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SCOTIABANK TOACQUIRE BBVA CHILEINVESTOR PRESENTATIONDecember 5, 2017

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BBVA CHILE - TRANSACTION HIGHLIGHTSTRANSACTIONWITH BBVAOWNERSHIPCONSIDERATIONS Binding agreement signed with Banco Bilbao Biscaya Argentaria (“BBVA”) to acquire 68.19% of BBVA’sbank in Chile (“BBVA Chile”) for US 2.0 billion in cash (C 2.6 billion) Price adjustment dollar for dollar to reflect change in retained earnings since December 2016 until closing Said family has waived its Right of First Refusal on BBVA’s interest in BBVA Chile. We are offering the Said family the opportunity to contribute its existing stake in BBVA Chile and to invest US 500 million (C 650 million) to remain as a 25% minority shareholder in MergeCo Under this scenario, Scotiabank to own 75% of MergeCo resulting in a net cash outlay of US 1.7 billion(C 2.2 billion) Said family’s ultimate ownership in MergeCo could therefore be zero or any amount up to 25% If the Said family decides to remain as a minority shareholder in MergeCo, Scotiabank and Said family haveagreed on a term sheet that will form a shareholders agreement defining certain corporate governancematters including board representation and customary minority protections applicable to this scenario Acquisition of BBVA’s 68.19% stake in BBVA Chile expected to close in Q3 2018, subject to customaryconditions and regulatory approvals Merger of Scotiabank Chile and BBVA Chile expected to occur in Q4 2018GOVERNANCETIMELINES1Scotiabank will be required to launch a mandatory tender offer for the remaining sharesTransaction also includes the acquisition of BBVA’s insurance company and certain support subsidiariesTotal estimated price at closing to BBVA is US 2.2 billion ( C 2.9 billion)Transaction values BBVA Chile at 2.1x 2017 Book Value and 18x Price / 2017 LTM Earnings1Scotiabank Chile to ultimately merge with BBVA Chile (“MergeCo”)The Said family retains its rights to sell all or a portion of its shares in BBVA Chile under the terms of themandatory tender offer at closingAs of September 20173

BBVA CHILE - TRANSACTION RATIONALEALIGNS WITHSCOTIABANK’S STRATEGICGOALS FOR THEPACIFIC ALLIANCELEVERAGES INDIVIDUALAND COMBINEDSTRENGTHES TO CREATE APREMIER CHILEAN BANKCHILE IS A STABLE MARKETWITH FAVOURABLEECONOMIC FUNDAMENTALS12 Significantly enhances Scotiabank’s existing presence in Chile, a key Pacific Alliance country Scotiabank has strong sales productivity through its distribution channels and personal loan andcredit card portfoliosCreates the 4th largest bank (3rd largest private bank) in Chile with a 14% loan market shareConsistent with strategy to invest in faster growing Latin American markets with strongmacroeconomic fundamentals, favourable demographics and stable banking environments BBVA Chile has significant capital markets expertise and cash management capabilities Strong cultural fit from two international banks with an established local presence in Chile High standards in regulatory compliance, strong credit culture and prudent risk management Digitally focused banks with an ambitious digital and customer experience agenda Opportunity to leverage best practices, technology and talent from both banks Investment grade ratings of A by S&P and Aa3 by Moody’s1 Attractive destination for foreign direct investmentStrong institutions combined with sound macroeconomic fundamentalsPrudent fiscal and monetary policy, based upon cooperation with international financialinstitutions, has contributed greatly to macroeconomic stabilityRepresents S&P Long-term Sovereign Issuer Rating (Foreign) and Moody's Long-term Issuer Rating (Foreign)Based on data for Scotiabank and BBVA Chile for FY ‘164

PRO FORMA SCOTIABANK CHILE – LEADING CHILEAN BANKBBVA CHILE LOAN MIX1MARKET SHARE BY LOANS1Credit Card s2019393,7004,0007,70089127216(C BN)Commercial45%EmployeesSource: Company Information. Chilean Superintendence of Banks (SBIF).1 Based on data for Scotiabank Chile and BBVA Chile at 6/30/17Banco de ScotiabankEstado BBVA7%HIGHLIGHTS1PRO FORMA LOAN MIX1Mortgage36%11%7%Santander Banco deChileCAGR 2013-2016: 7.1%Credit Card6%PersonalLoans9%14%Branches5

MERGECO OWNERSHIP SCENARIOS & FINANCIAL METRICSMetric/RatioScotiabank 75% OwnershipScotiabank 100% OwnershipInvestmentUS 1.7 BN (C 2.1 BN)US 3.1 BN (C 3.9 BN)Year 1 NIAT Increase1C 50 – 70 MMC 100 – 140 MMYear 3 NIAT Increase1C 160 – 180 MMC 320 – 360 MM90 bps135 bpsEstimated CET1 ImpactADDITIONAL HIGHLIGHTS AND CONSIDERATIONS Estimated pre-tax cost synergies:C 150 – 180 MM per year on a fully phased-in basis by 2020 Estimated pre-tax integration expense:C 260 – 280 MM predominantly in year 1 and 2 Accretive to EPS in Year 1, excluding integration and intangible costs Expense synergies driven by optimization of the distribution network, including migrating operations to a single platform Funding synergies over time driven by greater scale and mix shift towards cheaper demand and savings deposits Attrition assumption of 10% in the commercial portfolio in year 1 and 2 from targeted sector reductions Assumes retail loan attrition of 5% in year 1 and 2% in year 212Excludes integration costs and amortization costsBased on data for Scotiabank and BBVA Chile for FY ‘166

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SCOTIABANK – THE LEADING BANK IN THE PACIFIC ALLIANCEColombia# CustomersMexico# CustomersAssets# Branches# ATMs3.6 MMAssetsMexico321.8 MM13# Branches184# ATMs3697541,579ColombiaPeru# CustomersAssets2.4 MMPeru26# Branches304# ATMs959ChileChile1# CustomersAssets3.8 MM55# Branches216# ATMs565Note: Asset figures are shown in CAD (BN) using Canadian GAAP.1. Pro forma the transaction. Data based on figures for BBVA Chile and Scotiabank Chile as of 6/30/17.8

INVESTOR RELATIONS CONTACT INFORMATIONAdam Borgatti, Vice teven Hung, [email protected]

BBVA CHILE LOAN MIX 1 Source: Company Information. Chilean Superintendence of Banks (SBIF). 1 Based on data for Scotiabank Chile and BBVA Chile at 6/30/17 1PRO FORMA LOAN MIX MARKET SHARE BY LOANS 19% 18% 15% 14% 13% 11% 7% 7% Santander Banco de Chile Banco de Estado Scotiabank BBVA BCI Itaú Corpbanca Scotiabank BBVA HIGHLIGHTS1 (C BN .