TD Bank Group Creates South Florida Tech Hub to Accelerate Digital Growth

The financial institution hopes to attract top talent to South Florida

TD Bank recently partnered with the Alan B. Levan NSU Broward Center of Innovation (Levan Center) to establish a new technology hub in South Florida to support future generations of technology professionals and foster and attract more talent to the area.

“Our new technology hub will focus on tapping into South Florida’s fast-growing technology talent pool to help enhance our innovation and customer delivery capabilities,” Greg Keeley says, Senior Executive Vice President, Platforms and Technology, TD Bank Group. “Together with technology teams across our footprint, we are committed to help drive agility, innovation and speed at scale to serve our customers and address their rapidly changing expectations.”

The multi-year relationship with the Alan B. Levan | NSU Broward Center of Innovation (Levan Center) will help TD build its presence in the South Florida tech community. TD’s other efforts to accelerate innovation include colleague ideation initiatives, FinTech arrangements, a strong patent portfolio, and strategic relationships with Big Tech and academia.

“We are excited to work with TD to fuel technology growth in South Florida,” said John Wensveen, Chief Innovation Officer, NSU and Executive Director, Alan B. Levan | NSU Broward Center of Innovation. “The work we do at the Levan Center is focused on building the future of innovation, technology, and entrepreneurship and our alliance with TD will further strengthen our leadership position in breakthrough ideation while growing a community of talented tech professionals in the region.”

With South Florida emerging as a destination for technology companies, TD Bank plans to add 200 new roles in the region over the next two years and hire over 2,000 technology roles in 2022, focusing on new technologies to support its accelerated technology strategy.

“Our relationship with the Levan Center provides a fantastic opportunity for TD to support future generations of technology professionals while also helping to attract and develop local talent,” Licenia Rojas says, Senior Vice President, Chief Engineer and Chief Architect, TD Bank Group and member of the Board of Governors at the Levan Center. “We will look to build our presence in the region with a team of diverse tech talents focused on TD Bank Group’s commitment to customer-centric innovation.”

To help support the growth of new and existing talent, TD Bank strives to invest in the skills and capabilities of its people by allowing colleagues to work on new technology and standard industry tools, including Azure, Cloud and DevOps technologies.

“At TD, we know that our greatest asset is our people,” Keeley says. “One of the many things we offer our colleagues is that no matter where you work in the Bank, you’ll have the opportunity to make an impact, be supported, and have opportunities to grow in your career – all while engaging in meaningful and fulfilling work.”

SFBW Staff
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