Management

Tom Henderson

Tom Henderson

President and CEO, Accord Financial Corp.
President, Accord Financial, Inc.

Tom’s career in the finance industry began with Heller Financial in Chicago, formerly one of the largest finance companies in the world, where he eventually supervised all of their overseas operations in Asia and Australia. On joining Accord in 1998, his outstanding productivity and people skills led to his elevation as president of our U.S. finance business in 2001, and his appointment as president and CEO of Accord Financial Corp. in 2009.
thenderson@accordfinancial.com

Fred Moss

Fred Moss

President
Accord Financial Inc.

Fred brings a wealth of experience and expertise in all aspects of the finance industry to his role as president of our Canadian financing business. Formerly president of CAFCO, he went on to found Montcap Financial Corp. Under his careful leadership, the company was sold to Accord Financial in 1992 and grew to become a leader in Canadian SME financing. Fred holds a BComm from McGill University and is a CPA, CA.
fmoss@accordfinancial.com

Jim Bates

Jim Bates

President
Accord Financial Ltd.

Jim began his financial career with Scotia Factors, a division of the Bank of Nova Scotia in 1978. He joined Accord Financial in 1984. Since then, he received several promotions while honing his skills and has played an increasingly central role within the Accord management team. Jim is also the corporate secretary of Accord Financial. He was appointed to his current position at the beginning of 2011. jbates@accordfinancial.com 

Management is expected to adhere to the highest standards of business and personal ethics, and to conduct itself with the utmost degree of honesty and integrity in fulfilling its duties and responsibilities, and complying with all applicable laws and regulations. It is expected to operate in accordance with approved annual business and strategic plans, to do everything possible to enhance shareholder value and to manage Accord in a prudent manner. It is expected to provided regular financial and operating reports to the Board, and to make the Board aware of all important issues and developments, particularly those previously unanticipated. Management is expected to seek opportunities for business acquisitions and expansion and to make appropriate recommendations to the Board.