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Bradley Hong, Executive Vice President

Of Korean descent, Bradley was educated in the United States where he attended Harvard University in the study of business and the University of Southern California in the study of Cinema. Passionate about the cinema and business, Bradley began his career in the entertainment business working for some of the top producers in the industry such as Mario Kassar (RAMBO and TERMINATOR), Bob Cooper (President of Columbia/Tristar Pictures and President of DreamWorks) and Gary Lucchessi (President of Paramount). In 1999, Bradley went to work for Steven Spielberg at DreamWorks SKG in their feature film division. While there, he work on such projects as The Last Castle with Robert Redford, The Tuxedo with Jackie Chan, Road Trip, The Ring and Gladiator.

Bradley has also worked as a consultant for film companies creating structured financing vehicles. Bradley has led both strategy and operations engagements in a wide array of industries, including technology and telecommunications products and services, consumer products and services, financial services and healthcare, among others. Bradley has taken a leading role in the technology and telecommunications practice area. Within the technology area, Bradley has worked with leading companies across the full spectrum of technologies, including packaged and enterprise software, semiconductors, telecommunications services, computers and networking equipment and IT services. His technology practice engagements typically include the development of corporate and growth strategies, M&A strategies and merger integration, new product campaigns, marketing strategies and turnarounds. Bradley has also served as a leading member of Dain’s private equity group, leading both transaction due diligence and portfolio company strategy engagements in concert with some of the most successful LBO and VC funds in the industry today. Leveraging his finance background, Bradley has led numerous engagements focusing almost wholly on both existing and emerging technology spaces.