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Goldman Sachs Methodologies
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The Toronto-Dominion Bank USA Patriot Act Certification
Pursuant to Section 313 of the USA PATRIOT Act and final rules issued by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, a "Covered Financial Institution" (i.e. a U.S. bank or a U.S. broker-dealer in securities) is required to obtain certain information from a Foreign Bank for which it maintains a correspondent account in the United States. This information must be issued in the form of a Patriot Act Certification (also referred to as a Global Certification) which meets the minimum requirements set forth by Section 313.
As permitted by the final rules, instead of preparing individual certificates for each Covered Financial Institution which maintains a correspondent account for The Toronto-Dominion Bank, The Toronto-Dominion Bank, on its own behalf and on behalf of its relevant non-U.S. based branches and subsidiaries, has executed a global certification applicable to all correspondent accounts maintained for it by Covered Financial Institutions. Please access this certification directly from TD Bank website (see link below) instead of requesting from The Toronto-Dominion Bank an individual certificate pertaining to your Covered Financial Institution.
If the specific TD branch or subsidiary for which your Covered Financial Institution maintains a correspondent account is not listed in the Appendix to the Certification, or if you have any questions, please contact The Toronto-Dominion Bank by e-mail at email@example.com. Requests to this mailbox should be in English or French only.
Notice Regarding TD Securities' Customer Identification Program
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, federal law requires TD Securities (USA) LLC ("TD Securities USA") to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. When you an open an account, we will ask for your name, address, tax identification number, date of birth (as applicable) and other information, including certain identifying documents, that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to seek to obtain or verify certain information about you from third parties. Any failure to fully comply with, or consent to, such requirements may lead to failure to establish, or the termination of, an account or service relationship.
Notice Regarding the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006
The Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act of 2006 (“UIGEA”) and the Federal Reserve Board’s Regulation GG prohibit any person engaged in the business of betting or wagering from knowingly accepting payments in connection with the participation of another person in unlawful Internet gambling. The term “unlawful internet gambling,” as used in this Notice, shall have the meaning set forth in 12 C.F.R. Section 233.2(bb). Transactions prohibited by UIGEA (“restricted transactions”) generally include, but are not limited to, those transactions or transmittals in which credit, electronic fund transfers, checks, drafts or wire payments are accepted by gambling businesses in connection with the participation of others in Internet gambling. Restricted transactions are prohibited from being processed in or through your account or relationship with TD Securities USA. TD Securities USA reserves the right to stop payment and/or to suspend or terminate your account or relationship if you attempt to process restricted transactions in or through your account or relationship, or if TD Securities USA has reason to believe such activity is occurring.
Notice Regarding Section 311 of the USA PATRIOT Act
Pursuant to U.S. regulations issued under Section 311 of the USA PATRIOT Act, 31 C.F.R. Chapter X, Part 1010.651 through and including Part 1010.670, TD Securities USA is prohibited from establishing, maintaining, administering or managing an account for, or on behalf of any prohibited financial institutions as determined by FinCEN. In addition, TD Securities USA will not conduct business with any financial institutions for which FinCEN has issued proposed rules with respect to including such entities on the prohibited financial institutions list.
The Section 311 Special Measures regulations also require that TD Securities USA notify you that your correspondent account with our financial institution may not be used to provide access or services to any of the jurisdictions or financial institutions, their branches, offices, or subsidiaries in any jurisdiction, listed below. If we become aware that any of the jurisdictions or financial institutions, their branches, offices, or subsidiaries in any jurisdiction listed below is directly or indirectly using the correspondent account you hold at our financial institution, we will be required to take appropriate steps to prevent such access, including, where necessary, terminating your account.
The most recent listing of prohibited financial institutions promulgated by FinCEN, as of August 10, 2020, is as follows:
- Commercial Bank of Syria (including its subsidiary Syrian Lebanese Commercial Bank)
- Any Burmese banking institution (except to the extent permitted by 31 C.F.R. 1010.651(b)(3))
- FBME Bank Ltd. (formerly known as Federal Bank of the Middle East, Ltd.)
