Martine Roy, C.M. - Regional Manager 2SLGBTQ+ (She/her/hers)

Quebec and Eastern Ontario

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As Regional Manager, 2SLGBTQ+ Business Development, my primary role is to serve as a trusted liaison between
TD and the 2SLGBTQ+ community. In addition to my deep understanding of the community itself, I rely on my
ability to develop strong relationships with its members in order to fully discover their financial needs and goals.
I am fortunate to have the opportunity to work closely with a wide range of talented colleagues from multiple
lines of business, including Personal Banking, Business Banking and TD Wealth, to help provide our 2SLGBTQ+
clients with the best advice and exceptional service they deserve. As part of this, I work hard to stay
engaged with the community at large on a regular basis, by supporting and volunteering with local grass roots
organizations which keeps me up to date with any relevant news.
As you begin working with us, I will take you through a deep discovery process to understand your priorities and
connect you with a core team of TD specialists with expertise in everything from estate and trust planning and
philanthropy, to business succession and tax planning. Dedication to exceptional client experiences and innovative
financial strategies are the foundations of what TD has to offer.

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The heart of this role really lies with the people I work with and the relationships I have built over many years.
I believe I am successful in this role because I’m fully committed to the 2SLGBTQ+ community where I live, work and play.
I have a genuine desire to connect with its members 365 days a year – by living the TD #ForeverProud commitment.


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    Martine Roy: Why Pride is about so much more than a parade

    On December 28, 2023, the Governor General of Canada announced that Martine Monique Roy, Regional Manager, 2SLGBTQ+ Business Development for TD Bank Group, was one of 78 new appointments to the Order of Canada. Roy was recognized for her "tireless efforts as an executive leader, activist and advocate of diversity, inclusion and equity in Canada’s 2SLGBTQIA+ communities."