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SSC&B Lintas bags the account of metals trading firm ScotiaMocatta

27-April-2006
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SSC&B Lintas bags the account of metals trading firm ScotiaMocatta

SSC&B Lintas has won the account of ScotiaMocatta, a part of the Scotiabank Group. ScotiaMocatta is a global player in metals trading, brokerage and finance. Scotiabank is a Canadian bank with branches and offices in over 50 countries.

Confirming the win, Ashish Bhasin, President, SSC&B Lintas, said, “Purchase of gold in India has a huge amount of sentiment and emotion attached to it, which is what our strategy and creative captures. I am really happy that the SSC&B Lintas’ strategy of providing world class product in India is working so well.”

ScotiaMocatta gold coins in 5 gm and 10 gm options are being launched in India, which will be retailed by reputed jewellers. Purity of these coins will be certified by the relevant international bodies.

The clients added to the SSC&B Lintas’ fold in the last year or so include Videocon group, MTNL, BSNL, ICICI Direct, Harisson Malayalam, UB Group, Taurus Mutual Fund, CyberMedia Dice, Essar Group, Meera & Co, Motul, Vardhaman Group, PSI, Abbot and Sanjeevani.

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