- Any bank or financial institution of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea
- Bank of Dandong
- Any bank or financial institution of the Islamic Republic of Iran
There are proposed rules pending that seek to include the following financial institutions on the above referenced list of prohibited financial institutions promulgated by FinCEN:
- Halawi Exchange Co.
- Kassem Rmeiti & Co. For Exchange (including Rmaiti Group SAL and Societe Rmail SARL (STE Rmeiti))
- ABLV Bank, AS
TD Securities USA may, from time to time, update this notice to include jurisdictions or entities that are added to this list as new restrictions are proposed or issued. Current listings of entities subject to final or proposed rules under Section 311 can be found on the FinCEN website.
The Central Bank of Ireland requires that certain policies are made available to clients of regulated firms. In accordance with these requirements, see below the relevant policies in relation to TDGF:
Article 20 of the European Union’s Market Abuse Regulation ("MAR") requires market participants who produce or disseminate investment recommendations or other information recommending or suggesting an investment strategy to take reasonable care that such information is objectively presented, and to disclose their interests or indicate conflicts of interest. In accordance with these requirements, see below for relevant information in relation to TDGF:Disclaimer Information Fixed Income Disclosure Information
Equities Disclosure Information
TD Securities Equity Research Portal
The Capital Requirements Directive ("CRD") of the European Union establishes a revised regulatory capital framework across Europe governing the amount and nature of capital credit that institutions and investment firms must maintain. In order to ensure adequate transparency of their remuneration structures and the associated risk, Pillar 3 of the CRD requires that institutions disclose general information about the basic characteristics of their remuneration policies and practices and disclose aggregate amounts for staff whose professional activities have a material impact on the institution’s risk profile. In accordance with this requirement, see below for relevant information in relation to TDGF:
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2020
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2019
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2018
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2017
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2016
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2015
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2014
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2013
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2012
- Remuneration Disclosure - 2011
In accordance with Chapter 2, regulation 84 of S.I. No.158/2014 - European Union (Capital Requirements) Regulations (2014) (the CRR), TDGF is required to publicly disclose how it complies with the requirements of regulations 76 to 83 of the CRR. As such, the below document provides a summary of TDGF's governance arrangements.
EMIR Exemption Disclosures
The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive 2014/65/EU ("MiFID II") and the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA") requires that certain policy disclosures are made available to clients of UK-Regulated Firms. In accordance with these MiFID II and FCA requirements, see below the relevant policies in relation to The Toronto-Dominion Bank – London Branch, TD Bank Europe Limited and TD Securities Limited:
Article 20 Market Abuse Regulation 595/2014 ("MAR") requires market participants who produce or disseminate Investment Recommendations or other information recommending or suggesting an investment strategy to take reasonable care that such information is objectively presented, and to disclose their interests or indicate conflicts of interest. In accordance with the MAR requirements, see below for relevant information in relation to The Toronto-Dominion Bank – London Branch, TD Bank Europe Limited and TD Securities Limited:Disclaimer Information Fixed Income Disclosure Information
Equities Disclosure Information
TD Securities Equity Research Portal
In the United Kingdom, the Capital Requirements Directive has been implemented by the Financial Conduct Authority ("FCA"). The FCA's predecessor the Financial Services Authority ("FSA") issued Policy Statement PS 10/20 in December 2010 that outlines provisions of the requirement to publicly disclose a firm's approach to linking its remuneration policy and practices in the promotion of sound and effective risk management. The revised remuneration code incorporates the remuneration provision in CRD 3 and CEBS Guidelines into the UK financial regulatory framework. In accordance with these requirements, see below to view the respective Remuneration Disclosures for TD Securities UK. 2011-2015 versions can be accessed below under the TD Securities Limited and TD Bank Europe Limited links.
