Summary

  • TD offers a full range of financial products and services to over 26 million customers worldwide
  • TD had CDN$1.7 trillion in assets on July 31, 2021.
  • TD also ranks among the world’s leading online financial services firms, with more than 15 million active online and mobile customers.

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Company Overview

TD Bank Group

Toronto Dominion Bank (NYSE:TD, TSX:TD) Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, with approximately 90,000 employees in offices around the world, the Toronto-Dominion Bank and its subsidiaries are collectively known as TD Bank Group (TD). TD offers a full range of financial products and services to over 26 million customers worldwide through three key business lines:1

  • Canadian Retail
  • U.S. Retail
  • Wholesale Banking

TD had CDN$1.7 trillion in assets on July 31, 2021. TD also ranks among the world’s leading online financial services firms, with more than 15 million active online and mobile customers. The Toronto-Dominion Bank trades on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges under the symbol "TD".

The Toronto-Dominion Bank is a chartered bank subject to the provisions of the Bank Act (Canada). It was formed on February 1, 1955 through the amalgamation of The Bank of Toronto, chartered in 1855, and The Dominion Bank, chartered in 1869.

Canadian Retail

TD Canada Trust

TD Canada Trust is TD Bank Group's customer-focused personal and small business banking business. Serving more than 13.5 million customers nationally, TD Canada Trust provides a full range of financial products and services through its retail branch network, mobile app, telephone, Internet banking, and ‘TD Green Machine’ automated banking machines.

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Business Banking

Business Banking provides financial solutions to Canadian businesses of all sizes across a wide range of industries. Dedicated Business Banking Specialists deliver customized solutions to meet the unique needs of business customers. Drawing on a range of products and services including financing, deposit, investment, cash management, international trade and foreign exchange, its relationship teams provide the right tools and advice to help customers achieve their goals. Business Banking includes:

  • TD Auto Finance Canada
  • Small Business Banking
  • Mid-Market Commercial Banking
  • Specialized Commercial Banking that is comprised of:
  • Commercial National Accounts and Asset Based Lending
  • National Real Estate Group
  • Commercial Mortgage Group
  • TD Equipment Finance
  • Agriculture Services
  • Aboriginal Banking

MBNA

MBNA is a division of The Toronto-Dominion Bank. With the MBNA portfolio, TD is a leading provider of co-branded and affinity credit card programs in Canada. MBNA MasterCard credit cards are associated with hundreds of Canadian membership organizations, credit union and financial institutions, sports associations, educational institutions and charities.

TD Wealth and TD Asset Management

TD Wealth provides investors and financial advisors with a broad range of brokerage, mutual fund, banking and other consumer financial products on an integrated basis. TD Wealth consists of:

  • TD Direct Investing – provides clients access to information, tools and support that empower them to invest for themselves with confidence.
  • TD Wealth Financial Planning – allows clients to work with a professional Financial Planner to develop and implement a financial plan.
  • TD Wealth Private Wealth Management – provides discretionary wealth management, private banking and private trust services for high net worth clients.
  • TD Wealth Private Investment Advice – offers a full-service brokerage and connects clients with a professional Investment Advisor to design custom wealth strategies to meet their unique needs.

TD Asset Management Inc.

TD Asset Management (TDAM), a member of TD Bank Group, is a North American investment management firm. Operating through TD Asset Management Inc. in Canada and TDAM USA Inc. in the U.S., TDAM brings new thinking to investors' most important challenges. TDAM offers investment solutions to corporations, pension funds, endowments, foundations and individual investors. Additionally, TDAM manages assets on behalf of almost 2 million retail investors and offers a broadly diversified suite of investment solutions including mutual funds, professionally managed portfolios and corporate class funds. Asset management businesses at TD manage $428 billion in assets as at June 30, 2021. Assets under management include TD Asset Management Inc., TDAM USA Inc. and Epoch Investment Partners Inc. (Epoch). All entities are wholly-owned subsidiaries of The Toronto-Dominion Bank.

