Company: Toronto-Dominion Bank

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Policy-makers must foster workforce participation, skills match

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Amid growing challenges, Canadian banks still well positioned to absorb headwinds

change direction

Changes include two business banking leadership shifts

  • By: Katie Keir
  • January 19, 2023 January 19, 2023
  • 15:08
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Longtime head Paul Douglas is stepping back from daily operations

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Data from the bank's customers suggest strong Q4 retail sales


Lagging effects of higher rates to impact banks' bottom lines this year

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TD expects inflation will fall next year but no consensus on whether BoC will hike rates further

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TD expects the debt service ratio to hit a record high of 16.1% by the first quarter of 2024

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Capital increase appropriate amid rising risks, rating agency says

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Higher net interest income may be the only bright spot for Canadian banks in 2023