TorontoDominion Bank

TorontoDominion Bank

Employees:
82,200
Market Cap:
$97.55 billion
Revenue:
$26.89 billion
5 Year Trend:
9.7%
Net Income:
$6.79 billion
NYSE:
TD
Founded:
1855

The Toronto-Dominion Bank (French: Banque Toronto-Dominion) is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Toronto. Commonly known as TD and operating as TD Bank Group (French: Groupe Banque TD), the bank was created in 1955 through the merger of the Bank of Toronto and the Dominion Bank, which were founded in 1855 and 1869, respectively. Wikipedia

TorontoDominion Bank

The Toronto-Dominion Bank (French: Banque Toronto-Dominion) is a Canadian multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Toronto. Commonly known as TD and operating as TD Bank Group (French: Groupe Banque TD), the bank was created in 1955 through the merger of the Bank of Toronto and the Dominion Bank, which were founded in 1855 and 1869, respectively. Wikipedia

Employees:
82,200
Market Cap:
$97.55 billion
Revenue:
$26.89 billion
5 Year Trend:
9.7%
Net Income:
$6.79 billion
NYSE:
TD
Founded:
1855
  • Oct 26 at 0:32 PM
    For me, Pride is a celebration of freedom of expression and choice. Its a time to remember those who fought for our LGBTQ rights before us and a reminder of hope for those who still struggle to find acceptance. That''s why it was important for me to march in the Toronto Pride parade with my friends from work as part of the TD float. Seeing my co-workers smiles and hearing their cheers was an amazing experience and made me realize that Im part of a great company. A company that values diversity and promotes an inclusive corporate culture that encourages us to be who we are and bring our whole selves to work. Raul, TD Senior Finance Manager #52WeeksOfPride #ForeverProud
  • Oct 19 at 5:19 PM
    I remember my own high school experience as a teenager and to be honest, it was a pretty tough time for me. On my first day, my dad told me to have fun because the next 5 years were going to be the best years of my life. But that just wasnt the case. Because Im gay, I was bullied... a lot. But the good news is Ive come a long way since high school. Thanks to the support of my community, Im now able to stand tall and be proud of who I am. This year, Montreal Pride hosted the first ever Canada Pride, and I was honoured to march in the #FiertMTL parade and show my pride! Its so important for me to #GoPurple this #SpiritDay and actively show my support for LGBTQ youth, who may face harassment every day because of who they are. Whether youre part of the LGBTQ community or not, support LGBTQ youth and #GoPurple this #SpiritDay. - William @williamlaprise, Content Creator #52WeeksOfPride #foreverproud
  • Oct 13 at 4:24 PM
    Today is the launch of TD Music Fridays! We''ve got #TorontoMade artists performing from 4pm - 6pm at @torontounion
  • Oct 11 at 10:15 AM
    When I came out to my parents, I wrote a letter and left it on the table. I then packed my car with my belongings and ran away until I was ready to return. Coming out at the age of 17 was a huge milestone for me. Since then, I have been working towards a life of authenticity that I truly feel originated with self-acceptance. -Chad, Social Worker. #ForeverProud of Chad for sharing his story in celebration of #NationalComingOutDay #52WeeksofPride

Oct 26, 0:32 PM

For me, Pride is a celebration of freedom of expression and choice. Its a time to remember those who fought for our LGBTQ rights before us and a reminder of hope for those who still struggle to find acceptance. That''s why it was important for me to march in the Toronto Pride parade with my friends from work as part of the TD float. Seeing my co-workers smiles and hearing their cheers was an amazing experience and made me realize that Im part of a great company. A company that values diversity and promotes an inclusive corporate culture that encourages us to be who we are and bring our whole selves to work. Raul, TD Senior Finance Manager #52WeeksOfPride #ForeverProud

Oct 19, 5:19 PM

I remember my own high school experience as a teenager and to be honest, it was a pretty tough time for me. On my first day, my dad told me to have fun because the next 5 years were going to be the best years of my life. But that just wasnt the case. Because Im gay, I was bullied... a lot. But the good news is Ive come a long way since high school. Thanks to the support of my community, Im now able to stand tall and be proud of who I am. This year, Montreal Pride hosted the first ever Canada Pride, and I was honoured to march in the #FiertMTL parade and show my pride! Its so important for me to #GoPurple this #SpiritDay and actively show my support for LGBTQ youth, who may face harassment every day because of who they are. Whether youre part of the LGBTQ community or not, support LGBTQ youth and #GoPurple this #SpiritDay. - William @williamlaprise, Content Creator #52WeeksOfPride #foreverproud

Oct 13, 4:24 PM

Today is the launch of TD Music Fridays! We''ve got #TorontoMade artists performing from 4pm - 6pm at @torontounion

Oct 11, 10:15 AM

When I came out to my parents, I wrote a letter and left it on the table. I then packed my car with my belongings and ran away until I was ready to return. Coming out at the age of 17 was a huge milestone for me. Since then, I have been working towards a life of authenticity that I truly feel originated with self-acceptance. -Chad, Social Worker. #ForeverProud of Chad for sharing his story in celebration of #NationalComingOutDay #52WeeksofPride