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TD Ameritrade traces back its lineage to a small investment banking firm and
First Omaha Securities, Inc. (later Accutrade) in Omaha, Nebraska. Ameritrade
Clearing Inc. was established as a clearing broker in 1983, and by 1987
TransTerra Company became the holding company for Ameritrade, and the company
was subsequently known as TransTerra Company. In 1988, the company introduced
the first quote and order entry system via the touch-tone phone. In 1995, the
company acquired K. Aufhauser & Company, Inc. and its WealthWeb, the first firm
to offer online securities trading, receiving the first order in August 1994. In
October 1995, Ameritrade acquired All American Brokers. In January 1996,
TransTerra's Accutrade launched "Accutrade for Windows," the first online
investing system that let individuals partake in program investing and basket
trading. By May 1996, TransTerra launched an Internet only broker called
eBroker, and by November, TransTerra Company became Ameritrade Holding
In March 1997, Ameritrade became a publicly held company, and its IPO opened at $15 per share. In August 1999, Accutrade (then a Division of Ameritrade) acquired The R. J. Forbes Group, Inc.. Ameritrade formed Freetrade in November 2000, which provided commission-free equity market orders. Freetrade was later replaced by Ameritrade Izone, which offered $5 equity market orders, though it no longer exists. In 2001, Ameritrade made two acquisitions: the February acquisition of TradeCast, giving Ameritrade a presence in the business-to-business arena, and the September acquisition of National Discount Brokers Corporation, adding $6.3 billion in client assets.
In 2002, Ameritrade merged with Datek Online Holdings Corporation, and changed commissions to $10.99 from $8 for market orders and $12 for limit and stop orders. Ameritrade purchased Mydiscountbroker.com in June 2003, and client accounts reached 3 million. In 2004, Ameritrade completed the purchase of Bidwell and Company in January, BrokerageAmerica in February, Investex in May and JB Oxford and Company in October. As of August 2007, there were reports suggesting that Ameritrade was engaged in merger talks with E*TRADE.
In 2008, long-time CEO Joe Moglia announced he would be vacating the CEO position in the upcoming fall after seven years to pursue other interests. Fred Tomczyk, the former COO, was named his successor and took over in September 2008. Rumors[weasel words] started that the company was going to move its headquarters out of the Omaha area after Moglia took over the Chairman position from founder and former CEO J. Joseph Ricketts. With the departure of Ricketts, who founded the company in Omaha, the company for the first time in its history had no members from the founding family on its management team, outside of the two that remained on the Board of Directors. Tomczyk further strengthened the rumors when he stated that he would not be moving out to Omaha, but rather staying in the New York City area, where he is based out of. However, those rumors were put to rest when in October 2008 plans were unveiled of the new TD Ameritrade headquarters in Omaha. The new headquarters would consolidate the call center and corporate offices together into one building. The new building, planned for development in the Old Mill area of Omaha, has a scheduled completion date of 2013. Tomcyzk later confirmed that the company considered moving out of the Omaha area, but decided to stay because of the large number of employees based in Omaha.
Tomczyk announced on June 10, 2009, that the name of the new ballpark will be TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. He had also made a statement that morning that this move is a sign that the company will continue to be headquartered in Omaha. TD Ameritrade will be paying an average of $1 million a year for the naming rights. The NCAA has also mentioned that they are interested in talking with the company about a corporate sponsorship.
As of May 1, 2012, there have been 312 FINRA arbitration cases taken against TD Ameritrade
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