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Toronto-Dominion Bank is backing down from a request for advertising agencies to help the bank avoid taxes on the agencies’ fees. (Andrew Vaughan/THE CANADIAN PRESS)
Toronto-Dominion Bank is backing down from a request for advertising agencies to help the bank avoid taxes on the agencies’ fees. (Andrew Vaughan/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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Toronto-Dominion Bank is backing down from a request for advertising agencies to help the bank avoid taxes on the agencies’ fees.

In late March, TD sent a confidential request for information (RFI) to a number of ad agencies competing for one slice of the bank’s advertising business. A marketer typically sends an RFI as part of the process of inviting agencies to pitch for its account.

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