A Christmas Cocktail with David Noel

Sunday Social

Sunday, December 09, 2018

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Christmas came early for Scotiabank, Scotia Insurance, and Scotia Investment clinetele, who were feted urban party style in L & M at the Worthington, Spanish Court hotel last Thursday night. In one year, the Scotia Group has seen a 10 per cent increase in the Scotia Investment loan portfolio, and that, according to Scotiabank President and CEO David Noel, was reason enough for Scotiabank board members and executives to engage their loyal customers and investors, which included members of the Scotiabank Private Client Group.

Tai Flora handled décor, using lucite ornaments, roses of the Scotiabank red, and dangling sparklers that gave an understated Yuletide vibe. The Spanish Court Hotel provided the scrumptious fare and libations and Coppershot Music got patrons on the dance floor.

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