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How We Operate


Building The Better Bank Material Issues How We Operate


Governance, Ethics and Integrity Executive Compensation Managing Risk


Responsible Banking Extraordinary Workplace Environmental Leadership Strengthening Communities Reporting


Corporate Governance and Integrity


G4-38 G4-39 G4-57 G4-58 LA-12 2014 PERFORMANCE


TD’s Board of Directors: (Information as of October 31, 2014) Number of independent Board members


Chair and CEO are separate Board oversight of corporate responsibility


Number of Meetings1 Full Board


Corporate Governance Committee Risk Committee Audit Committee


Human Resources Committee


Board Diversity % of female directors


% of visible minority directors % of independent directors


1 For the 12-month period ending October 31, 2014 ▲ Brian M. Levitt, Chairman of the Board


Policy/Standard/Guideline Code of Conduct and Ethics


Description n A framework for how we interact n n n


Clearly states that irregular business conduct will not be tolerated Applies to employees and directors Requires annual attestation


n Whistleblower Hotline n n n


Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Sanctions


Anti-Bribery n n


A version of the Code applies to contract workers in North America An independent, confidential and anonymous channel for reporting concerns Includes the ability to participate in an online anonymous chat A Framework of policies designed to:


n


Prevent TD products and services from being utilized for money-laundering and terrorist-financing activities


n n


Provide standards of conduct to prevent bribery and corruption Comply with economic and trade-sanction laws and regulations


Promoting Responsible Conduct


While reaching our business goals is critical to TD’s success, equally important is the way we achieve them. That’s why the actions of our employees are subject to a number of internal policies, standards and guidelines.


Anyone working on behalf of TD is required to complete compliance training related to customer protection and responsible business conduct. We also continue to enhance the bank’s anti- money laundering (AML)/ anti-terrorist financing (ATF), awareness/sanctions and anti-bribery/ anti-corruption training, to ensure our employees understand current and evolving risks.


14


Yes Yes


9 6


10 9 7


Over 30% Over 12% Over 87%


TD 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report Page 13





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