The Toronto-Dominion Bank

In 1955, the Dominion Bank (established 1869) merged with the Bank of Toronto (established in 1855) to form the Toronto-Dominion Bank (TD Bank). In 1969, the bank unveiled its new corporate identity, along with the TD Shield, and in 1976 introduced its automated banking machine, or what is known today as the “Green Machine”. 

Today, Canada’s second-largest bank is a Payments Canada member and direct participant. TD’s main business lines include Canadian retail, U.S. retail, and wholesale banking. TD serves more than 25 million clients, has over 80,000 employees, and 1,150 branches. In 2016, it had $1.2 trillion in assets and reported $34.3 billion in revenue. 

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