Tom Nally

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Tom Nally
Occupation President, TD Ameritrade Institutional
Employer TD Ameritrade

Tom Nally is president of TD Ameritrade Institutional. He moved to that position from his job as TD Ameritrade's head of sales in 2012. He has been with the company since 1994.[1]

Background[edit]

In his previous position, Nally and his team were responsible for developing new RIA relationships and practice management consulting. He has held a variety of positions for the firm and has had responsibility for, among other things, trading, fixed income, advisor relations, client service, advisor technology, and account services and operations.

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