Salmon Joins TD Bank as VP

By Joyce C. Dimaculangan

TD Bank announced that Matthew P. Salmon has joined the business as Vice President, Relationship Manager in Commercial Banking. In this capacity, Salmon is responsible for originating commercial and industrial lines and loans, commercial real estate loans, and equipment leasing and financing, serving businesses throughout Metro NYC. He will be based in the bank’s office in Brooklyn, New York.

Matthew Salmon TD BankSalmon brings 10 years of experience in banking and lending to TD Bank. A seasoned lender, he has extensive experience working closely with and lending to various types of businesses throughout the tri-state area.

Prior to joining TD Bank, Salmon served as a Vice President in Middle Market Lending at Israel Discount Bank of New York, where he managed a $200 million plus loan portfolio. He was also an Assistant Vice President at Empire State Bank, Valley National Bank, and The Park Avenue Bank.

During his career in commercial lending, Salmon facilitated many middle market commercial lines of credit, real estate, leasehold improvement, and equipment financing loans.

Salmon earned a B.A. degree in Political Science from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He is a resident of Brooklyn, New York.

About TD Bank
TD Bank is one of the 10 largest banks in the US providing more than 8 million customers with a full range of retail, small business and commercial banking products and services.

Headquartered in Cherry Hills, New Jersey, the company 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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