No. 38 | TD Bank | DiversityInc Top 50
WHY THEY'RE ON THE LIST
- Women in Total Management: 27.5% more than the Top 50
- Level 1 Mentoring Participation: 40.7% more than the Top 50
- Level 1 Sponsoring ERGs: 7.6% more than the Top 50
TD Bank moves up one spot in its fifth year on the list, as it continues to cultivate a service-oriented, barrier-free culture that attracts, invests in and promotes all talent and is reflective of the diverse communities it serves.
The bank introduced a framework of guiding principles that outlines the vision, purpose and shared commitments TD believes will lead to accomplishing its vision of being the better bank. One of these shared commitments, “Developing our colleagues; embrace diversity and respect one another,” further reinforces TD’s support for employees at all levels.
TD Bank’s President and CEO Mike Pedersen meets quarterly with his Management Committee to review the diversity dashboard results, and his direct reports serve as executive sponsors on each of its Diversity Subcommittees. In 2016, the sponsors worked closely with Linda Verba and Allen Love, Diversity Leadership Chairs, and the Diversity Leadership Team to ensure alignment to strategic business goals.
President and CEO
“TD is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace where everyone can be themselves and bring their individual talents and experiences to the job. It’s an honor to be named to this year’s list, but we recognize there’s so much more we can do to bring new voices and fresh perspectives to our organization and to the communities we serve.”
EVP, Secrecy Act and Deputy Global Anti-Money Laundering Officer U.S, and Chair, Diversity Leadership Team
“TD Bank’s commitment to diversity and inclusion is not only core to who we are; it’s critical to our business success. At TD we acknowledge our differences but are steadfast in embracing and applauding all the qualities we share that make us the same.”
U.S. Headquarters: Cherry Hill, N.J.
Global Employees: 87,949
Last Year’s DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking • No. 39
• No. 11 People with Disabilities
• Global Diversity