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TD Bank makes senior executive changes as head of Canadian personal banking to retire

Teri Currie, Group Head, Canadian Personal Banking TD Bank Group, poses for a portrait in the TD headquarters in Toronto, Thursday, July, 12, 2018. TD says Currie will retire at the end of January. She will join the board of directors of TD's U.S. bank effective Feb. 1. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Marta Iwanek

TORONTO - TD Bank Group is making several changes to its senior executive ranks as its head of Canadian personal banking plans to retire.

The bank says Teri Currie, group head of Canadian personal banking, will retire at the end of January after almost 35 years with the bank.

She will join the board of directors of TD's U.S. bank effective Feb. 1.

Michael Rhodes, group head for innovation, technology and shared services, will become group head, Canadian personal banking.

TD also says Greg Braca, group head of U.S. retail, will become vice-chair of TD Bank in the U.S., reporting to TD Bank Group CEO Bharat Masrani.

Leo Salom, group head of wealth management and TD Insurance, will become group head U.S. retail and Raymond Chun, president of TD Direct Investing, will become group head of wealth and insurance.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 28, 2021.

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