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Adrian DouglasGATA Board of Directors member Adrian Douglas, whose statistical research documented gold and silver market rigging and whose testimony to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission in March 2010 pushed the issue onto the national stage, died in January 2013 at home in Arizona after heroically battling cancer for almost two years.

Douglas' contributions in support of fair and transparent markets and limited and accountable government were profound and perhaps best exemplified by these reports posted at GATA's Internet site and his own, MarketForceAnalysis.com

 

Adrian Douglas graduated from Cambridge University, England, in 1980 in Natural Sciences then worked for 20 years in the Oil & Gas Industry with Schlumberger reaching a senior management position in Marketing and Sales. Adrian is known for having established a highly successful consultancy business specializing in pricing and marketing called InnovoMark, or Innovative Marketing, during which he developed methodologies related to pricing and marketing which have since been incorporated into various proprietary training programs.

He was chairman of The Grand Canyon State Fencing Foundation.

 

 

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