Senior Vice President & Chief Financial Officer
Toyota Financial Services
Scott Cooke is senior vice president and chief financial officer for Toyota Financial Services (TFS). In this role, Cooke is responsible for the overall financial management of the company. This includes leading the teams for TFS accounting, TFS finance, TFS and Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) treasury, and TFS and TMNA indirect procurement as well as the TFS competitiveness and mergers & acquisitions functions. Cooke serves on the board of directors of Toyota Motor Credit Corporation, the Toyota Financial Services International Corporation management committee, and acts as the chief financial officer for the TFS Americas Oceania Region.
Prior to his current position, Cooke served as group vice president of treasury, business intelligence, analytics and finance. In that role, Cooke led functions responsible for funding, capital and liquidity risk management, treasury operations, and analytical decision-making. Before that, Cooke was group vice president of risk, dealer credit, and information security. He served as chief risk officer for the TFS Americas Region, responsible for establishing and implementing risk-based policies and metrics for TFS affiliates in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Venezuela.
Cooke joined TFS in June 2003, as director of market risk, economic capital, and international treasury, responsible for the oversight of interest rate, liquidity, basis, and counterparty credit risk. He became head of strategic planning and competitive intelligence, and was later promoted to corporate manager, business intelligence. He subsequently worked for the office of the chief information officer, and then served as corporate manager in dealer credit. In addition, Cooke was corporate manager of product planning for at Toyota Motor Sales.
Cooke earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and MBA from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, and is an alumnus of the Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Massachusetts.