M. Ron Wahid, Chairman, Arcanum Global

M. Ron Wahid

Chairman

Mr. Ron Wahid is the Founder and Chairman of Arcanum. Mr. Wahid is an industry leader in the fields of international business, finance and intelligence. He acts as a key strategic advisor to heads of state and government on geopolitical and international security issues.

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M. Ron Wahid, Chairman, Arcanum Global
M. Ron Wahid
Chairman
Mr. Ron Wahid is the Founder and Chairman of Arcanum. Mr. Wahid is an industry leader in the fields of international business, finance and intelligence. He acts as a key strategic advisor to heads of state and government on geopolitical and international security issues. In the private sector, he has been the lead advisor to oil supermajors and multinational corporations.

With more than 25 years of experience in international transactions, Mr. Wahid’s career has spanned the globe and several industries. In the public sector, he frequently conducts negotiations and mediates discussions at the head of state, head of government and cabinet level and with the military and intelligence leadership of countries across Europe, former Soviet Union (FSU), the Middle East and South and Southeast Asia.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Wahid worked in the U.S. Senate as a professional staff member on matters related to foreign policy, defense and national security affairs. He was an advisor to the Bush-Cheney Transition team. He previously served as a policy analyst on arms control.

Mr. Wahid’s opinions and editorials on foreign policy and national security are frequently published in the world’s leading publications (The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy Magazine, The Atlantic’s Defense One, Politico, The Hill and The Washington Times). He has frequently lectured on issues of national security and terrorism financing at various institutions including the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, National Defense University, as well as governmental organizations and think tanks. He has also appeared on Bloomberg TV Reports as well as on CNBC’s Worldwide Exchange program, lending his expertise on international security and related matters.
Keith Bristow, Vice Chairman, Arcanum Global

Keith Bristow

Vice Chairman

Mr. Keith Bristow is Vice Chairman of Arcanum. In this senior leadership role, Mr. Bristow provides leadership at a strategic level and acts as a key decision-maker within the organization, contributing to the development and implementation of the vision for the future of Arcanum.

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Keith Bristow, Vice Chairman, Arcanum Global
Keith Bristow
Vice Chairman
Mr. Keith Bristow is Vice Chairman of Arcanum. In this senior leadership role, Mr. Bristow provides leadership at a strategic level and acts as a key decision-maker within the organization, contributing to the development and implementation of the vision for the future of Arcanum.

Mr. Bristow joined Arcanum immediately after his tenure with the U.K. government as the first Director General of the National Crime Agency (NCA), the body charged with leading the U.K.’s fight to cut serious and organized crime.

In addition to his role with Arcanum, Mr. Bristow holds a number of advisory and non-executive positions with large corporations and international law enforcement agencies.

From 2006 to 2015, Mr. Bristow chaired the G8 Law Enforcement Group, improving international coordination and cooperation. In 2014 and 2015, he chaired the Five Eyes Law Enforcement Group, a partnership between the U.K., U.S., Australia, Canada and New Zealand, which seeks to reduce the international threat and impact of organized crime.

As an influential voice on contemporary law enforcement issues, Mr. Bristow has a substantial record of keynote addresses both domestically and internationally. Of special note, in 2012, he delivered the James Smart lecture “Joined up public protection” and in 2014 the Police Foundation lecture “Policing with consent in the digital age”.

Mr. Bristow graduated from the European Top Senior Police Officer Programme and holds a Masters Degree in Organizational Development, a postgraduate diploma in Management Studies and a diploma in Applied Criminology from the University of Cambridge.

Mr. Bristow has been commended on several occasions for bravery, leadership and investigative skill, and has received a number of professional awards including most recently the FBI Director’s Medallion. In June 2008, Her Majesty the Queen honored Mr. Bristow with the Queen’s Police Medal for distinguished police service in her Birthday Honours List.
Dr. Steven P. Adragna, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Integrated Solutions, Arcanum Global

Dr. Steven P. Adragna

Senior Vice President & General Manager, Integrated Solutions

Dr. Steven Adragna actively drives client engagement for Arcanum’s Integrated Solutions Group, which provides integrated and customized solutions for sovereign nations and large multinational companies.

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Dr. Steven P. Adragna, Senior Vice President & General Manager, Integrated Solutions, Arcanum Global
Dr. Steven P. Adragna
Senior Vice President & General Manager, Integrated Solutions
Dr. Steven Adragna actively drives client engagement for Arcanum’s Integrated Solutions Group, which provides integrated and customized solutions for sovereign nations and large multinational companies. As a member of the Company’s Executive Leadership Team, he participates in the formation, implementation and execution of long-term corporate strategy, strategic business development, mergers & acquisitions and governance.

