toronto-dominion bank (TD:Toronto)
Michael D. Sopko
Former Director and Member of Corporate Governance Committee, The Toronto-Dominion Bank
|Age||Total Calculated Compensation||This person is connected to 15 board members in 1 different organizations across 5 different industries.|
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Michael D. Sopko served as Chief Executive Officer of Inco Limited primary metals and formed metal products since April 25, 2001 and as its Chairman on April 17, 2002. From April 25, 2001 to April 17, 2002, Dr. Sopko served as the Chairman of Inco, and prior to April 25, 2001 served as its Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. He has been a Director of TD Mortgage Investment Corp. since August 1992. He serves as a Director of Corporate Director of Inco Limited. Dr. Sopko ...
Toronto-Dominion CentrePhone: 416-308-6963
Toronto, Ontario M5K 1A2
Board Members Memberships*
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Former Director and Member of Corporate Governance Committee
Former Independent Director, Chairman of Human Resources Committee and Member of Safety, Health & Environmental Committee
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