The Dominion Bank was a Canadianbank based in Toronto and founded in 1871 that merged on February 1, 1955 with the Bank of Toronto to form the Toronto-Dominion Bank. A bank is an institution that provides financial service, particularly taking deposits and extending credit. ... February 1 is the 32nd day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar. ... 1955 (MCMLV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... The Bank of Toronto was a Canadian bank that merged with the Dominion Bank of Canada in 1955 to form the Toronto-Dominion Bank. ... The Toronto-Dominion Bank TSX: TD NYSE: TD is the second largest Canadian bank with over 52,000 employees in offices around the world. ...
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The DominionBank had its beginning on April 26, 1869, when a group of four men held a meeting in the law office of Messrs.
Several local banks had recently failed, and as a consequence it was not an easy matter to raise the necessary capital, but this was finally accomplished, owing to the high calibre of the men who formed the provisional directorate.
The success of the DominionBank is due to the business acumen and prudent management of the directors and officers since its incorporation.
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