Area(s) of expertise: Product Management
Summary of expertise:
Nandita Bakhshi is Head of the Product Management Group for TD Bank.
Prior to joining TD Bank, Nandita was Executive Vice President and Division Executive in the Consumer Deposits and Payments Division at Washington Mutual. There, she led the efforts to profitably grow the Retail Banks’ transaction businesses and provided oversight of Payments, as well as, strategy and product offerings to all interest-bearing deposit products.
She served as Managing Director of Mobile Solutions at First Data International, providing leadership over the creation and implementation of mobile and micro payment solutions. Prior to that, Nandita was Transition Executive and EVP of Bank of America/Fleet Boston, where she led the efforts for the consumer products merger. During that time, she worked with the Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, Massachusetts to make ATMs more accessible to those visually challenged through 'Talking ATM'.
She served as Executive Vice President and Director, Deposit/Payment Product Group, Fleet Boston, and was Senior Vice President, ATM/Self Service Banking. She held senior positions at Home Savings of America in Alternative Delivery and at Banc One Corporation in management and sales. She spent four months in India prior to joining TD Bank and worked pro-bono on a microfinance program, with a company funded by the Gates Foundation.
A native of Calcutta, India, Nandita graduated from Calcutta University with a Bachelor’s Degree in History with a concentration in Political Science. She earned a Master of Arts Degree in International Relations from Jadavpur University. Nandita is a recognized leader, known for her commitment to the customer and the community. She practices her philosophy of serving the world by striving to make a difference.
New England News named Nandita its first-ever 'Woman of the Year'. She has more than 20 years of experience in the financial services industry.
Nandita lives in Moorestown, NJ with her husband.
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