Tell us your story. Don’t go unnoticed. Explain why you’re a winning candidate. Think TD if you crave meaningful work and embrace change like we do.
We are a trusted North American leader that cares about people and inspires them to grow and move forward.
TD Wealth takes a sophisticated and holistic goals discovery approach to wealth planning and protection to provide highly personalized advice, solutions and service to clients.
Financial Planning team understands that helping clients set and achieve their financial goals while delivering a legendary customer experience is what drives our business success, new business and client loyalty.
We do this by knowing our clients, offering the most professional and personalized solutions and building award-winning, high-performing teams.
With a focus on relationship management, advice and business development, you will :
Identify your client’s life and financial goals, provide comprehensive reviews and build long-term relationships through financial planning expertise, relationship building and ongoing services
Conduct reporting and relevant analysis using results to draw conclusions, make recommendations and continually assess the effectiveness of programs, policies and practices
Contribute to team and department goals while strengthening customer service and dedication
Monitor service, productivity and assess efficiency and implement continuous improvements
Be knowledgeable of best practices and procedures and stay ahead of emerging trends
Acquire and apply expertise, provide mentorship, assistance and direction to others
Maintain a culture of risk management and control, supported by aligned risk appetite
Participate fully as a member of the team, support a positive and service-oriented work environment
University Degree and / or 3-5 years industry experience
Canadian Securities Course (CSC) required
IIROC license preferred (required within first 90 days in role)
Complete Conduct & Practices Handbook (CPH) within first 90 days in role
IQPF licensing required prior to start date (for Quebec only)
Complete Wealth Management Essentials (WME) within first 30 months in role
Achieve Certified Financial Planner designation within first 2 years in role
Deep understanding of the industry, competitive landscape and economic market issues
Strong communication skills with ability to work collaboratively and independently, provide assistance and build relationships