Jim Toes

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Jim Toes
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Occupation President and CEO
Employer Security Traders Association
Twitter @JimToesSTA
LinkedIn Profile
Website https://securitytraders.org/
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Jim Toes is a securities industry executive who is currently the president and CEO of the Security Traders Association (STA). He has more than 25 years experience in the securities business, the last 17 of which were with Bank of America Merrill Lynch.[1]

He was most recently a senior relationship manager at Broadcort, a division of the bank which provides execution, clearing and financing to broker dealers for equities and options. He previously held various senior sales, trading, and management positions at Merrill.[2]

Background[edit]

Toes is a past president of the Securities Traders Association of New York (STANY) and a former governor and secretary of the STA National. During his career, he has served on various market structure committees and has testified before Congress. He was particularly active in the STA’s work on Section 31a fees.

Education[edit]

Toes earned a B.S. in Economics from Fordham University in New York.

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