TD Bank Names Heather Rielly as Vice President

By Joyce Dimaculangan

TD Bank announced that Heather A. Rielly has joined the bank as Vice President, Relationship Manager in Commercial Banking based in Burlington, Massachusetts. In her new role, Ms. Rielly will be responsible for providing financing liquidity solutions for commercial clients in Merrimack Valley and the North Shore. She will work closely with clients to provide comprehensive solutions for both short- and long-term needs.

Ms. Rielly brings 15 years of experience in banking and lending from several TD Bank Logofinancial institutions. Prior to joining TD Bank, she served as Vice President Client Manager, Business Banking Client Development Group at Bank of America where she was responsible for retaining and growing a business banking portfolio of clients. In addition, she worked at HSBC for six years as Assistant Vice President Premier Relationship Manager.

A resident of Concord, Massachusetts, Ms. Rielly serves on the Board of Directors of The Friends of the Arlington Council on Aging. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Studies, with a concentration in Economics and Finance from State University of New York College at Buffalo.

About TD Bank
TD Bank is one of the 10 largest banks in the US providing a full range of products and services to more than 8 million customers. Headquartered in Cherry Hills, New Jersey, the bank is a national banking institution which offers banking, insurance, brokerage, and investment banking services. It offers a variety of products and services to millions of individual customers and businesses for all sizes. It operates 1,300 locations in several states including Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, and Washington D.C. For more information, visit the bank’s website at www.tdbank.com.

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