relating to institutional investors such as pensions plans, foundations and companies. He will report into Barb Mason, the bank's executive vice president of global wealth management.

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Mr. Lacey joined TD Asset Management Inc. in 2004 and later took on the roll of as vice-chair and head of institutional distribution.

(Jacqueline Nelson is a Globe and Mail Financial Services Reporter.)

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Jacqueline Nelson is a financial services reporter at the Report on Business. Prior to that she was a staff writer at Canadian Business magazine, covering news and writing features on a wide variety of subjects. More

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