The routing number for The Bank Of Nova Scotia is 21606056.

The Bank Of Nova Scotia is located at this address: Po Box 366262, Hato Rey, PR.

In case of mail delivery, this is the full address you should use:

The Bank Of Nova Scotia
Po Box 366262
Hato Rey
PR
00936-0000

To contact The Bank Of Nova Scotia by phone, call: (809) 766-7992

Additional Routing Numbers for The Bank Of Nova Scotia

Bank Name: The Bank Of Nova Scotia
Routing Number: 21502037
Address: 273 Ponce De Leon Ave
City: Hato Rey
State: PR
Zip Code: 00918-0000
Phone Number: (787) 766-7992
Bank Name: The Bank Of Nova Scotia
Routing Number: 21502794
Address: 273 Ponce De Leon Ave
City: Hato Rey
State: PR
Zip Code: 00918-0000
Phone Number: (809) 766-7992
Bank Name: The Bank Of Nova Scotia
Routing Number: 21606069
Address: Po Box 366262
City: Hato Rey
State: PR
Zip Code: 00936-0000
Phone Number: (809) 766-7992
Bank Name: The Bank Of Nova Scotia
Routing Number: 21606111
Address: 273 Ponce De Leon Ave
City: Hato Rey
State: PR
Zip Code: 00918-0000
Phone Number: (809) 766-7992
Bank Name: The Bank Of Nova Scotia
Routing Number: 26002532
Address: One Liberty Plaza
City: New York
State: New York
Zip Code: 10006-0000
Phone Number: (212) 225-5361
Bank Name: The Bank Of Nova Scotia
Routing Number: 91050234
Address: Toronto On M5H 1C1
City: Canada
State:
Zip Code: 00000-0000
Phone Number: (866) 234-5681

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