George Allard

Former Vice President at Bunge North America, Inc.

George Allard

George Allard

Former Vice President at Bunge North America, Inc.

Overview
Career Highlights

Bunge North America, Inc.
Bunge Europe SA
Bunge Latin America LLC

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83

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1

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Vice President-Food & Ingredients Segment at Bunge Europe SA

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General Counsel at Bunge Europe SA

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President at Polish Association of Oil Producers

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Former Chief Executive Officer at Bunge Ltd.

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General Director at Zaklady Tluszczowe Kruszwica SA

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Former Chief Executive Officer, Bunge Europe, Middle East & Africa at Bunge Ltd.

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Secretary & Director-Supervisory Board at Arima Holding SA

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Herbapol-Lublin SA

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Professor-Law & Administration Department at University of Warsaw

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Chief Executive Officer at Polpharma SA

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George Allard
Former Vice President at Bunge North America, Inc.
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Career History
Vice President
2004 - Prior

Bunge North America, Inc. produces and processes oilseeds and edible oil products. Its products and services include AG commodities, food and animal feed ingredients, and bioenergy and industrial products. The firm supplies raw and processed agricultural commodities and specialized food ingredients to customers in the animal feed, food processor, foodservice and bakery industries. The company was founded in 1923 and is headquartered in St. Louis, MO.

Chief Financial Officer
2015 - Prior

Bunge Europe SA, part of Bunge Ltd., is a company headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, that produces and sells food ingredients and products. Tommy Jensen has been the CEO of the firm since 2005.

Chief Financial Officer
Prior

Bunge Latin America LLC, a subsidiary of Bunge Ltd., is an American company located in Miami, FL. The firm buys and markets grains, dry beans, soybeans and inedible beans.

Boards & Committees
Member-Supervisory Board
Current

Zaklady Tluszczowe Kruszwica SA engages in the process, manufacture, and trade of oil seeds, vegetable oils, margarines, and edible fats. It operates through the following segments: Mass Products and Food Products. The Mass Product segment purchases and processes rapeseed, crude, and refined oils. The Food Products segment comprises the purchase of agri segment of refined oils purchased from third parties for sale to third parties which includes refined and bottled oils, consumer and professional margarines and confectionary fats. The company was founded on December 15, 1995 and is headquartered in Kruszwica, Poland.