TD Insurance

TD Insurance is a part of TD Bank Group and provides these products:

  • Auto Insurance
  • Home Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • Health Insurance
  • Travel Medical Insurance
  • TD Protection Plans
  • Motorcycle and Recreational Vehicle Insurance
  • Business Credit Life Insurance

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U.S. Retail

TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank

TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank, is one of the 10 largest banks in the U.S., providing more than 9.6 million customers with a full range of retail, small business and commercial banking products and services at more than 1,100 convenient locations throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Metro D.C., the Carolinas and Florida. In addition, TD Bank and its subsidiaries offer customized private banking and wealth management services through TD Wealth®, and vehicle financing and dealer commercial services through TD Auto Finance.

TD Auto Finance (U.S.)

TD Auto Finance offers new and used vehicle financing through an extensive network of dealers across the United States.

TD Wealth (U.S.)

TD Wealth offers integrated, comprehensive and customized financial solutions to help high net worth individuals and institutions build, preserve and transition wealth. The company provide expertise in Private Client services including Private Banking, Private Trust and Private Investment Counsel, and Institutional Trust services.

The Charles Schwab Corporation

On October 6, 2020, TD became the largest shareholder in The Charles Schwab Corporation (Schwab) (NYSE: SCHW) when the transaction announced on November 25, 2019 between TD Ameritrade and Schwab closed. Schwab is a leading provider of financial services which, through its operating subsidiaries, provides a full range of wealth management, securities brokerage, banking, asset management, custody and financial advisory services.

Wholesale Banking

TD Securities

As a leading corporate and investment bank, TD Securities provides a wide range of integrated capital market products and services to corporations, governments and institutions. The company's clients choose it for its knowledge, innovation and experience in the following key areas of finance: investment, corporate and government banking, capital markets, interest rate, currency and derivative products.

Operating out of 15 offices in key financial centres, the company provide superior advice and execution to clients around the world. The company's services include the underwriting and distribution of new debt and equity issues, providing advice on strategic acquisitions and divestitures, and executing daily trading and investment needs.

Industry Overview

The global economic recovery has slowed after an initial burst of growth following the end of lockdowns in the early summer months. A resurgence in COVID-19 cases across Europe and North America has prompted renewed restraints on activity, leaving economic momentum vulnerable in the fourth calendar quarter of 2020. Until an effective vaccine or treatment is widely distributed, the global economy is likely to remain susceptible to such periodic setbacks.2

susceptible to such periodic setbacks. The Bank expects global real GDP to contract by 3.8% in calendar 2020, the largest annual decline in the post-war era. China is the only major economy that is likely to record growth this year, with early control of the virus, state-supported investment and rising exports supporting economic activity.

The global economic outlook for 2021 remains very uncertain and will depend on the timing and effectiveness of a vaccine. Assuming a vaccine is widely distributed by the summer, the Bank expects global real GDP to rebound by 6.2% in calendar 2021. Recent news of potentially earlier vaccine roll out offers some upside risk to that estimate. However, nonvirus-related negative risks also exist, including the possibility of no-deal Brexit, escalating U.S.-China tensions, and continued geopolitical risks.

U.S. real GDP continues to recover. The economy expanded by 33.1% (annualized) in the third calendar quarter of 2020. Monthly data on consumer spending shows growth was especially rapid through May and June, while the unemployment rate has continued to improve. Since hitting a peak of 14.7% in April, it has fallen to 6.9% as of October, although this remains well above the 3.5% rate recorded in February. Likewise, real GDP remains 3.5% below its level in the fourth calendar quarter of 2019. The recent rise in COVID-19 cases is expected to slow U.S. growth in the final months of the calendar year, but not stall it outright. Business restrictions have so far been less severe and less widespread than what has been observed in other major economies. However, this also creates a risk that the intensity of business restrictions may eventually rise should the medical system become overly burdened.

