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TD Bank Appoints New Regional VP, Vermont

June 17, 2022, 06:00 AM
Related: Banking News, TD Bank

TD Bank announced Mathew Robitaille has joined TD Bank as Regional Vice President, Vermont to support continued growth efforts in the region.

Robitaille joins the bank with more than 20 years of experience in banking and commercial lending. Prior to this role, Robitaille held positions as the Senior Business Banking Relationship Manager and Vice President of Commercial Banking for KeyBank. He earned his B.S. in Business Administration from Northern Vermont University at Lyndon.

“We could not be more excited to welcome Mat to TD Bank. He brings an extensive track record in banking and commitment to this market that will greatly contribute to TD’s growth and expansion in Vermont. Mat’s proven industry expertise as well as his client-centric mindset make him a strong addition to our leadership team,” said Sheryl McQuade, Regional President, Northern New England, TD Bank.

As Regional Vice President, Vermont, Robitaille will lead a team of relationship managers and work closely to support the region’s 23 stores. He will oversee the Commercial and Retail banking activities, including commercial lending and retail stores, within the state. Robitaille will be based in Burlington, VT.

Outside of his role at the bank, Robitaille serves as a current Board Member for Howard Center for Mental Health, helping advance the Center’s mission to provide people and communities with the support and services they need to address mental health, substance use, and developmental needs.

Robitaille also previously served as a Board Member for the Milton Community Youth Coalition, as a Mentor Family for The University of Vermont Medical Center Neonatal Clinic, and as a Sponsor Family for March of Dimes—whose programs align with Robitaille’s deep commitment to the Vermont community.

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