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<div class="quote-block">Originally Posted by <strong>jcumming</strong> <a href="/t/75400/interesting-graphic#post_2016320"><img alt="View Post" class="inlineimg" src="/img/forum/go_quote.gif"></a><br><br><p>Yes, and two of them, RBC and TD seemed poised to enter the fray to be "last bank standing" in the US.</p>
<p>RBC sold off its branches in the US and will apparently try to buy out one of the last two when it gets to that point.</p>
How big is TD in other parts of the US (anyone else see them around)? Around here (South Jersey), they bought out a smaller bank (although it was one of the biggest in the area) and converted them all. I'm not sure, though, what their presence is in other states.<br><br>
I used to (20 years ago) bank there, but got pissed at them for some reason, and switched to another one right down the street, that was really local, only had a few branches, had nice employees, would call me if my balance was getting low, and all that.<br><br>
Well, they, of course, got bought out by a larger, less personal, conglomerate.