TD Bank appointed Robert Curley III as regional president for the Pennsylvania/New Jersey metro area, succeeding Michael Carbone following his retirement after 30 years with the company.
In this role, announced June 8, Curley will provide strategic direction and sales leadership to TD’s consumer, small business, commercial and specialty banking operations, and lending services for Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
He’ll lead a team of approximately 2,500 regional employees and a network of more than 250 stores.
“This region is TD’s ‘home,’ and I’m confident Rob is the right leader to maintain the critical relationships we’ve built here, while working to increase market share in this competitive area,” said Ernie Diaz, head of consumer distribution, wealth and TD auto finance. “Rob’s expertise in Consumer and Commercial banking, coupled with his dedication to the community, will serve him well in his new role.”
Curley joined TD more than three decades ago and has served as South Jersey/Coastal New Jersey commercial market president since 2008. He began his career as a part-time teller and has since held a variety of positions, including credit analyst, small business lender, community lender, workout loan officer and regional vice president.
“Rob has been an integral part of TD’s success in this core market for more than three decades. His long-standing ties through his work at TD Bank and in the community will continue to benefit our local customers and colleagues in his new role as regional president,” said Chris Giamo, head of commercial banking. “Rob’s deep industry knowledge and broad network will help ensure our continued success in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.”
Curley has served on many local boards of directors over the past two decades, including the Special Olympics of New Jersey, New Jersey Bankers Association, Stockton University School of Business advisory board, the Boys and Girls Club of Camden County, Camden Community Partnership, Rutgers University Walter Rand Institute of Public Affairs, The Patriot Fund and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
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