TD Bank names Seaver Small Business Relationship Manager

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Sun, 01/08/2017 - 6:51pm -- Denise Sortor

TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank, has promoted David W Seaver to Small Business Relationship Manager in Commercial Banking, based in Burlington, Vt. Seaver will manage and grow an existing commercial portfolio of more than 125 relationships, providing a range of lending and deposit services to small and mid-sized companies across Northern Vermont. His coverage area includes Chittenden, Grand Isle, Franklin, Lamoille, Washington, Caledonia and Orleans.

Seaver has four years of banking experience. He joined TD Bank in 2012 as a Customer Service Representative and later served as a Financial Sales Representative before his most recent position as a Commercial Credit Analyst. Seaver is a member of Burlington Young Professionals. Seaver and his wife Victoria reside in Burlington. He graduated from Champlain College in 2011 with a degree in Business Administration. Seaver is a 2005 graduate of Burlington High School.

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