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TD Bank Names Marc Womack as President and CEO of TD Auto Finance

Originally published on newscenter.td.com.

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TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, today announced the appointment of Marc Womack as President and CEO, TD Auto Finance. In this role, Womack will oversee the expansion of TD Auto Finance in the U.S. market and drive integration between TD Auto Finance and TD Bank’s Consumer business. He will also join the TD Bank Management Committee.

“TD Auto Finance benefits from enormous growth potential, and under Marc’s leadership, the business will be well positioned to further expand its presence in the U.S. market,” said Greg Braca, President and CEO, TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank. “Marc is an experienced industry leader with a proven track record of transforming business strategies that drive growth and increase efficiency. I look forward to having him on my Management Committee as we work together to integrate TD Auto Finance with our Consumer business.”

Womack, who will report to Ernie Diaz, Head of U.S. Consumer Distribution, Wealth & TD Auto Finance, TD Bank, brings more than 29 years in the banking industry to his new role. Having spent the last seven years at TD, he most recently served as the Chief Operating Officer for TD Auto Finance leading commercial lending, dealer operations and sales. Previously, he worked as Chief of Staff for TD’s U.S. CEO and was Head of U.S. Product for TD Auto Finance. Before joining TD, he led JP Morgan Chase’s US-based Jaguar/Land Rover auto financing business and was Head of Marketing for Hyundai Capital America.

“Marc brings an incredible depth of knowledge and experience to his new role, and I am excited to welcome him to the team,” said Diaz. “Likewise, I am looking forward to more deeply connecting TD Auto Finance to the Consumer team as we work together to continue delivering legendary, Unexpectedly Human experiences for all TD customers.”

Outside of work, Womack is active in his community. He currently serves on the Board of Directors for the American Financial Services Association, is a member of the Board of Directors for RouteOne, and a member of the Executive Leadership Council.

He earned his Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in Financial Administration from Michigan State University. Womack currently resides in the Dallas metropolitan area.

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