Adam Bradley

Global Head of Sales, Technical & Information Services
Australian Securities Exchange (ASX)

Adam holds global responsibility for the Technical & Information Services sales team at ASX, operator of the
primary Australian Equities & Derivatives markets, and Clearing & Settlement systems. ASX is one of the top 10
global stock exchange groups by market capitalization of A$1.6 trillion. A key component of Adam’s role is lifting
market awareness across the globe of ASX’s industry leading technology infrastructure assets, the Australian
Liquidity Centre (ALC) and ASX Net.

As a senior business leader with almost 20 years’ experience in global sales, Adam has successfully led Domestic
& Global sales teams, managed disparate multinational clients, generating business growth, new sources of
revenue & increased profitability. He is experienced playing key roles within globally matrixed organizations,
delivering value, insight & innovation to clients and his business. Prior to joining the ASX in July 2013 Adam
headed up BT Radianz across Australia & New Zealand, a specialist division of the global A$30 billion
telecommunications giant British Telecom.

ALC – The only purpose built Tier III designed and operated data centre in Australia, created specifically to
support the financial markets community. The design elements which set the ALC apart from generic data
centres were a key requirement from inception, helping create equal access and lower barriers to the markets.
The ALC is home to the primary Australian Equities and Derivatives trading platforms operated by ASX, as well as
alternative trading venues such as the Yieldbroker, National Stock Exchange, and over 100 x financial markets

ASX Net – ASX’s purpose built high availability point to point fibre network, deployed nationally at over 120 x
customer sites, and internationally with Points of Presence in Asia, Europe and North America. Managed and
monitored 24x7 by ASX’s in-house network operation centre located at the ALC, ASX Net is the market leader for
financial markets connectivity.