Scott Shuryn holds the role of Senior Relationship Manager for Stock Plan Services at TD Ameritrade. Scott is responsible for deepening relationships with existing and future clients, and also has significant expertise around 10b5-1 plans and equity administration platforms. Scott’s tenure includes over a decade of financial services experience, having served in a variety of Product, Sales and Relationship Management roles across the industry. Prior to joining TD Ameritrade, Scott was responsible for the growth and development of RBC’s Corporate and Executive Services across the
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