TD Wealth Private Client Group announced today the appointment of four regional wealth leaders. They will oversee all of the banks wealth management operations in their respective markets.
The new appointmentsMichael Iacobucci, Mark Maller, Steven Truitt, and Sherry Varrelmanare part of a larger initiative by the bank to grow market share in local markets from Maine to Florida, the bank said in a release.
Building out our market-based teams is a top priority as we grow our business, said Brandon Williams, Head of TD Wealth for the U.S. market, in a press release. Michael, Mark, Steve, and Sherry are highly skilled wealth professionals who bring deep market experience to their roles.
Iacobucci will oversee northern New England, including Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and upstate New York. He has worked more than 20 years in the wealth management business, most recently as relationship manager for TD Wealth in Boston. Prior to joining TD, he worked at SunTrust Private Client Services and Wachovia Wealth Management.
Maller will oversee the state of Florida. He has spent his 25-year wealth management career in the Florida market. Prior to joining TD Wealth, he served the ultra high-net-worth segment for Citi Private Bank. Prior to that, Maller worked at Bank of America.
Truitt will be responsible for the metro D.C. region, which includes Washington, D.C, Maryland, Delaware, and northern Virginia. He has 30 years of banking experience. Before joining TD Wealth, he worked at SunTrust Private Wealth Management, where he led the northern Virginia/ Washington, D.C., regional wealth services team.
Varrelman will supervise the Pennsylvania, and southern and central New Jersey region. She has more than 25 years of wealth management experience, most recently with BNY Mellon. Prior to that, Varrelman oversaw the Mid-Atlantic region for Wachovia.
TD Wealth, part of TD Bank, has about 300 advisors. It declined to disclose assets-under-management.
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