The Federal Reserve cut its policy interest rate to the 0% to 0.25% range in March and continues to expand its balance sheet by purchasing U.S. Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities. In late August, the U.S. central bank announced an update to its long-run goals and monetary policy strategy, committing to target an inflation rate that “averages two percent over time.” With inflation currently well under two percent, this revised strategy suggests interest rates will remain very low for some time. The Bank expects the federal funds rate to remain at its current setting until calendar 2024. Historically, low interest rates have helped drive a rapid rebound in the housing market and this remains true today. Home sales are already above pre-crisis levels and price growth has been accelerating. Housing activity is expected to slow in calendar 2021, but a low homeownership rate and a favourable starting point for housing affordability suggests that growth will continue.

Canada’s economy was impacted more negatively than the U.S. in the first half of calendar 2020 and since then has recovered somewhat faster. The Bank estimates real GDP grew by 44.2% (annualized) in the third calendar quarter of the year. Despite this increase, real GDP was approximately 4.5% below the pre-COVID level in the fourth calendar quarter of 2019. The recovery in Canada’s job market, meanwhile, has outperformed that of its U.S. counterpart. As of October 2020, almost four-fifths of the jobs lost during the initial lockdown have been recovered in Canada, which is a significantly better performance than in the U.S. The Canadian unemployment rate has fallen from a peak of 13.7% in May to 8.9% in October.

Similar to the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Canada has acted aggressively to support the economy, bringing interest rates down to 0.25% in March and rapidly expanding the size of its balance sheet. The Canadian central bank has explicitly committed to hold its overnight rate steady at its effective lower bound of 0.25% until at least 2023. In an environment of stable short-term interest rate differentials between the U.S. and Canada, the Bank projects the Canadian dollar will trade in the moderate range of 76-78 US cents over the next four calendar quarters.

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Business Overview

Canadian Retail

Canadian Retail serves over 16 million customers in the Canadian personal and commercial banking, wealth, and insurance businesses. Personal Banking provides financial products and advice through its network of 1,085 branches, 3,440 automated teller machines (ATM), telephone, digital and mobile banking. The credit cards business provides a comprehensive line-up of credit cards including proprietary, co-branded, and affinity credit card programs. Auto Finance provides flexible financing options to customers at point of sale for automotive and recreational vehicle purchases. Business Banking offers a broad range of customized products and services to help business owners meet their financing, investment, cash management, international trade, and day-to-day banking needs. Merchant Solutions provides point-of-sale payment solutions for large and small businesses. The wealth business offers wealth and asset management products and advice to retail and institutional clients in Canada through the direct investing, advice-based, and asset management businesses. The insurance business offers property and casualty insurance, as well as life and health insurance products to customers across Canada.

Canadian Retail reported net income for the year was $6,026 million, a decrease of $837 million, or 12%, compared with last year. The decrease in earnings reflects higher PCL and higher insurance claims, partially offset by revenue growth and higher non-interest expenses in the prior year related to the agreement with Air Canada and the acquisition of Greystone. On an adjusted basis, net income for the year was $6,124 million, a decrease of $1,297 million, or 17%. The reported and adjusted annualized ROE for the year was 33.4% and 33.9%, respectively, compared with 38.6% and 41.7%, respectively, last year.

Canadian Retail revenue is derived from the Canadian personal and commercial banking, wealth, and insurance businesses. Revenue for the year was $24,333 million, an increase of $107 million, compared with last year reflecting strong growth in wealth and insurance revenue as well as volume driven growth in personal and commercial banking revenue, offset by margin compression from lower interest rates in the year.

