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Adrian Derek Davis

 

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Adrian Derek Davis
Former Governor of Montserrat

Adrian Derek Davis is a British economist and civil servant, and was Governor of Montserrat from 2011 to 2015.

Career

Since 1989 he has worked for the Department for International Development, and before that its predecessor, the Overseas Development Administration.

In March 2010, he was appointed Governor of Montserrat, replacing Peter Andrew Waterworth who was retiring from the diplomatic service. Davis was sworn in as Governor on 8 April 2011. His previous postings have been in Bangladesh, Thailand, Egypt, the Philippines, and China.

Personal life

Davis is married with two grown up children, one living in Geneva and the other in Hong Kong.

Sources
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrian_Davis_(governor)
https://www.gov.uk/government/people/adrian-davis
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Adrian Davis
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Occupation Diplomat, Economist
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Notable Accomplishments
Governor of Montserrat: 8 April 2011 - 8 July 2015
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