TDAM Story

"The basis for any strategic initiative we undertake as a firm is centered around our clients and in further enhancing the value we can provide them now, and in the years to come.”
CEO, TD Asset Management

2018

TD acquired Greystone Capital Management Inc. (Greystone). TDAM and Greystone merged on November 1, 2019, including traditional and private market investments, to offer our clients greater access to alternatives, including real estate, infrastructure, and commercial mortgages.

2017

TDAM launched two new global bond funds, including an unconstrained strategy, to provide our clients with access to fixed income issuers from around the world.

2016

During an extended period of low rates, TDAM launched private debt solutions designed to enhance yield and increase diversification within an investment grade context. These solutions provide global exposure to a diversified mix of private opportunities, such as infrastructure debt, power and energy financing, corporate credit, real estate debt, and private securitization.

2015

Building on a long history of developing customized asset liability management solutions for clients, TDAM launched liability-driven pooled funds, designed for investors seeking a tailored liability hedging strategy.

2013

By way of TD acquisition, TDAM became an affiliate of New York-based asset manager, Epoch Investment Partners, Inc., and introduced a broader range of global and U.S. active fundamental equity solutions guided by a highly respected investment team.

2000s

TDAM grew its quantitative business, amalgamating with CT Investment Management Group Inc, Greydanus, Boeckh & Associates and Harbour Capital Management Inc. We expanded our solutions to offer asset liability management, core plus, bond overlay and low volatility equities. Our low volatility funds were the first to launch in Canada in 2009.

In 2008, we became one of the first Canadian bank-owned asset manager to sign the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment.

1990s

TDAM developed and introduced enhanced and hedged derivatives solutions to help investors navigate downside risk amidst market uncertainty.

In 1996, TDAM was formed, offering fundamental solutions through its amalgamation with Lancaster Investment Counsel Inc.

We acquired AMI Partner's Inc., one of the first managers to introduce passive management index investing, enhancing our ability to deliver state-of-the-art indexed, quantitative, and structured solutions to our clients.

1980s

The Investment Management division was created within Toronto Dominion Securities Inc.

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