Adrian Bell

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Adrian Bell
Occupation COO Asia-Pacific
Employer Compagnie Financière Tradition

Adrian Bell serves as Chief Operating Officer of Asia & Pacific and has been member of executive board at Compagnie Financiere Tradition and served as Managing Director of Tradition Service Holding(TSH) of Asia-Pacific, a subsidiary of Compagnie Financiere Tradition. Bell went to Japan to begin a career in the money market in Tokyo in 1986. Bell worked in Singapore in 1991, and has overseen the expansion of Tradition's presence in Asia and Australia, first in Tokyo since 1997, and in Hong Kong, Singapore and Sydney, where he developed operations in interest rate derivatives.[1]

Adrian Bell is a native of Sydney Australia. He studied Japanese and Mandarin after leaving high school, and moved to Tokyo, Japan in 1986.[2]

References[edit]

  1. Executive Profile of Adrian Bell. Business Week.
  2. Adrian Bell. Compagnie Financière Tradition.
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