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ASA Board Member Inducted into Arkansas Business Hall of Fame

Congratulations to Curt Bradbury, COO of Stephens Inc.


LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Today, the American Securities Association (ASA) applauded Mr. Curt Bradbury, Chief Operating Officer of Stephens Inc., for being inducted into the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame.


The Sam M. Walton College of Business at the University of Arkansas established the Arkansas Business Hall of Fame to honor, preserve and perpetuate the accomplishments of Arkansas business leaders who have brought lasting fame to the state. Each year, a call for nominations is widely distributed to spread the word and encourage people throughout the state and beyond to make nominations. After a rigorous process, the selection committee inducts four accomplished individuals who meet its criteria.

“We are extremely proud to see Curt Bradbury, a founding board member and past Chairman of our organization, receive this well-deserved honor for everything he has achieved throughout his career,” ASA CEO Chris Iacovella said. “Curt has not only taught me a lot professionally, but has also been a true friend and mentor, and I couldn’t be happier for him.”

Mr. Bradbury joins ninety-two esteemed business leaders in Arkansas who have also been inducted into the Hall of Fame. You can find more about Mr. Bradbury here.

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