TD Bank Finance and Accounting Associate Program – Information Session | August 19

| August 11, 2021
Submitted by Simran Dhillon for CPD
This message does not apply to part-time students.

The TD Finance and Accounting Associate Program (FAAP) is designed to attract, develop and retain top talent and build a leadership pipeline within the Finance organization. This opportunity is ideal for those who seek to be a generalist in a Finance and Accounting function.

Focus primarily on financial reporting, forecasting, planning and project assignments to provide an opportunity for growth, upward mobility and an understanding of the Finance and Accounting discipline throughout TD Bank Group.

Complete four customized 6-month rotations within TD Finance corporate groups, which can include:

  • Accounting Policy and Advisory
  • Business Finance Reporting (Wealth, Wholesale, TD Canada Trust, TD Insurance, Business Banking, etc.)
  • Corporate Finance Reporting (Technology, Digital Channels, Marketing, Enterprise Real Estate, etc.)
  • North American Management Reporting
  • Financial & Regulatory Reporting
  • Data Governance and Analytics
  • Digitization, Automation and Innovation

Please join TD for a virtual information session on the date below to learn more about this full time opportunity targeted to those with an undergraduate level degree with all requirements completed by the start date in September 2022. You will have the opportunity to meet the Program Manager, Early Talent Recruiter as well as employees within in Finance at TD Bank. Please submit this survey to register for a spot!

Event Details:

  • Date: Thursday, August 19
  • Time: 12 – 1 p.m. (EDT)
  • Register: Survey Monkey

NOTE: The job posting will be open on the TD website from Friday, August 13 – Wednesday, September 8. Interviews will take place this September (by video call), and successful candidates will start the Program in September 2022.

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