TD Bank Names Pike as VP/Relationship Manager

By Joyce Dimaculangan

TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, welcomes Keith Pike as he joins the Bank as Vice President, Relationship Manager in Government Banking. He will be based in Concord, New Hampshire. In this role, Mr. Pike will be responsible for managing and overseeing banking relationships, including cash management, credit and depository, serving municipal entities and clients throughout New Hampshire and Vermont.

Mr. Pike brings 14 years of experience in banking and financing, with the last eight years Keith Pike TD Bankspent in government banking. Prior to joining TD Bank, he served various executive positions at Citizens Bank in Manchester, New Hampshire, the most recent as Vice President. He was with Citizens Bank for more than 13 years.

Mr. Pike is a resident of Weare, New Hampshire. He serves as a member of the NH Government Finances Officers Association and the NH Association of School Business Officials. He is a 1995 graduate of the University of New Hampshire in Durham.

About TD Bank
TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, is one of the 10 largest banks in the US providing a wide 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 provides a full range of retail, small business and commercial banking 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

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