But will the FD be as nice as the old Commerce? As Forbes noted:
[W]ill it be good for Commerce customers, who have grown used to a decidedly "non-bank" attitude? Time will tell. TD Bank will have to navigate that slippery slope carefully so as not to damage what they just bought. Commerce is prized for its ability to generate deposits (28% growth annually) and simultaneously spend on perks that many other banks have long ago abolished in the interest of cost savings.
Those perks include things like weekend and late night hours, lollipops and free pens, free coin sorting machines for everyone (even non-customers), and wide open branch lobbies that look more like auto showrooms than bank branches.
Well, they are still dog friendly at least.
And they hired the Reg and what's-her-name as spokespeople!
Previously on EV Grieve:
Any more friendly and I would have thought that I was at the DMV
27 years, 1 dumpster