Edmonton Journal



ATB Financial president and CEO since June 2007

Previous positions: 2000-2007 in Vancouver as CEO of Vancity, Canada’s largest credit union; 1998-2000 as CEO of Vancity Capital Corp., a subsidiary of Vancity; 1978-1998 with Business Developmen­t Bank of Canada Born in Calgary on June 25, 1955, raised in Edmonton, bachelor of commerce degree from the University of British Columbia Salary in 2014, a record year for ATB growth, was $3.1 million, including $504,000 in base salary and $1.9 million in incentives ATB Financial reported 2014-15 assets of $43.1 billion, deposits of $30.6 billion, loans of $37.7 billion and profit of $328.7 million A board member for STARS, Telus Community Foundation, MasterCard Canada, Alberta Blue Cross, Citadel Theatre 2012 campaign chairman for United Way’s Alberta Capital Region 2014 Allard chair in business at MacEwan University

Business advisory council member for Alberta School of Business

Driving force behind Light The Bridge campaign, which raised $2.5 million for tens of thousands of LED lights on the High Level Bridge

Commitment to social responsibi­lity reflected in reduction of his personal carbon footprint, attendance at Al Gore boot camp in 2007, and in corporate activities at ATB Financial

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