Chief Finance Officer
Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, USA
Prior to joining the ATP, Flip Galloway worked for the international consultancy firm Ernst and Young for 14 years, serving many industries, including professional sports.
Galloway has served as Chief Finance Officer since joining ATP in 1989. Between January 2006 and May 2020, he also served as ATP’s Chief Operating Officer, overseeing all ATP's operations and directly managing ATP's finance management, budgeting, accounting and tax compliance, strategic planning, human resources, executive recruitment and development, and member benefit plan design and administration. A key executive since the ATP Tour's formation in 1989, Galloway led the process of consolidation between the ATP and Men's Tennis Council that ultimately created the current ATP Tour. Galloway has been integral in many aspects of ATP's operations since its formation. Galloway works closely with the ATP Board to ensure that ATP is fiscally responsible and generates and maintains sufficient reserves. Galloway developed the ATP's computerised financial budgeting, treasury management and accounting systems and was instrumental in the formation of the ATP player pension program that has grown to more than $160 million in assets, covering more than 800 current and former players