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Biography of Mr Stephen Bradley

Mr Stephen Bradley, British Consul-General in Hong Kong, graduated from Balliol College, Oxford University in 1980. After graduation, Consul-General Bradley spent a year at Fudan University in Shanghai and joined the Afghan/Pakistan Desk, South Asia Department of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) in 1981. Over the years, Consul-General Bradley has been Second Secretary, Economic, later First Secretary, Chancery in Tokyo (1983-1987); on special unpaid leave as Marketing Director of Guinness Peat Aviation in Hong Kong (1987-1988); on loan to the Hong Kong Government as Deputy Political Adviser (1988-1993); on special unpaid leave to Lloyd George Investment management in Hong Kong as Associate Director (1993-1995); French Desk, Western European Department of FCO (1995); Head of West Indian Atlantic Department of FCO (1996-1997); on loan to New Millennium Experience Company (1998-1999); Director of Trade & Investment Promotion in Paris (1999-2002); Minister, Deputy Head of Mission & Consul-General in Beijing (2002).

Consul-General Bradley was born in 1958. He is married to Elizabeth and they have two children.