Ray Bradbury is president, Risk Management, for ADM’s Corn business unit.

In this role, he manages the risk positions of Corn’s locations in North America, Asia, and EMEA, and is directly responsible for the U.S. corn procurement and co-product businesses. In addition, he oversees ADM’s global economic research function and North American biodiesel merchandising.

Previously, Bradbury served as president of the company’s North American Oils business, with oversight of its North American refineries, its oils portfolio, and biodiesel merchandising.

Bradbury brought more than 20 years of international commodity and futures trading experience in the Canadian grain industry to ADM when he joined ADM in 2004. He holds a bachelor’s degree in agriculture from the University of Manitoba and serves on the board of American Fats & Oils.

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