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Marc P. Tellier ,  President and CEO of Yellow Pages Group, Canadaís largest directories publisher. He was previously President and CEO of Bell ActiMedia, a company acquired through the most important leveraged buyout in Canadian history. As head of Yellow Pages Group, Mr. Tellier completed the largest-ever initial public offering in the income trust sector in Canada in 2003. He also led the $2.55B acquisition of Advertising Directory Solutions Inc. in 2005. <br />
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Prior to his current position, Mr. Tellier was an officer of Bell Canada and served as Senior Vice President - Partnership Development. He was responsible for the launch of the first telco commercial high-speed Internet service in North America. He also served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Sympatico-Lycos.<br />
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Marc P. Tellier began his career at Bell Canada in 1990 after graduating from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor's degree in Economics. In less than a decade, he has become a key player in the expansion and transformation of the Canadian communications and media industries.<br />
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In 2000, Mr. Tellier was honoured for his leadership, vision, innovation, achievements and impact by being named one of Canada's Top Forty under Fortyô. Mr. Tellier is a member of the board of directors of National Bank of Canada and of the Yellow Pages Association (YPA). He is also a member of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives. Mr. Tellier is involved in several fund raising campaigns in the Greater Montreal Area. <br />
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Marc lives in Montreal with his wife RenÈe and their three children.<br />
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Photo : Delphine Descapmps / (c) Images Distribution
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Marc P. Tellier , President and CEO of Yellow Pages Group, Canadaís largest directories publisher. He was previously President and CEO of Bell ActiMedia, a company acquired through the most important leveraged buyout in Canadian history. As head of Yellow Pages Group, Mr. Tellier completed the largest-ever initial public offering in the income trust sector in Canada in 2003. He also led the $2.55B acquisition of Advertising Directory Solutions Inc. in 2005.

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