Jarryd Anderson

Shared Economy Panel


Jarryd Anderson serves as Vice President and Counsel at TD Bank. Mr. Anderson is responsible for providing legal advice to TD's corporate functions on a variety of U.S. Federal bank regulatory requirements, including cybersecurity, recovery & resolution planning, IHC implementation, political activities, and fintechs. Mr. Anderson also serves as counsel in support of TD Bank's U.S. board of directors on corporate governance matters.


Prior to joining TD Bank, Mr. Anderson served as Vice President and Assistant General Counsel at The Clearing House Association. During his time at The Clearing House, Mr. Anderson was responsible for leading the Association’s advocacy efforts in a variety of regulatory and policy areas, including Dodd- Frank Act implementation, recovery and resolution planning, financial market utilities, and systemic risk implications posed by the clearing of derivatives through central counter parties. In addition, Mr. Anderson assisted in the development of regulatory strategies and policies impacting large U.S. and non- U.S. financial institutions.


Mr. Anderson also worked at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, where he served in the Recovery and Resolution Planning Section of its Banking Supervision and Regulation Division. While there, Mr. Anderson played a pivotal role in the Fed's post-Dodd-Frank Act resolution and recovery work, assisting in rule writing and policy development, reviewing bank resolution plans, and serving as special liaison to on-site Federal Reserve Bank examiners on resolution planning issues. Prior to his time at the Board, Mr. Anderson also worked in the Legal Department and Supervision, Regulation, and Credit Department of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia.


Mr. Anderson holds a J.D. from Rutgers School of Law and a B.A. in Economics and Political Science from La Salle University.