Source: TD Bank.
  • TD Bank (TD) plans to open six locations in the Charlotte metro area in 2023
  • The bank aims to open approximately 15 locations in Charlotte, North Carolina by 2025, including low-to-moderate income and majority-minority areas
  • The 3,201-square-foot Carmel Road location, which is the first to open on May 12, has been designed with advice-based conversations in mind
  • TD is the sixth-largest bank in North America by assets and serves more than 27 million customers
  • Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) opened today at $81.12

TD Bank (TD) plans to open six locations in the Charlotte metro area in 2023.

It aims to open approximately 15 locations in the region by 2025.

The new locations will bring critical financial services to the rapidly expanding Charlotte area, including low-to-moderate income and majority-minority areas. They will offer a wide range of financial advice and banking services, including checking and savings accounts, credit cards, mortgages, home equity lines of credit and loans, and small business checking accounts.

Specialists will also be available at many locations, including financial advisors for more in-depth wealth management and investing conversations.

Several future locations will also feature dedicated space for community leaders and organizations to host job training, financial education workshops, or nonprofit events.

The 3,201-square-foot Carmel Road location, which is the first to open on May 12, has been designed with advice-based conversations in mind and features a flexible layout and sit-stand workstations.

TD is the sixth-largest bank in North America by assets and serves more than 27 million customers.

Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) opened today at $81.12.

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