Terry Smith

Former Chief Executive Officer at Tullett Prebon

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Terry Smith started his career with Barclays Bank, became a stockbroker in 1984 with W Greenwell & Co. and subsequently worked at BZW and James Capel. In 1990 he became the head of UK Company Research at UBS Philips & Drew. In 1992 he joined Collins Stewart (subsequently Collins Stewart plc), becoming a director in 1996 and Chief Executive in 2000. When Collins Stewart and Tullett Prebon demerged in December 2006, he became Chief Executive of Tullett Prebon plc. He also became Executive Chairman of Collins Stewart plc, a position which he held until 2009 when he became Deputy Chairman, finally resigning from the Board of Collins Stewart plc ...

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Source: Tullett Prebon on 09/22/2014

 

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