Global Transaction Banking (GTB) provides services and products to small business, commercial and corporate clients from a variety of industries and maintains relationships with top tier financial institutions in markets across the world. GTB supports the international activity of customers through integrated product offerings and tailored solutions to do better business globally.
The three pillars of the business are Global Trade Finance, Corporate Cash Management and Correspondent Banking
Global Trade Finance
- Provides financing solutions to help companies manage their business
- Solutions may involve traditional trade finance products to help mitigate risk associated with domestic or foreign sales
- Leverage programs offered through Export Credit Agencies to deliver medium and long term financing
- Supports foreign banks and their customers' needs in Canada
Corporate Cash Management
- Expertise serving corporate, commercial and small business clients and merchants
- Comprehensive range of products and services to help you effectively manage your company’s accounts, cash flow and operating funds
- Full transparency through online portal to view accounts in real-time
- Global coverage model to support the flow of funds internationally
- A network of Financial Institutions connecting TD to countries around the world
- Facilitates international payments to and from Canada or US securely and safely
- Premier provider of Canadian Dollar account and payment services to our financial institution clients
1. Awarded for excellence in FTP and Investigations.
2. Ipsos Best Banking Awards are based on quarterly Customer Service Index (CSI) survey results, with an annual sample size of approximately 45,000 completed questionnaires yielding around 69,000 financial institution ratings nationally. All trade-marks are the property of their respective owners.
3. TD Canada Trust received the highest numerical score among the big five retail banks in the proprietary J.D. Power 2006-2014 Canadian Retail Banking Customer Satisfaction StudiesSM. 2014 study based on 17,183 total responses and measures opinions of consumers with their primary banking institution. Proprietary study results are based on experiences and perceptions of consumers surveyed May-June 2014. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com.