Mar 1, 2018
Celebrating, Educating, Inspiring – Find out what TD was up to this February
February has flown by, you've eaten too many heart-shaped candies and that pesky groundhog predicted six more weeks of winter – but, did you happen to catch all of the news TD shared this month?
Not to worry, here’s a look at the articles and highlights you might have missed last month in our February round-up.
What will it take to achieve career success in a world where technology like artificial intelligence dominates the workplace? TD's Chief Economist Beata Caranci tackled this important question in her latest report.
Even as Toronto's tech scene continues to grow, we know that women are still underrepresented in the industry. Sladjana Jovanovic, Vice President of Online Technology at TD, spoke to students at a recent University of Toronto event about the obstacles and opportunities for young women in tech.
Recent efforts by policy-makers and regulators have successfully cooled the Canadian housing market. Find out how the new B20 guidelines will continue to impact the housing market in a new TD Economics report.
For 10 years, TD's Black History Month Events series has featured a diverse lineup of initiatives that shine a spotlight on strong Black voices. Check out this year's lineup of inspiring events here.
On TD's MoneyTalk, Kim Parlee was joined by Robert Pemberton, Head of Fixed Income, TDAM, to discuss February's market sell-off. Brad Simpson, Chief Wealth Strategist, TD Wealth spoke with Kim on the rise (and potential fall) of bitcoin and marijuana stocks and how to protect your portfolio. Check out what they had to say!
Each year, the Bloomberg Sustainable Business Summit brings together industry leaders to talk about sustainable business and finance. This year, TD's Chief Environment Officer, Karen Clarke-Whistler, participated as a panelist and we sat down with her to get her thoughts on the transition to a low-carbon economy.
Leo Salom, Group Head, Wealth and TD Insurance and newly-appointed Chair of the Toronto Region Board of Trade, shared his thoughts on what Toronto means to him and the board's role in preparing the city for the global spotlight.
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