South Jersey Market President,
As South Jersey Market President of TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank, Rob Curley oversees all commercial and small business lending throughout Mercer, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland, and Salem Counties as well as oversees all corporate and charitable giving throughout that footprint. Rob has been with TD Bank (formerly Commerce Bank) since June 1989 where he started as a Part Time Teller. During the 1990’s, Rob held a variety of positions including: Commercial Underwriter, Small Business Lender, Commercial/Middle Market Lender, Problem Loan Workout Officer, and Retail Lending Department Head. He was promoted to Regional Vice President for Camden County in December of 1999 and was given added responsibility for Burlington County in 2006. Upon acquisition of Commerce Bank by TD Bank, Rob was promoted to his current position in March of 2008.
Curley is a graduate of Penn State University and did some post graduate work at Villanova and Temple as well as executive development at Wharton's Aresty Institute. He has always been extremely active in the community and currently serves on: the New Jersey Business Council for Jefferson Health, the Board for Greater Trenton, the Board Chair for the Boys & Girls Club of Camden County, the Board for the Camden Health & Athletic Association, the Board of Trustees for the Southern New Jersey Development Council, the Board of Trustees for Samaritan Hospice and Healthcare, the Board of Trustees for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, the Advisory Board for Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation, and the Board of Trustees for Rutgers Walter Rand Institute.
In 2007, the Philadelphia Business Journal selected Curley as one of Metro Philadelphia’s “40 Under 40” up and coming leaders. Over the years, Rob has been awarded the South Jersey Young Professional’s Halo Award (2011), Philadelphia Smart CEO’s “Philly’s Top Bankers” (2012), and SJ Biz Magazines “Top 20 Executives of the Year” (2012). During 2013, Rob received the Civic Leadership Award from Camden County College as well as Corporate and Community Leadership Awards from both Bancroft and Alicia Rose Victorious Foundation for his involvement in the community. These awards earned him the distinction of being named one of SJ Magazine’s “Men of the Year in 2013”. Rob has been chosen as one of SJ Biz Magazine's "Power 50" for 4 consecutive years (2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018) and was awarded Non Profit Trustee of the Year by the Non Profit Development Center in 2016. In 2017, Rob received Rutgers/LEAP Community Leadership Award and the March of Dimes Citizen of the Year Award. He has two children, Robbie 20 and Colette 18, and is a lifelong resident of Marlton, New Jersey.