A.D. Frazier is an American business executive. Frazier served as the Chief Operating Officer for the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games. He has held executive positions with INVESCO, Caremark, Gold Kist, and Danka Business Systems .
Frazier started his career as a lawyer at C&S Bank in Atlanta. He went on to manage the 1977 inauguration of President Jimmy Carter and headed the team reorganizing the White House and Executive Office of the President, also under President Carter. Frazier was also the first chairman of Georgia Public Broadcasting and helped merge two public television stations into one state agency.
After the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Frazier went on to hold the position of President and CEO of INVESCO, a global investment management group. During his career, Frazier has also served as the Chairman and CEO of the Chicago Stock Exchange.
Frazier is the owner and chairman of WolfCreek Broadcasting, a radio broadcasting company in North Georgia. He is also the COO and co-founder of BOTH USA, LLC. He currently serves on the Board of Directors at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, GA.
- Georgia Trend: Olympic Achievements
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- Atlanta Business Chronicle: A.D. Frazier to lead Danka
- Chicago Stock Exchange Names Two Top Executives
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- St. Petersburg Times: Firm wants to reinvent the way we work