Anthony Wilson hits the big time at TD Bank

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New veep at TD Bank

The “Convenient Bank,” has been really, really busy, and Standing O is finding it hard to keep up with all its staff promotions.

This week, Standing O is taking off the little yellow hat to welcome Anthony Wilson as the new sales and service manager at the Kings Highway branch. As an assistant veep, Anthony is responsible for new business development, consumer and business lending, and managing personnel and overseeing the day to day duties.

Our pal Anthony has been in the banking biz for the past 13 years, and joined TD Bank in 2004 as a customer service representative. From customer service rep to assistant veep in only nine short years? TD Bank is legendary in the world of banking, and so it seems is Anthony.

Standing O says, “Welcome aboard — loan long and with high interest.”

TD Bank [1122-1126 Kings Highway at E. 12th Street in Homecrest (718) 627–0174].

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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