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San Francisco

555 California Street
Suite 4925
San Francisco, CA 94104

+1 (415) 800-4961

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New York

The Seagram Building
375 Park Avenue
Suite 1607
New York, NY 10152

+1 (212) 203-0614

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London

207 Regent Street
Level 3
London, W1B 3HH

+44 (020) 32894548

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Hong Kong

1301, 13th Floor
303 Hennessy Road
Hong Kong

+852 3585 8698

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Alastair Campbell, Chairman

In a career spanning 40 years, Alastair has advised Governments, Financial Institutions and Multinational companies on a broad range of transactional and public affairs assignments. He has served as Head of Europe Coverage for ICBC International, Vice Chairman Greater China for Apco Worldwide, China President of the French digital technology group Thomson S.A. and as a main board Director of TCL Multimedia Technology Holdings (HKSE 1070).

In the public sector, he was a council member of China British Business Council and Executive Director of the Royal Institute of International Affairs.

Mr. Campbell holds an M.A. degree from Oxford University in Oriental studies, and a diploma from Beijing University in Chinese studies. He speaks Mandarin and several European languages.

William Hay, Board Director

Will Hay was the general counsel at Baring Private Equity Asia for seven years, during which he built the first in-house legal team for the firm. With more than 30 years of experience in Asia, Mr. Hay is respected for providing creative and effective solutions for legal and business matters across the region. He has been recognized as outstanding Asia in-house counsel by IFLR, Asia Law & Business, and The Asian Lawyer. The Financial Times recognized him as one of the top 10 innovative lawyers in Asia and The American Lawyer has recognized him for the top M&A deal in China. He previously served as Asia general counsel for Colony Capital and GE Capital.

At Baring, Mr. Hay was responsible for over 40 investments totaling more than $5 billion in equity value in 10 Asian countries, and in industries.

Before joining Baring, Mr. Hay had extensive experience in real estate finance and operations, including distressed investments, across Asia with Colony Capital. He also completed more than 30 financial services transactions for GE Capital in Asia. Will speaks fluent Mandarin and Cantonese.

Josh Miller, CEO

Josh has worked in intelligence gathering for over 17 years. He was an Operations Officer with the Central Intelligence Agency and served throughout Europe, Central Asia & the Middle East, and in a variety of management roles. At CIA Josh was responsible for HUMINT collection at the direction of senior policy makers.

After CIA, Josh worked for the strategic consulting firm, Control Risks in Washington DC, and in Mexico City as General Director. In Hong Kong, Josh led the Poseidon Group as their COO.

Josh graduated from Brigham Young University with an MBA in finance, and earned his B.A. in linguistics with an emphasis in semantics & language acquisition. Josh is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

Nigel Inkster

Chairman of Advisory Board

Nigel Inkster is the former Director of Operations and Intelligence for the British Secret Service (MI6), which he served for thirty-one years retiring at the end of 2006. Following his retirement from the service he became Director of Transnational Threats and Political Risk at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. His most recent role with IISS was Director of Future Conflict and Cyber Security.

His research portfolio has included transnational terrorism, insurgency, transnational organized crime, cyber security, intelligence and security and the evolving character of conflict. He has written and broadcast on all these topics and has also been engaged in a variety of para-diplomatic activities on behalf of the UK government including leading a Sino-UK Track 1.5 Cyber Security Dialogue.

Mr. Inkster graduated from St. Johns College Oxford with a BA (Hons) degree in Oriental Studies (Chinese).

Hugh Trenchard, 3rd Viscount Trenchard

Lord Trenchard worked for Kleinwort Benson Ltd from 1973 to 1996, as Chief Representative in Japan between 1980 and 1985, and President from 1988 to 1995 and Deputy Chairman from 1995 to 1996. He was Director of, of the Japan Securities Dealers' Association as well as of Bond Underwriters' Association of Japan from 1994 to 1995.

His other roles include Director of Robert Fleming and Co Ltd from 1996 to 1998, Managing Director, Investment Banking, for Mizuho International Plc from 2007 to 2012 and Senior Advisor to Mizuho Bank, Ltd from 2013 to 2014. Trenchard was also chairman of The Dejima Fund Ltd from 2001 to 2009, from 2002 to 2008 senior advisor of Prudential Financial Inc, and from January to December 2006 director general of the European Fund and Asset Management Association. He was also a Consultant to the Japan Bank for International Cooperation in 2017.

He was educated at Eton College and graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge in 1973. Trenchard served in the 4th Battalion, The Royal Green Jackets from 1972 to 1980. In 2006, he became Honorary Air Commodore of 600 (City of London) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force. He is a Deputy Lieutenant of Hertfordshire since 2006 and a Lieutenant of the City of London since 2016.

James Stent

James Stent began his banking career with Citibank, working in New York, Manila, and Hong Kong. Thereafter he has pursued a distinguished career in financial services in both Thailand and China.

He worked for 18 years for Bangkok based Bank of Asia, serving as Deputy President of the Bank until his retirement in 2002, and thereafter continued as a director of the bank until 2004. Commencing in 2006, he served six years as an Independent Director and Chairman of the audit committee of the China Everbright Bank, followed by four years as a member of the bank’s Board of Supervisors. From 2003-2006 he was an Independent Director on the board of the China Minsheng Bank in Beijing. He is presently an Independent Director and Chairman of the audit committee of the XacBank of Mongolia.

In 2017, Oxford University Press published his widely acclaimed work China’s Banking Transformation: The Untold Story, which describes the transformation of the Chinese banking system over the past two decades, and examines the banking system as a prism for under-standing the dynamics of the Chinese political economy.

Mr. Stent received a Bachelor’s degree in History at the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master of Public Affairs degree from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, where he focused on development econo-mics. He speaks and reads Chinese and Thai languages.

Marzuki Darusman

Marzuki Darusman is an eminent Indonesian lawyer and politician. After fifteen years as a member of the People's Representative Council with President Suharto's Golkar party, he became Attorney General of Indonesia under Indonesia’s first democratically elected President Abdurrahman Wahid from 1999-2001. Darusman has served on several national and international human rights commissions, and in August 2010, became Founding Director of the Human Rights Resource Centre for ASEAN. Subsequent to his last term as Member of Parliament, which ended in 2009, he was appointed by UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon to a three-member UN Commission of Inquiry to investigate the assassination of former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. From 2010-2016 he was the UN Secretary General’s Special Rapporteur for North Korea 2010-2016 and also a Member of UN Commission of Inquiry on North Korea. In August 2017, he was appointed Chair of the UN Fact Finding Mission on Myanmar.

In addition, he has held prominent corporate roles. He currently serves as Commissioner for PT Freeport Indonesia, which engages in the mining, processing, and exploration of ores containing copper, gold, and silver. He was previously Commissioner for PT Indonusa Dwitama, a holding company engaged in managing and developing a range of investment portfolios including mining exploration and exploitation, financial services, multi-media interactive and information technology, and trading operations in Indonesia.

He graduated in law at University of Parahyangan and was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in law from the same university.

In 2017 he received the award of the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, 2nd Class, Gold and Silver Star.

Bridger

  • San Francisco

    555 California Street
    Suite 4925
    San Francisco, CA 94104

    +1 (415) 800-4961
  • New York

    The Seagram Building
    375 Park Avenue
    Suite 1607
    New York, NY 10152

    +1 (212) 203-0614
  • London

    207 Regent Street
    Level 3
    London, W1B 3HH

    +44 (020) 32894548
  • Hong Kong

    1301, 13th Floor
    303 Hennessy Road
    Hong Kong

    +852 3585 8698

info@bridgerintelligence.com