Net interest income decreased $288 million, or 2%, reflecting lower margins, partially offset by volume growth. Average loan volumes increased $16 billion, or 4%, reflecting 3% growth in personal loans and 7% growth in business loans. Average deposit volumes increased $46 billion, or 14%, reflecting 11% growth in personal deposits, 15% growth in business deposits, and 28% growth in wealth deposits. Net interest margin was 2.79%, or a decrease of 17 bps, reflecting lower interest rates.

AUA were $433 billion as at October 31, 2020, an increase of $11 billion, or 3%, compared with last year, reflecting new asset growth. AUM were $358 billion as at October 31, 2020, an increase of $5 billion, or 1%, compared with last year, reflecting market appreciation.

PCL for the year was $2,746 million, an increase of $1,440 million, compared with last year. PCL – impaired was $1,256 million, an increase of $130 million, or 12%, reflecting higher provisions in the commercial and consumer lending portfolios. PCL – performing was $1,490 million, compared with $180 million last year, primarily related to a significant deterioration in the economic outlook, including the impact of credit migration, with the increase reflected in the consumer and commercial lending portfolios. Annualized PCL as a percentage of credit volume was 0.62%, an increase of 31 bps.

U.S. Retail

U.S. Retail comprises the Bank’s personal and business banking operations under the brand TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, and wealth management in the U.S. Personal banking provides a full range of financial products and services to over 9 million retail customers through multiple delivery channels, including a network of 1,223 stores located along the east coast from Maine to Florida, mobile and internet banking, ATM, and telephone. Business banking serves the needs of businesses, through a diversified range of products and services to meet their financing, investment, cash management, international trade, and day-to-day banking needs. Wealth management offers a range of wealth products and services to retail and institutional clients. The results of the Bank’s equity investment in TD Ameritrade are included in U.S. Retail and reported as equity in net income of an investment in TD Ameritrade with a one-month lag. The same convention is being followed for Schwab, and the Bank will begin recording its share of Schwab’s earnings on this basis in the first quarter of fiscal 2021. Refer to “Significant Events” in the “Financial Results Overview” section of this document.

U.S. Retail net income for the year was $3,026 million (US$2,278 million), a decrease of $1,955 million (US$1,472 million), or 39% (39% in U.S. dollars), compared with last year. The ROE for the year was 7.7%, compared with 12.6%, in the prior year.

U.S. Retail net income includes contributions from the U.S. Retail Bank and the Bank’s investment in TD Ameritrade. Net income for the year from the U.S. Retail Bank and the Bank’s investment in TD Ameritrade were $1,935 million (US$1,467 million) and $1,091 million (US$811 million), respectively

The contribution from TD Ameritrade of US$811 million decreased US$58 million, or 7%, compared with last year, primarily reflecting reduced trading commissions, lower asset-based revenue, and higher operating expenses, partially offset by higher trading volumes.

U.S. Retail Bank net income for the year was US$1,467 million, a decrease of US$1,414 million, or 49%, compared with last year, primarily reflecting higher PCL and lower revenue, partially offset by lower tax expense.

U.S. Retail Bank revenue is derived from personal and business banking, and wealth management. Revenue for the year was US$8,380 million, a decrease of US$496 million, or 6%. Net interest income decreased US$176 million, or 3%, as growth in loan and deposit volumes was more than offset by deposit margin compression in the low interest rate environment. Net interest margin was 2.69%, a decrease of 62 bps primarily reflecting lower deposit margins and balance sheet mix. Noninterest income decreased US$320 million, or 15%, reflecting lower deposit and credit card activity as well as higher losses on low income housing tax credit investments.

Average loan volumes increased US$12 billion, or 7%, compared with last year, reflecting growth in personal and business loans of 6% and 8%, respectively, with significant increases in business loans reflecting increased draws on commercial lines of credit and originations under the SBA PPP. Average deposit volumes increased US$53 billion, or 20%, compared with last year, reflecting a 26% increase in business deposit volumes, a 25% increase in sweep deposit volumes, and a 10% increase in personal deposit volumes.

