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Toronto-Dominion Bank tapped investment-banking co-head Tim Wiggan to run its wealth-management operation as part of changes prompted by the departure of the firm’s Canadian personal-banking chief.  

Wiggan is taking the place of Ray Chun, who will run the Canadian personal-banking division, taking over from Michael Rhodes, according to a statement Monday. Rhodes will become chief executive officer of Discover Financial Services, the Riverwoods, Illinois-based credit-card company said in a separate statement later Monday.

Rhodes had been with Toronto-Dominion since 2011 and led its domestic personal-banking division since 2021, when he took over the high-profile role from Teri Currie, who had been seen as a potential CEO candidate until her retirement.   

Wiggan joined Toronto-Dominion in 2000 when it bought Newcrest Capital and also managed its large asset-management business for a number of years, before moving back to TD Securities in 2017, according to his LinkedIn profile.

“Tim has demonstrated his ability to grow both our wealth and capital-markets businesses and to develop long-term trusted relationships with our clients,” Toronto-Dominion Chief Executive Officer Bharat Masrani said in the statement.

The bank’s other co-head of investment banking is Larry Wieseneck, who joined as part Toronto-Dominion’s acquisition of Cowen Inc. earlier this year.