Kelvin Tran, CFO of TD Bank US

Are you a new graduate from class of 2020? Are you looking for a new job? Are you wondering if multiple degrees worth it? Meet Kelvin Vi Luan Tran, the CFO of TD Bank U.S. in an exclusive interview talking about his career pathway and how to land the first job successfully.

Degrees are good but they are not the end objectives

Kelvin Tran

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