TD Bank and a subsidiary of The Toronto-Dominion Bank of Toronto, Canada, opened its corporate campus along Interstate 85 in Greenville, South Carolina, which includes its regional Contact Center and plans to hire 800 employees during the next three to five years.
TD's Greenville campus will serve as a regional center for company operations including credit card services, audit, small business, technology, employee training and customer service. TD Bank said it has hired nearly 600 employees to staff the campus, and expects to bring on an additional 800 employees within the next three to five years.
The campus comprises three buildings with nearly 300,000-square-feet of office space situated on 67 acres along I-85. Construction recently was completed on the center building, which houses the Contact Center. Among the facilities' environmentally friendly features are state-of-the-art lighting and climate controls, high efficiency water fixtures, recycled and low-emitting building materials and bicycle storage for employees.
"The TD Corporate Campus in Greenville is a major investment in the local economy, and is the result of a strong partnership between TD and local, regional and state officials," said Bharat Masrani, President and CEO, TD Bank. "This is a prime location that will support the continued growth of America's Most Convenient Bank in South Carolina and across our Maine to Florida footprint."
"TD Bank's corporate campus in Greenville is a great asset to South Carolina, bringing hundreds of new jobs for our citizens," said Gov. Nikki R. Haley . "When strong corporations like TD Bank invest is South Carolina it not only strengthens our economy, but it shows this is a great state in which to do business."
"TD has invested in South Carolina through lending, providing jobs, giving grants to area non-profits and providing our unmatched convenience in banking," said Rob Hoak, Regional President for TD Bank in South Carolina. "Our campus grand opening is another TD promise fulfilled."