Hard work, dedication, and excellence – three ideas that sum up the man who is currently the CEO of one of the largest investment management firms in the world. Timothy Armour is an extremely well known and revered name in the field of investment banking. With countless years of expertise and a knack for dealing with financial management, Timothy has worked hard to make Capital Group what it is today.
An economics graduate from Middlebury College in Vermont, Timothy has dedicated hours of service to Capital Group and its clients, managing and giving financial and investment solutions amounting up to a total of $1.25 trillion USD. Capital Group has a large pool of clientele ranging from small business owners to large international companies.
Timothy entered Capital Group right out of college as part of the Associates Program. The Program is designed to test out new applicants and prepare them for the job that lies ahead. Timothy showed exemplary skill in the program and was soon offered a position in the company. Through hours of effort and dedication to the field, Timothy Armour made it up the ranks of Capital Group making it to the position he is at today.
In terms of his employees, Timothy believes that pushing them to be the best that they can be helped improve their efficiency while also benefiting the company as a whole. He believes in adopting the most effective approach to everything to maximize the potential of his employees and his company.
Timothy Armour has tried hard to help the company expand its borders and tap into newer markets with unlimited potential. At the end of the last year, Timothy signed an agreement with the managing directors of Samsung Asset Management to aid the company’s development and to advise them on appropriate asset management. In partnership with Samsung, Capital Group will be launching various asset management plans and products to the South Korean market. This new line of products will especially be catered towards older generations and senior citizens of Korea.
Armour was elected as the CEO of Capital Group in 2015 after the sudden demise of their previous CEO James Rothenberg. He plans to follow in the footsteps of the Rothenberg and aims to lead the company based on a plan that was set in motion weeks before Rothenberg’s passing. Together with his employees, he plans to carry on the eighty years long legacy that has kept Capital Group at the top of the investment game.