Timothy C. Scheve is President and Chief Executive Officer of Janney Montgomery Scott LLC. Janney is a full-service financial services firm, providing comprehensive financial advice to individual, corporate and institutional clients. Mr. Scheve became the President and CEO in August 2007 and has over 25 years of experience in the securities industry. Since his arrival at Janney, Mr. Scheve has assembled a leadership team that has a tremendous ability to adapt to rapidly evolving client needs and economic changes. These top professionals lead two core businesses—the Private Client Group and Capital Markets—and ensure efficient operations and administration. The Firm’s financial expertise includes Private Client Financial Consultants, experts in wealth management, and professionals in equity capital markets, research, fixed income and corporate finance. Before becoming the President and CEO of Janney, Mr. Scheve served in a variety of leadership roles at Legg Mason where he helped to define the firm’s client focus as well as their overall professional direction. He was appointed Executive Vice President of Legg Mason in 1998 and Senior Executive Vice President in 2000. In 2003, he was named President and CEO of Legg Mason’s broker-dealer, the former Legg Mason Wood Walker, Inc. (LMWW). After Legg Mason sold LMWW, Mr. Scheve was responsible for the integration of Citigroup’s Asset Management division into Legg Mason’s Asset Management business. During this time, he served as Chief Administrative Officer, culminating a long and distinguished career with the firm in a crucial management position responsible for a diverse spectrum of functional areas, including Finance, Corporate Technology, Operations, Mutual Fund Administration and Accounting, Legal and Compliance, Facilities and Human Resources. Prior to joining Legg Mason, Mr. Scheve served as a Senior Consultant for the Management Information Consulting Group of Price Waterhouse & Company. Mr. Scheve earned a B.A., summa cum laude, from Catholic University and a M.A. in economics from Brown University. He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa in 1980.