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Banking On America: How TD Bank Rose to the Top and Took on the U.S.A.

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Since its beginning, when its predecessor, the Bank of Toronto, was founded by a group of flour millers and grain dealers, TD Bank has evolved into one of the most proactive financial institutions on the planet. Today, it is a cross-border colossus. The bank’s expansion into the United States could yet prove to be one of its most successful ventures, with the familiar TD ...more
ebook, 296 pages
Published January 15th 2013 by HarperCollins Publishers
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Andrew
Jan 21, 2013 Andrew rated it really liked it
Banking on America is the gung-ho story of the plucky little Canadian bank that could. In his telling of the modern history of TD Canada Trust, Howard Green has crafted a fast-paced narrative about the bank, its engaging CEO Ed Clark, and TD's expansion into America. Green’s story of business savvy, risk-taking and caution, and a little bit of luck describes how the smallest of the major Canadian banks became a dominant force in domestic finance and a success south of the border.

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Arin Goswami
Feb 09, 2014 Arin Goswami rated it really liked it
A really honest take on TD Bank Financial Group. Highlights the negatives as well as the positives - defining why TD is a Canadian champion of a calibre that Nortel, Research In Motion, and Manulife once promised to be. A company that went from being worth about 250 billion CAD in 2004 to 806 billion in 2012 is very frankly portrayed by Howard Green.
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Not the kind of book I would normally read. But since I now work at TD I wanted to understand more about the bank.
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I have been with TD for 35 years and this book provided great insight into the bank's journey to becoming a great North American company.
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