TD Securities UK
TD Securities Limited
TD Bank Europe Limited
Gender Pay Gap Report
The United Kingdom enacted Gender Pay Gap legislation in 2017 that requires companies with 250 or more employees in England, Scotland and Wales to publicly disclose on an annual basis comparative information about compensation for women and men.
In accordance with this requirement, click on a link below to view TD's UK Gender Pay Gap Report for that year. For information about TD's commitment to an inclusive and diverse workplace, click here for the TD Corporate Social Responsibility Report.
The Toronto-Dominion Bank - Hong Kong Branch
TD Article 46-4 of the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act of Japan requires that certain statements are made available to the public by securities companies. In accordance with this requirement, click on the link below to view the disclosure document for TD Securities (Japan) Co., Ltd. ("TDSJ") (available in Japanese only):
TDSJ has adopted a resolution to apply “Policies on Client-Oriented Business Conduct”.
TDSJ has established its Action Plan based on "Policies on Client-Oriented Business Conduct". TDSJ evaluates the status of improvement of client services and announce KPIs based on the Action Plan pursuant to its "Policies on Client-Oriented Business Conduct".
TD Bank Group ("TD"), including all branches and subsidiaries is committed to complying with all laws and regulations governing its operations in jurisdictions where it does business. These include economic and trade sanctions, imposed against individuals and entities and countries/regions, administered by competent authorities, namely Global Affairs, Canada; the U.S. Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control ("OFAC"); EU Council (and national authorities in applicable EU member states) and other sanctions setting bodies in countries where TD operates.
Sanctions prohibit or restrict TD from engaging in activities involving sanctioned individuals and entities (commonly referred to as designated persons or specially designated nationals) and sanctioned countries and regions. Depending on the nature of the sanctions and internal policy, TD may be required to take action including but not limited to, rejecting/declining to process transactions and/or restricting access to certain products and services. In some cases TD may be required by law to freeze assets if they are owned, controlled by, or for the benefit of a sanctioned individual and entity.
TD takes reasonable and appropriate steps to ensure its products and services are not used to violate or circumvent applicable economic and trade sanctions and expects its customers to comply with applicable laws and regulations, and not knowingly contravene sanctions through their activities with TD, or through TD products or services. Should TD become aware that products or services have been, or are being, used to conduct or facilitate any prohibited or unlicensed activity, we will take steps to prevent such activity, including termination of a customer relationship.
TD Securities (USA) LLC is required to disclose to its customers how it plans to address the possibility of a significant business disruption and how TD Securities (USA) LLC plans to respond.
TD Securities (USA) LLC is required to make publicly available, on a quarterly basis, a report of its routing of U.S. equity and option orders.
On January 13, 2017, The Toronto-Dominion Bank ("TD") reached an agreement with the U.S. Treasury's Office of Foreign Asset Control ("OFAC") regarding alleged violations that occurred between 2003 and 2011 of certain U.S. sanctions programs relating to Iran and Cuba. The settlement resolves OFAC’s investigation into apparent violations stemming from transactions which occurred within TD's Trade Finance, Commercial and Retail Banking businesses in Canada, and within its European Wealth businesses (wholly owned subsidiaries Internaxx Bank SA and TD Waterhouse Investment Services (Europe) Limited). These matters exclusively involved TD Operations outside of the United States and did not involve any of TD's businesses other than those referenced above and in the settlement agreement.
TD voluntarily self-disclosed the historic transactions, undertaken by TD customers, after they were identified as part of a proactive internal compliance review. At all times TD cooperated fully with OFAC in their investigation. The activity was specifically not considered egregious and OFAC publicly acknowledged that TD took a “robust remedial response.” The total settlement agreement amount of US$516,105 fully resolves OFAC’s concerns.
TD takes compliance very seriously and has a robust global sanctions compliance program, including policies, procedures and controls aimed at mitigating risk and detecting such issues. Shortly before identifying these issues, TD took steps to enhance its sanctions compliance function in all jurisdictions where it operates.
Detailed information concerning TD's settlement with OFAC can be found here:
TD's Settlement with OFAC