AUA were US$24 billion as at October 31, 2020, an increase of US$3 billion, or 16%, compared with last year, reflecting loan and deposit growth. AUM were US$39 billion as at October 31, 2020, a decrease of US$5 billion, or 11%, reflecting net fund outflows.

PCL for the year was US$2,145 million, an increase of US$1,331 million, compared with last year. PCL – impaired was US$738 million, an increase of US$33 million, or 5%. PCL – performing was US$1,407 million, an increase of US$1,298 million, primarily related to a significant deterioration in the economic outlook, including the impact of credit migration, and predominantly reflected in the commercial, credit card, and auto lending portfolios. U.S. Retail PCL including only the Bank’s contractual portion of credit losses in the U.S. strategic cards portfolio, as an annualized percentage of credit volume was 1.30%, or an increase of 78 bps.

Wholesale Banking

Wholesale Banking offers a wide range of capital markets and corporate and investment banking services, including underwriting and distribution of new debt and equity issues, providing advice on strategic acquisitions and divestitures, and meeting the daily trading, funding, and investment needs of its clients. Operating under the TD Securities brand, its clients include corporates, governments, and institutions in key financial markets around the world. Wholesale Banking is an integrated part of TD’s strategy, providing market access to TD’s wealth and retail operations, and providing wholesale banking solutions to its partners and their customers.

The Bank’s other business activities are not considered reportable segments and are, therefore, grouped in the Corporate segment. Corporate segment is comprised of a number of service and control groups such as technology solutions, shared services, treasury and balance sheet management, marketing, human resources, finance, risk management, compliance, legal, anti-money laundering, and others. Certain costs relating to these functions are allocated to operating business segments. The basis of allocation and methodologies are reviewed periodically to align with management’s evaluation of the Bank’s business segments.

Wholesale Banking net income for the year was a record $1,418 million, an increase of $810 million, compared with the prior year reflecting higher revenue, partially offset by higher PCL and higher non-interest expenses.

Revenue for the year was $4,958 million, an increase of $1,727 million, or 53%, compared with the prior year reflecting higher trading-related revenue, higher underwriting fees, and higher loan fees.

PCL for the year was $508 million, an increase of $464 million compared to the prior year. PCL – impaired was $279 million reflecting credit migration largely in the oil and gas sector. PCL – performing was $229 million, primarily related to a significant deterioration in the economic outlook, including the impact of credit migration.

Non-interest expenses were $2,518 million, an increase of $125 million, or 5%, compared with the prior year. The increase reflects higher variable compensation, higher volume related expenses, and the impact of foreign exchange translation.

Corporate segment

Corporate segment is comprised of a number of service and control groups. Certain costs relating to these functions are allocated to operating business segments. The basis of allocation and methodologies are reviewed periodically to align with management’s evaluation of the Bank’s business segments.

Corporate segment includes expenses related to a number of service and control functions, the impact of treasury and balance sheet management activities, certain tax items at an enterprise level, and intercompany adjustments such as elimination of TEB and the retailer program partners’ share relating to the U.S. strategic cards portfolio.

Corporate segment reported net income for the year was $1,425 million, compared with a reported net loss of $766 million last year. The year-overyear increase was primarily attributable to a net gain on sale of the Bank’s investment in TD Ameritrade of $1,421 million ($2,250 million after-tax), as well as a higher contribution from other items, partially offset by higher net corporate expenses in the current year and a contribution from non-controlling interests in the prior year. Other items increased reflecting the impact of legal provisions and the negative impact of tax items in the prior year, partially offset by lower contribution from treasury and balance sheet management activities. Net corporate expenses increased primarily reflecting the impact of corporate real estate optimization costs of $163 million in the current year, partially offset by restructuring charges of $51 million in the prior year. The adjusted net loss for the year was $600 million, compared with an adjusted net loss of $507 million last year

