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Mr. Pat Flatley

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Senior Vice President

Phone: (212) ***-****  
Local Address:  Toronto , Ontario , Canada
Fidelity National Financial , Inc.
601 Riverside Avenue
Jacksonville , Florida 32204
United States

Company Description: Fidelity National Financial, Inc. (FNF) is a holding company that is a provider, through its subsidiaries, of title insurance, specialty insurance, claims...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Journalism
    University of Wisconsin
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Pat Flatley Independent Trustee
Pat Flatley is a Senior Vice President of New York-based Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. where he represents the interests of Canadian commercial real estate owners and operators completing cross border transactions. In this role Mr. Flatley has completed over 75 commercial title insurance policies in the U.S. for clients including Brookfield Properties, Cadillac Fairview, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Oxford Properties. Prior to his commercial real estate career, Mr. Flatley was a professional hockey player, whose NHL career spanned fourteen seasons including four season as Captain of the New York Islanders.
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Members of the Investment Committee include Tom Farley (Chair), Sam Altman, Pat Flatley, Peter Tesché and Blair Welch.
Board Members | NHL Alumni
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Pat Flatley
Pat Flatley was selected 21st overall in the NHL Draft by the New York Islanders in 1982. During his college years, he helped the Wisconsin Badgers win the NCAA title in 1983 and was named to the WCHA first all-star team, the NCAA West first all-American team, and the NCAA championship tournament all-star team. Flatley scored four goals in seven games to help the Canadian team win the bronze medal at the 1983 World Junior Championships. Later that same year, he won bronze with the senior team at the World Championships.
After graduating from Wisconsin, Flatley spent a season with the Canadian national team. He was an important asset for them when they finished fourth at the Sarajevo Olympics. His most significant contribution was scoring twice in a 4-3 win over Czechoslovakia, which clinched the bronze medal for the Canadians.
After the Olympics, Flatley joined the Islanders, where he would play for the next twelve years. During his time there, he earned a reputation as a solid player, proficient at driving to the net, and effective at winning pucks in the corner. He spent the 1996-97 season with the New York Rangers before retirement. Flatley was inducted into the Islanders Hall of Fame on January 12, 2012.
Upon retirement he served as a part-time analyst with Hockey Night in Canada for the 1988-2000 seasons. His quick wit, loyalty and dedication to the game of hockey and the players landed him a position as the NHL Director of Alumni Relations where he served as the liaison between the NHL, the club owners and the NHL Alumni for 10 years.
Flatley was instrumental in the continuity of the career transition and the formulation of the NHL Alumni Association to assist former players in need. He has served on the Board of Directors of the NHL Alumni Association since it's inception in November of 1999 and has continued to help his fellow players through many aspects of the game and life skills, both on and off the ice.
With Flatley's knowledge of the game, respect of the players, ability to work with the NHL and the NHL Alumni, and his definitive interest in helping current players through their transition into retirement, the NHLPA hired him to be the Assistant Director of Player Affairs looking after players and on-ice issues, helping to build a better bond between the NHLPA and alumni.
With his heartfelt and continued interest in ensuring players understand their options in retirement, Flatley has taken on the role of Director of the NHLA's BreakAway Program and is thrilled to be following his passion for hockey and education in this new capacity. Flatley has been a part of the BreakAway (formerly known as Life After Hockey) Committee for the past 10 years.
Our Team | NHL Alumni
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Wendy has worked in conjunction with Pat Flatley and Dr. Brian Shaw and his team for eleven years determining the appropriate direction that suits the player and his family's needs.
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Pat Flatley, Director, Breakaway Program
With his heartfelt and continued interest in ensuring players understand their options in retirement, Pat has taken on the role of Director of the BreakAway Program and is thrilled to be following his passion for hockey, education, and general life skill-sets in this new capacity. Pat has been a part of the BreakAway (formerly known as Life After Hockey) Committee for the past 10 years and looks forward to working with Ted Rogers School of Management and Ryerson University.
Pat was very instrumental in the continuity of the career transition and the formulation of the NHL Alumni Association to assist former players in need. He has served as a Board of Director of the NHL Alumni Association since the inception in November of 1999 and has continued to help his fellow players through many aspects of the game and life skills on and off the ice.
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PATRICK FLATLEY
Independent Trustee
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PATRICK FLATLEY
COMMITTEES Investment
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Pat Flatley is a Senior Vice President of New York-based Fidelity National Title Insurance Co. where he represents the interests of Canadian commercial real estate owners and operators completing cross border transactions. In this role Mr. Flatley has completed over 75 commercial title insurance policies in the U.S. for clients including Brookfield Properties, Cadillac Fairview, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Oxford Properties. In addition, Mr. Flatley is a Partner of KenAidan Realty, a Toronto-based real estate developer, and a founding partner of Great American Bagel Enterprise, for which Mr. Flatley has sourced and secured retail locations for the company in various U.S. locations. Prior to his commercial real estate career, Mr. Flatley was a professional hockey player, whose NHL career spanned fourteen seasons including four as Captain of the New York Islanders.
Board of Directors | NHL Alumni
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Pat Flatley Board of Directors
Pat Flatley was selected 21st overall in the NHL Draft by the New York Islanders in 1982. During his college years, he helped the Wisconsin Badgers win the NCAA title in 1983 and was named to the WCHA first all-star team, the NCAA West first-all-American team, and the NCAA championship tournament all-star team.
Flatley scored four goals in seven games to help the Canadian team win the bronze medal at the 1983 World Junior Championships. Later that same year, he won bronze with the senior team at the World Championships.
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