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TD Bank Names Carlisle Commercial Market President for South / Coastal New Jersey

October 27, 2022, 07:18 AM

TD Bank announced it has appointed Gregory Carlisle as its Commercial Market President for South Jersey/Coastal New Jersey. He succeeds Robert Curley III, following his move to Regional President of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Metro.

In this role, Carlisle will lead the local Commercial and Small Business banking teams and customer portfolios throughout Monmouth, Ocean, Atlantic, Cape May, Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland, Camden and Burlington counties while partnering with TD's specialty business lending and consumer teams to expand client relationships in the market. Carlisle will also direct local TD sponsorship and community giving.

Carlisle is a 22-year veteran of the local Pennsylvania / New Jersey banking community. He joined TD Bank in 2014 as Regional Vice President of Gloucester/Cumberland/Salem counties, where he led his team to increase market shares in each county. In 2019, he won the coveted CEO WOW Award at TD Bank for Commercial Banking and in 2021 he and his team led TD SBA in total loan dollars funded.

“Greg is a trusted advisor to a large and diverse portfolio of local clients, and his extensive expertise and experience in commercial and small business banking will greatly enable TD’s continued growth in this key market," said Curley, Regional President for Pennsylvania and New Jersey Metro. "His balance between empathy and business acumen will position him well to lead one of TD's largest markets, including our bank's headquarters area."

Prior to joining TD, Carlisle built and managed commercial teams at financial institutions in the Mid-Atlantic including HSBC Bank, Washington Mutual/JP Morgan Chase, and Wachovia Bank (Wells Fargo). His commercial banking experience includes roles in small business, commercial mortgage, Commercial & Industrial lending, and global trade finance.

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