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Financial Highlights

Reported income for the year was $11,895 million, an increase of $209 million, or 2%, compared with last year. The increase reflects a net gain on sale of the Bank’s investment in TD Ameritrade and charges in the prior year related to the agreement with Air Canada. On an adjusted basis, income for the year was $9,968 million, a decrease of $2,535 million, or 20%, compared with last year reflecting higher PCL, lower revenue in the personal and commercial banking businesses, and higher non-interest expenses, partially offset by higher revenue in Wholesale Banking and the wealth and insurance businesses. The reported ROE for the year was 13.6%, compared with 14.5% last year. The adjusted ROE for the year was 11.4%, compared with 15.6% last year.

By segment, the increase in reported net income reflects an increase in the Corporate segment of $2,191 million, and an increase in Wholesale Banking of $810 million, partially offset by a decrease in U.S. Retail of $1,955 million, and a decrease in Canadian Retail of $837 million.

Reported diluted EPS for the year was $6.43, an increase of 3%, compared with $6.25 last year. Adjusted diluted EPS for the year was $5.36, a 20% decrease, compared with $6.69 last year.

Reported revenue was $43,646 million, an increase of $2,581 million, or 6%, compared with last year. Adjusted revenue was $42,225 million, an increase of $1,160 million, or 3%, compared with last year.

Net interest income for the year was $25,611 million, an increase of $1,680 million, or 7%, compared with last year. The increase reflects higher trading-related net interest income, and volume growth in the personal and commercial banking businesses, partially offset by lower margins.

By segment, the increase in reported net interest income reflects an increase in Wholesale Banking of $1,079 million, and an increase in the Corporate segment of $1,006 million, partially offset by a decrease in Canadian Retail of $288 million, and a decrease in U.S. Retail of $117 million. Net interest income reported in the Corporate segment includes the impact of treasury and balance sheet management activities, which are largely offset in non-interest income.

Net interest margin decreased by 16 bps during the year to 1.80%, compared with 1.96% last year, primarily reflecting the impact of lower interest rates and higher deposit balances in the personal and commercial banking businesses.

Reported non-interest income for the year was $18,035 million, an increase of $901 million, or 5%, compared with last year reflecting the net gain on sale of the Bank’s investment in TD Ameritrade, higher revenue in the wealth and insurance businesses, higher trading-related revenue and fee income in Wholesale Banking, partially offset by lower fee income in the personal and commercial banking businesses.

Reported total income and other taxes decreased by $1,675 million, or 38.0%, compared with last year, reflecting a decrease in income tax expense of $1,583 million, or 57.9%, and a decrease in other taxes of $92 million, or 5.5%. Adjusted total income and other taxes decreased by $1,021 million from last year, or 22.1%, reflecting a decrease in income tax expense of $929 million, or 31.5%.

Third Quarter 2021 Results

August 26, 2021 – TD Bank Group (“TD” or the “Bank”) today announced its financial results for the third quarter ended July 31, 2021. Reported earnings were $3.5 billion, up 58% compared with the third quarter last year, and adjusted earnings were $3.6 billion, up 56%.

“TD’s strong performance in the third quarter was supported by solid revenue growth in its Canadian and U.S. Retail businesses as economic activity and employment levels continued to improve on both sides of the border,” said Bharat Masrani, Group President and CEO, TD Bank Group. “TD’s strategy – anchored in its proven business model – enabled it once again to deliver for its shareholders, meet the needs of its customers and clients and contribute to the economic recovery, while continuing to invest in its people, technology, and capabilities.”

“While businesses and consumers are resuming some of their normal activities and more people are getting vaccinated, recent developments and new variants remind it that the global pandemic is not yet over,” added Masrani. “TD will continue to adapt in this fluid environment, adjust in real-time, and prioritize the wellbeing of its people and all those the company serve.”

