No. 39 | TD Bank | DiversityInc Top 50

WHY THEY’RE ON THE LIST

KEY RESULTS


ERG Sponsorship by CEO and Direct Reports: 42% higher than the Top 10 and 89% higher than the Top 50

Women in Total Management: 13% higher than the Top 10, nearly 30% higher than the Top 50 and 38% higher than U.S. companies overall

CEO Sign-Off on Executive Compensation Tied to Diversity: 11.1% higher than the Top 10 and 22% higher than the Top 50

BEST PRACTICES

TD Bank, in its fourth year on the list, continues to give personalized attention to each employee’s needs while holding leaders accountable for results.

The bank has emphasized building a talent pipeline through itsemployee resource groups (ERGs), making good progress in its Latinos in Leadership and African American & Caribbean Leadership ERGs.

President and CEO Mike Pedersen has asked his direct reports to serve as executive sponsors to each of TD’s Diversity Subcommittees. The executive sponsors work closely with Executive Vice President Linda Verba and the Diversity Leadership Team to ensure alignment to strategic business goals and keep the conversation going at the CEO leadership table.

With an enterprise-wide diversity and inclusion approach that has three strategic pillars Workplace, Workforce and Marketplace TD’s numbers, especially for women in management, demonstrate its progress.

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DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

Mike Pedersen

President and CEO

“When it comes down to it, business is all about people. That’s why we’re committed to creating a diverse and inclusive culture that empowers our Employees to be the very best they can be and reflects the brilliant diversity of the Customers we serve.”

Linda Verba

Executive Vice President, Head of Service Strategy and Chair, Diversity Leadership Team

“TD’s success is built upon our unique and inclusive culture. We’re proud of our progress so far and will continue to ensure every single TD colleague and Customer feels valued and included.”

COMPANY FACTS

U.S. HEADQUARTERS:Cherry Hill, N.J.

GLOBAL EMPLOYEES:84,906

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