Toronto-Dominion Bank operates within the Commercial banks sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares Toronto-Dominion Bank with three other
companies in this sector in Canada:
Royal Bank of Canada
sales of 50.15 billion Canadian Dollars [US$38.22 billion]
of which 32%
was Personal & Commercial Banking),
Bank of Montreal
(27.70 billion Canadian Dollars [US$21.11 billion]
of which 27%
was Canadian P&C), and
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
(20.80 billion Canadian Dollars [US$15.85 billion]
of which 40%
was Canadian Personal and small Business Ban).
During the year ended October of 2017, sales at
Toronto-Dominion Bank were C$44.65 billion (US$34.03 billion).
increase of 9.2%
versus 2016, when the company's sales were C$40.88 billion.
This was the fifth consecutive year of sales increases at Toronto-Dominion Bank
(and since 2012, sales have increased a total of 47%).
Sales of U.S. Personal and Commercial Banking saw an increase
8.1% in 2017, from
C$9.46 billion to C$10.22 billion.
Not all segments of Toronto-Dominion Bank experienced an increase in sales in 2017:
sales of Corporate fell 1.4% to C$1.60 billion.
(However, this segment's sales were only a very small portion of the company's overall sales).