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TD Securities

TD Securities
Type Subsidiary
Industry Financial Services, Investment Banking
Founded 1987
Parent Toronto-Dominion Bank

TD Securities is a leading Canadian investment bank and financial services provider that offers advisory and capital market services to corporate, government, and institutional clients worldwide. They provide expertise in corporate and investment banking, capital markets, and global transaction services.[1] It is the global wholesale banking arm of Toronto-Dominion Bank Financial Group, and has offices in 18 cities worldwide with over 3,000 employees.

TD Securities is a major investment dealer in North America, Europe, and Asia. Key areas of business include managing corporate finance and lending, merger and acquisitions strategic advisory services, market risk management, debt and equity securities, derivative products, daily trading and investment, and multiple other areas of finance. An important segment is the trading of fixed income and equity products, currencies, commodities and derivatives in major financial markets around the world.[2]

Analysts and associates specialize in a wide variety of disciplines, such as investment banking, sales & trading, or wholesale and corporate banking, and are recruited from MBA and numerous undergraduate programs across the world.[3]


TD Securities faces competition from full-service global investment banks such as Royal Bank of Canada, equivalent branches of other financial conglomerates such as BMO Capital Markets and CIBC World Markets, and other independent investment banks and large cap advisory firms.[4]


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