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TD Bank Recovery & Resolution Manager - Governance & Plan Production in New York, New York

Work Location:

Charlotte, North Carolina



Pay Details:

$110,760 - $178,880 USD

TD is committed to providing fair and equitable compensation opportunities to all colleagues. The included salary range for this role takes into account multiple factors that are considered in making compensation decisions. The base pay actually offered may vary based upon candidate's skills and experience, job-related knowledge, licensure and certifications, geographic location, and other specific business and organizational needs. As TD puts career development at the forefront of our colleague experience, it is not typical for an individual to be hired at or near the top of the range for their role.

As a candidate, you are encouraged to ask compensation related questions and have an open dialogue with your recruiter who can provide you more specific details for this role.

Line of Business:


Job Description:

The Recovery & Resolution Planning Manager leads development and supporting the achievement of financial objectives for assigned business line(s). The job reports on financial results, providing interpretation through in-depth understanding of the business. The Recovery & Resolution Planning Manager provides forecasts and financial plans to drive business results, strategy and decisions.

This role will be a part of TD's U.S. Recovery and Resolution Planning team. Recovery and Resolution Planning (RRP) is an enterprise-wide function that ensures TD is prepared to address severe financial stress conditions and implements our practices and oversight of financial crisis management. The RRP function is closely integrated with multiple lines of business, key control functions, and Risk Management to maintain strategies and capabilities that support recovery and resolution preparedness. The RRP team is responsible for coordinating, developing and maintaining TD's U.S. Recovery and Resolution Plans and other regulatory submissions, as required under the Dodd-Frank Act and other applicable regulations.

Depth & Scope:

  • Gathers and reports on financial results vs. plans on an ongoing basis, providing evaluation and interpretation through an in-depth understanding of the business

  • Leads development and supports the achievement of financial objectives for assigned business line(s)

  • Develops and maintains strong business relationships with business line management

  • Provides leadership, coaching, counseling and guidance to staff

  • Develops, assigns and monitors plans to ensure completion of goals and objectives

  • Resolves escalated issues and problems by conferring with staff, other internal departments, outside contractors and others as necessary

Education & Experience:

  • Bachelor's degree in Business, Finance or Economics or Master's degree in Finance

  • 7+ years' experience required

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 7+ years of experience in financial contingency planning, liquidity/capital management, regulatory, risk, legal or compliance organizations in a financial institution.

  • 5+ years of experience coordinating Recovery and Resolution Plans or other similar large-scale regulatory submissions.

  • 3+ years of experience with governance including policies/procedures/controls, preparing materials for internal and external audiences, and coordinating updates for large regulatory submissions (including production calendars and status reports).

  • Experience with the WDesk/Workiva platform.

  • Knowledge and understanding of regulatory requirements issued by the Federal Reserve, FDIC and OCC that relate to financial stress preparedness.

  • Experience implementing programs to satisfy regulatory requirements, including working with stakeholders to understand the requirements and complete impact assessments.

  • Experience working across a matrixed organization with multiple stakeholders to achieve a common result.

  • Excellent analytical, risk assessment and investigative skills.

  • Must work independently, demonstrated ability to take initiative and identify more efficient ways to execute.

  • Demonstrated ability to see the big picture, make connections and anticipate consequences and outcomes of actions and decisions; must be forward looking.

  • Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced, evolving and dynamic environment with changing and competing priorities.

  • Ability to deal with conflicting points of view and to suggest creative and responsive solutions.

Who We Are:

TD is one of the world's leading global financial institutions and is the fifth largest bank in North America by branches/stores. Every day, we deliver legendary customer experiences to over 27 million households and businesses in Canada, the United States and around the world. More than 95,000 TD colleagues bring their skills, talent, and creativity to the Bank, those we serve, and the economies we support. We are guided by our vision to Be the Better Bank and our purpose to enrich the lives of our customers, communities and colleagues.

TD is deeply committed to being a leader in customer experience, that is why we believe that all colleagues, no matter where they work, are customer facing. As we build our business and deliver on our strategy, we are innovating to enhance the customer experience and build capabilities to shape the future of banking. Whether you’ve got years of banking experience or are just starting your career in financial services, we can help you realize your potential. Through regular leadership and development conversations to mentorship and training programs, we’re here to support you towards your goals. As an organization, we keep growing – and so will you.

Our Total Rewards Package

Our Total Rewards package reflects the investments we make in our colleagues to help them and their families achieve their financial, physical and mental well-being goals. Total Rewards at TD includes base salary and variable compensation/incentive awards (e.g., eligibility for cash and/or equity incentive awards, generally through participation in an incentive plan) and several other key plans such as health and well-being benefits, savings and retirement programs, paid time off (including Vacation PTO, Flex PTO, and Holiday PTO), banking benefits and discounts, career development, and reward and recognition. Learn more (

Additional Information:

We’re delighted that you’re considering building a career with TD. Through regular development conversations, training programs, and a competitive benefits plan, we’re committed to providing the support our colleagues need to thrive both at work and at home.

Colleague Development

If you’re interested in a specific career path or are looking to build certain skills, we want to help you succeed. You’ll have regular career, development, and performance conversations with your manager, as well as access to an online learning platform and a variety of mentoring programs to help you unlock future opportunities. Whether you have a passion for helping customers and want to expand your experience, or you want to coach and inspire your colleagues, there are many different career paths within our organization at TD – and we’re committed to helping you identify opportunities that support your goals.

Training & Onboarding

We will provide training and onboarding sessions to ensure that you’ve got everything you need to succeed in your new role.

Interview Process

We’ll reach out to candidates of interest to schedule an interview. We do our best to communicate outcomes to all applicants by email or phone call.


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