TD Bank names new consumer products chief
TD Bank announced a slate of leadership changes in its consumer banking team, including a new head of consumer products.
The U.S. arm of Toronto-Dominion Bank said Monday that it had named Matt Boss head of consumer products. In his new role, Boss will oversee credit cards, unsecured lending, residential loans and deposit and payment products. He will also lead the bank’s Community Reinvestment Act efforts.
Boss's "expertise in deepening the value of our products, improving capabilities and modernizing operations makes him incredibly well-suited for this role,” TD Bank President and CEO Greg Braca said in a press release. “We're eager to put Matt's talent to good use as we continue to evolve and grow our consumer businesses."
Boss succeeds Jim Peterson as head of consumer products, reporting directly to Braca.
Boss joined TD Bank in 2017 and was previously head of credit cards and unsecured lending. Before coming to TD Bank, he was managing director of products and marketing for the Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., based in Australia.
Jason Thacker, who was previously head of consumer deposit and payment products, will succeed Boss as head of credit cards and unsecured lending. Thacker has been with TD Bank since 2007 and has held a variety of roles, including executive director of corporate and specialty banking and retail market president for the Greater Philadelphia area.
Lindsay Sacknoff will succeed Thacker as head of consumer deposit and payment products. She has worked at TD Bank for almost 10 years, most recently as head of U.S. contact centers, where she focused on customer and employee experience.