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TD Bank Names Chris Giamo Head of Regional Commercial Bank

Christopher Giamo


TD Bank (No. 39 on the DiversityInc Top 50 Companies list) has appointed Christopher Giamo the head of regional commercial bank.

Based in Cherry Hill, N.Y., and New York City,Giamo has U.S. accountability for small business, middle market and commercial lending; government banking; treasury management services and corporate deposits; and commercial credit management.

Giamo joined TD Bank in 1998 as the head of its middle market lending group in New Jersey. After successfully growing and building the local middle market business, he held various positions of increasing responsibility in commercial and retail banking. Most recently, Giamo served as Regional President of TD’s New York Metro region, where he oversaw an aggressive de novo growth strategy that resulted in the opening of more than 250 TD Bank stores and ran day-to-day commercial and retail banking activities.

Prior to joining TD Bank, Giamo worked at Bank of New York and CoreStates Financial Corp.

Giamo’s appointment follows the retirement of Fred Graziano, who worked at TD Bank for 25 years and most recently served as Head of the Regional Commercial Bank.

“Chris has a long track record of success across the banking industry and understands how to build and develop winning strategies and teams,” said Greg Braca, Chief Operating Officer, TD Bank. “He is passionate about serving customers and driving results, and is well-positioned to lead our growing commercial banking business.”

“The Commercial Bank at TD Bank continues to expand, providing great opportunity for us to serve businesses of all sizes,” Giamo said. “I look forward to working with the commercial team to accelerate our growth within the marketplace.”

Giamo holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Rhode Island. He serves on the boards of several organizations, including the Long Island Association, Global Gateway Alliance, Huntington Hospital and TD Private Client Wealth, LLC. Giamo resides in Long Island, New York, with his family.

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