Tim Hockey

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Tim Hockey
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Occupation President and CEO
Employer TD Ameritrade
Location Omaha, Nebraska
Twitter @TimHockey

Tim Hockey is a financial services veteran who is the president and CEO of TD Ameritrade. He has more than 33 years' experience in retail banking and wealth management. At TD Ameritrade, he is primarily responsible for the oversight of the strategy and operations supporting the company’s three client types: retail investors, traders and institutional. He has additional responsibilities overseeing technology, operations and corporate functions.[1]

He became president of TD Ameritrade on January 2, 2016 and became CEO as well on October 4, 2016, succeeding Fred Tomczyk, who retired. In July 2019, Hockey announced he would step down from the CEO role in February 2020.[2][3] [4] Hockey has agreed to stay in his role while the board searches for a successor. If his successor is named before February 2020, Hockey will move into an advisory role to help with the transition.[5]

He sits on the advisory board of the Richard Ivey School of Business and serves on the board of directors for the SickKids Foundation. He was chair of the Hospital for Sick Children’s Research and Learning Tower Campaign. He is also on the board of The Greater Toronto Civic Action Alliance and served as the 2015 Honorary Chair for the Ride to Conquer Cancer.

Background[edit]

Hockey joined TD Ameritrade in January of 2016 from TD Bank Group, where he was most recently group head, Canadian banking and wealth management, as well as president and CEO of TD Canada Trust. He has held a number of senior positions in his 32-year career at TD, in areas such as mutual funds, retail distribution, information technology, core and small business, credit cards and personal lending. He was an executive member of the Canadian Bankers Association, previously serving as chair of the organization. He is a past winner of Canada’s “Top 40 Under 40,” a program that celebrates Canadians who have reach significant success before the age of 40 in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.

He was at one time considered a top contender to be the chief executive of Toronto-Dominion Bank, the largest single shareholder of TD Ameritrade.[6]

Education[edit]

Hockey holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario.

References[edit]

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