Beginning Monday, August 30, six branches of what was formerly First Federal Bank of North Florida will officially convert to TDBank locations.
The locations underwent cosmetic work this week to update the exterior and interior signage to reflect TDBank’s presence. Customers of First Federal Bank of North Florida will be able to continue banking as usual at all of TDBank’s locations across the U.S. eastern seaboard.
The six First Federal stores making the change to TDBank locations are (all in Florida):
The stores will now be open seven days per week with extended TDBank hours. Though customers’ accounts will not be dropped, they might be altered or augmented to fall in line with TDBank’s offerings. If you’re concerned or curious about the changes, visit TDBank.com for further information.
Expansion is nothing new for TDBank. Since originating from Canadian parent company Toronto-Dominion Bank, the company has opened physical locations in 13 states on the Atlantic coast. The bank, headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J., holds $160 billion in assets and is one of America’s 15 largest banks. It has steadily added brick-and-mortar branches in the two years since its incorporation.