Bremer, L. Paul III - from United States
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Diplomat. He is best known for leading the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA), following the 2003 invasion of Iraq by the United States, from May 2003 until June 2004.
Bremer retired from the Foreign Service in 1989 and became managing director at Kissinger and Associates, a worldwide consulting firm founded by Henry Kissinger. A Career Member of the Senior Foreign Service, Class of Career Minister, Bremer received the State Department Superior Honor Award, two Presidential Meritorious Service Awards, and the Distinguished Honor Award from the Secretary of State. Before rejoining government in 2003, he was chairman and CEO of Marsh Crisis Consulting, a risk and insurance services firm which is a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies.
Coalition Provisional Authority Director of Reconstruction (11-May-2003 to 28-Jun-2004)
Marsh & McLennan Chairman & CEO, Marsh Crisis Consulting Company (2001-03)
Kissinger Associates Managing Director (1989-2000)
US Coordinator for Counterterrorism (1986-89)
US Ambassador to the Netherlands (1983-86)
US Executive Secretary of State (1979-83)
US State Department Deputy Chief of Mission, Oslo, Norway (1976-79)
US State Department various offices, eventually Executive Assistant to the Secretary of State (1971-76)
US State Department Economic-Political Officer, Blantyre, Malawi (1968-71)
Member of the Board of Air Products and Chemicals (1990s)
Member of the Board of Akzo Nobel
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