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TD reportedly took Jeffrey Epstein's business after Deutsche Bank dumped him

bizjournals Friday, 20 September 2019
TD bank accepted accounts from disgraced billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein after Deutsche Bank severed ties with him earlier this year, Bloomberg reported Friday. Toronto-based TD, which has its U.S. headquarters in Cherry Hill and is the region's second largest deposit taker, had little to say on the matter Friday.Β  β€œAs a matter of policy, we do not share information of this kind publicly,” TD spokesman Paolo Pasquini said via email. TD (NYSE: TD) is the third major lender linked to…
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