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R. Bradford Evans

R. Bradford Evans ’70
Senior Advisor, Morgan Stanley, New York

Brad Evans is a managing director of Morgan Stanley and a vice chairman of the firm’s investment banking department. He joined Morgan Stanley in 1970, became a vice president in 1976 and was elected a managing director in 1979.

During his career he has served as cohead of Morgan Stanley’s mergers and acquisitions department and has also been head of the firm’s European investment banking business, based in London.

Mr. Evans received a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth in 1964. Following his graduation he served four years as an officer in the United States Navy. He received an MBA from Columbia Business School in 1970. Mr. Evans is a member of the board of trustees of Dartmouth College.

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