Canadian Retail

Canadian Retail reported net income was $2,125 million, an increase of 68% compared with the third quarter last year. Revenue increased 9%, supported by continued momentum in mortgage originations and deposits, strong commercial loan growth and mutual fund sales, as well as record card sales. Reported expenses increased 8%, reflecting business growth spend including volume-driven and employee-related expenses and investments in technology and marketing. Provisions for credit losses (PCL) decreased by $851 million from the prior year, reflecting lower impaired PCL and a recovery in performing PCL.

Canadian Retail continued to innovate to serve customers where and when they want. This includes a new strategic alliance with Canada Post that will see the Personal Bank provide Canadians – particularly those in rural, remote and Indigenous communities – with expanded access to financial services, and the launch of new TD Insurance tools such as mobile severe weather and safety alerts and a new digital virtual assistant. In the Commercial Bank, the acquisition of Wells Fargo’s Canadian Direct Equipment Finance business closed, delivering scaled expertise in equipment leasing and finance.

U.S. Retail

U.S. Retail net income was $1,295 million (US$1,052 million), an increase of 92% (115% in U.S. dollars) compared with the third quarter last year. The Bank’s investment in The Charles Schwab Corporation (Schwab) contributed $197 million (US$161 million) in earnings, compared with the contribution of $317 million (US$230 million) from TD Ameritrade a year ago.

The U.S. Retail Bank, which excludes the Bank’s investment in Schwab, reported record net income of $1,098 million (US$891 million), an increase of 208% (243% in U.S. dollars) from the third quarter last year. In U.S. dollars, revenue increased 5% reflecting higher non-interest income, partially offset by lower deposit margins. PCL decreased by US$729 million ($993 million) reflecting lower impaired and performing PCL. Expenses increased 2% in U.S. dollars, reflecting higher investment in the business and employee-related expenses, partially offset by productivity savings. In Canadian dollars, revenue and expenses declined 6% and 8%, respectively, primarily as a result of appreciation in the Canadian dollar since the third quarter last year.

The U.S. Retail Bank continued to support customers by expanding the tools and advice it provides, generating strong results from increased customer activity and higher personal and business deposit volumes. This quarter, TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank® (TD AMCB) introduced TD Essential Banking, a lowcost, no-overdraft-fee deposit account, and announced overdraft policy changes as part of its ongoing efforts to meet evolving customer needs and provide underserved communities with affordable access to mainstream financial services and products. TD AMCB also announced the establishment of a US$100 million equity fund in support of minority-owned small businesses, further demonstrating its commitment to provide opportunity in underserved communities and help combat racial inequities. The U.S. Retail Bank continued to invest in enhancing the customer experience, including the ability to book in-store appointments online for retail, small business and wealth services and simplifying how debit or credit cards are added to digital wallets.

Wholesale

Wholesale Banking reported net income of $330 million this quarter, a decrease of 25% compared to the third quarter last year, reflecting lower revenue, partially offset by lower PCL and lower non-interest expenses. Revenue for the quarter was $1,083 million, a decrease of 22% from a year ago, primarily reflecting lower trading-related revenue, partially offset by higher advisory fees. PCL decreased by $121 million from the prior year, reflecting lower impaired and performing PCL.

This quarter, TD Securities was named “Canada’s Best Investment Bank” by the 2021 Euromoney Awards and recognized as the 2021 Canadian FX Service Quality Leader as measured by the Greenwich Quality Index for the second year in a row. TD Securities was selected as one of two Structuring Advisors to the Government of Canada’s inaugural issuance of green bonds, reflecting leadership in the Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) space. The Wholesale Bank continued to invest in its client-centric strategy and further extended its global reach and capabilities with the completion of TD’s acquisition of Headlands Tech Global Markets, LLC.

References

  1. ^ https://www.td.com/about-tdbfg/corporate-information/corporate-profile/profile.jsp
  2. ^ https://www.td.com/document/PDF/ar2020/ar2020-Managements-Discussion-and-Analysis.pdf
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