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Scotiabank CEO Brian Porter speaks during the company's annual general meeting in Ottawa on Thursday, April 9, 2015. (Cole Burston/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Scotiabank CEO Brian Porter speaks during the company's annual general meeting in Ottawa on Thursday, April 9, 2015. (Cole Burston/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

Shaking up Scotiabank: Brian Porter's vision for a bank of the future Add to ...

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The dizzying run of executive departures started early, and for more than two years, rarely seemed to let up.

Three months before Brian Porter took over as Bank of Nova Scotia’s chief executive officer, in November, 2013, senior leaders around him started to make tracks. Chief risk officer Rob Pitfield was the first to say farewell, announcing plans to leave in August of that year.

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