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A wave of recent departures at the Bank of Nova Scotia is reshaping the bank’s talent pool.

John Tuer, managing director and head of mergers and acquisitions, is leaving the bank, the latest high-profile exit in Scotiabank’s global banking and markets division, according to people familiar with the matter.

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