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Ernie Diaz Climbs Ladder Of Success To Become Td Banks Regional President Offering Direction To 170store Network

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Written by on May 9, 2013

Ernie Diaz has been climbing up the ladder of success during his 28 years in the banking industry. Mr. Diaz has held several executive-level positions, which include having served as market president for TD Bank in South Florida, president of the Mercantile Bank in Florida, as well as middle-market executive for South Florida at Regions Bank.

Now, as the new regional president for TD Bank in Florida, he is responsible for providing strategic direction and sales leadership to the bank’s retail, small business, commercial and specialty banking operations and lending services throughout a network of over 170 stores.

He’s active in the community, serving on the Beacon Council Executive Board, the Orange Bowl Committee, as chair of Florida International University’s School of Business Dean’s Council, corporate director of Florida Christian School, and director of Pino Global Entrepreneurship at Florida International University.

Despite his busy schedule and a demanding career, Mr. Diaz always makes time to unwind by going fishing with his two sons, Ernie and Gabriel, who he says are much more skilled fishermen than he is.

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