Registration and guidelines for current and prospective suppliers
If you would like to become a supplier to The Toronto-Dominion Bank and/or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates (collectively, TD Bank Group), please register your organization using the Registration Form. All registration information must be submitted electronically using the registration link provided. Submissions sent in any other way will not be acknowledged or retained.
TD will use the information you supply to determine if you qualify for a TD Bank Group sourcing initiative.
The information you supply may be shared within TD Bank Group.
Please note that registering with TD does not guarantee you will be contacted, even if an opportunity should arise in your area of business.
TD's Supplier Code of Conduct describes TD's expectations of how its suppliers conduct business and interact with TD. The code reflects and frames the values and standards that TD expects suppliers and their subcontractors to adhere to when engaged in business with TD - based upon the principles set out in TD's Responsible Procurement Policy. Depending on the nature of the good or service being sourced, TD may have additional requirements which are specified during the procurement process and the ongoing management and monitoring of the relationship.
TD is committed, wherever possible, to source products and services from suppliers who respect human rights, ethics and the environment and have responsible policies and practices. Specifically, we expect our suppliers to operate in a manner that is consistent with these values and that is appropriate and relevant to their respective products, services and industries.
Suppliers are expected to have guidelines, policies and practices that are communicated throughout the organization, upheld by all levels of management, and considered in and applied to their own supply chain activities. These must address the following:
|Protection of human rights||Respect for basic human rights, including rights to life and liberty, freedom of thought and expression, and equality. No tolerance for and protections against workplace harassment or abuse, discrimination and violence|
|Protection of health and safety||A culture of safety and supporting practices, minimizing risk of injury or death, and documented safety procedures (including accident reporting and emergency evacuation)|
|Fair labor practices||No tolerance for use of child or forced labor in any operations or facilities; compliance with applicable labor laws including those relating to wage rates and conditions of employment|
|Code of conduct and ethics||Guidelines for workplace performance that define organizational expectations in respect of ethical, moral, and legal behaviors|
|Diversity and Inclusion||Commitment within the workplace to respect for diversity, including hiring and promoting based on merit and providing equal opportunity|
|Anti-bribery/ Anti-corruption||Prohibition of conduct that could violate anti-bribery laws|
|Environmental sustainability||Proactive management to ensure that environmental standards are reflected in supplier operations, and to minimize and mitigate environmental impacts|
|Legal and Regulatory Compliance||Compliance with applicable laws and regulatory requirements applicable to Supplier, and to goods and services being provided.|
|Corporate Responsibility||Demonstrable commitment to all aspects of corporate responsibility|
We believe diversity is a key contributor to success in the competitive global marketplace. Our commitment to diversity is a fundamental element of how we do business today and in the future. TD Bank Group believes its Supplier Diversity Program is necessary to achieving its goal of being the better bank.
Our Supplier Diversity Program focuses on creating a level playing field for suppliers certified as being minority owned and who are interested in providing goods and or services to TD Bank Group.
To be eligible for our Supplier Diversity Program, a supplier must be certified as any of the following:
- 51% Aboriginal-owned and operated business;
- 51% Minority-owned and operated business;
- 51% Woman-owned and operated business;
- 51% Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgender - owned and operated business, or
- 51% Owned and operated by a member of other recognized diverse communities (i.e. Persons with Disabilities, Veteran/Veteran Disabled etc.) by one of the following councils:
- Canadian Aboriginal & Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC)
- WBE Canada
- Canadian Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (CGLCC)
- WEConnect International in Canada
- National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
- Womens Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
- National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)
- US Business Leadership Network (USBLN)
- Any other recognized Certifying Organizations
If you would like to register as a diverse supplier with the TD Bank Group, please complete and submit the Registration Form.