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Tammy Buchert is a strategic leader who can think big and anticipate the details. As chief administrative officer, she leads the business administration team through a variety of national business and regulatory projects benefiting financial advisors and clients. Tammy provides strategic and operational leadership to the U.S. Wealth Management Operations Team of more than 300 colleagues who service and process client accounts and transactions.

When it comes to enterprise initiatives that impact multiple RBC business units, Tammy serves as the U.S. Wealth Management lead and liaison. She also aligns efforts in organizational strategy to achieve the firm’s collective purpose of helping clients thrive and communities prosper.

In 1997, Tammy joined RBC Wealth Management as an internal auditor and transitioned to the Private Client Group. She then progressed to strategic compensation, where she focused on developing advisor and field leadership compensation programs.

Before joining RBC Wealth Management, Tammy worked as an auditor at KPMG Peat Marwick and obtained her CPA (inactive) designation. She also worked in accounting and audit at Dayton Hudson Corporation.

Tammy received a Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from the University of Wisconsin – Eau Claire and a Master of Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas. She's also completed the Securities Industry Institute Excellence in Leadership Development Program offered through the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Outside of work, Tammy is active in her community and serves on the board of Camp Fire Minnesota. She enjoys entertaining, reading and spending time with family—her spouse and two college-aged children—outdoors.

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