Dr. Adragna has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of intelligence and security, across both the public and private sectors, and almost 15 years at the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), where he held a variety of positions. Most notably, he emerged as a key player at the nexus of operations and intelligence in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks, where he successfully managed a number of critical programs and for which he was personally commended by the Joint Staff Director of Operations.

Previously, Dr. Adragna held other positions at the DIA including Assistant Defense Intelligence Officer for Russia and Eurasia, Information Warfare Support Officer and Program Manager of a department-wide electronic warfare program (for which he received the DIA’s highest civilian award for a special act of service), Functional Manager for Intelligence Management and senior analyst in the Regional Assessments Office.

In the private sector, Dr. Adragna has held senior-level and executive management positions with several large multinationals and Fortune 500 companies. Among these, he was Vice President and Chief of the Intelligence and Special Activities Directorate of MPRI, an L-3 division with annual revenue in excess of $1 billion. He held similar senior management roles with ManTech International, TriStar Engineering and HawkEye Systems.
Eitan Arusy, Vice President, Intelligence & Research, Arcanum Global

Eitan Arusy

Vice President, Intelligence & Research

Mr. Eitan Arusy is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Intelligence collection and fusion at Arcanum.

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Eitan Arusy, Vice President, Intelligence & Research, Arcanum Global
Eitan Arusy
Vice President, Intelligence & Research
Mr. Eitan Arusy is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Intelligence collection and fusion at Arcanum. A career Intelligence Officer, Mr. Arusy joined Arcanum in 2008.

Prior to joining the company, Mr. Arusy was at the New York County District Attorney’s Office (DANY), where he was the Head of Intelligence Analysis for Investigation Division Central. In this role he led investigations targeting terrorism financing, money laundering and international banking fraud. Mr. Arusy has extensive experience in financial crimes enforcement, sanctions enforcement, anti-money laundering investigations and terrorism financing. He has worked closely with the intelligence and law enforcement communities in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East on these matters.

Mr. Arusy has also conducted investigations in conjunction with foreign governments, individuals and multinational corporations to uncover and prosecute large-scale fraud and thefts. He directed the analysis and coordination of Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs), Currency Transactions Reports (CTRs) and Financial Crime Enforcement Network (FINCEN) products to collect intelligence data for such investigations. During his tenure at DANY he worked with U.S. Federal Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies as well as with foreign governments and served as an expert witness in several landmark cases for the government.

Prior to his position with DANY, Mr. Arusy was an Intelligence Officer in the Israeli Defence Forces. In this role he was responsible for collecting and analyzing intelligence material including terrorism financing and money laundering. His responsibilities also included analysis of intelligence data and developing inclusions for operational purposes.
John David Baycroft (MBE, CGC), Vice President, Special Projects, Arcanum Global

John David Baycroft (MBE, CGC)

Vice President, Special Projects

Mr. John David Baycroft (MBE, CGC) is responsible for designing and delivering strategic risk management solutions and critical intelligence operations.

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John David Baycroft (MBE, CGC), Vice President, Special Projects, Arcanum Global
John David Baycroft (MBE, CGC)
Vice President, Special Projects
Mr. John David Baycroft (MBE, CGC) is responsible for designing and delivering strategic risk management solutions and critical intelligence operations. He also plays a key leadership role in the Integrated Solutions group, which provides integrated and customized solutions to sovereign nations and large multinational companies.

Mr. Baycroft came to Arcanum with a wealth of risk management experience as a chartered professional, and over 24 years of military service with extensive experience in the United Kingdom Special Forces (UKSF) Group. He served with distinction within the 22nd Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment becoming one of its most decorated servicemen to date. At the 22nd SAS Regiment he planned, coordinated and conducted the full spectrum of operations, which included War Fighting, Hostage Negotiation, Hostage Rescue, Counter Terrorism, Counter Narcotics, Covert Surveillance, Covert Interdiction, Intelligence Gathering and Peace Making operations in some of the world’s most austere environments. He received a Member of British Empire (MBE), a Conspicuous Gallantry Cross (CGC) and the Queens Commendation for Bravery (QCB) from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in recognition of gallantry and distinguished specialist services whilst at the 22nd SAS Regiment.

After leaving the 22nd SAS Regiment, Mr. Baycroft held a Senior Partner position within a large U.K. Financial Services Group for a subsidiary of a U.K. private security company, where he developed business opportunities across Europe, the Middle and Far East, Africa, Central and Latin America. In addition, he held the responsibility and accountability of supporting trade, investment, merger and acquisitions opportunities for the wider Group.

Mr. Baycroft was also the Global Security Manager of Talisman Energy Inc., where he lead on all aspects of above surface risk management, and managed issues such as new market entry processes, liaison with the public security forces, emergency response, post-incident action and investigation in 18 separate countries, 10 of which were high threat environments.

Mr. Baycroft provided strategic business solutions and designed policies to manage identified business risks across the Americas, the Middle and Far East, Central Asia and Africa for both the public sector and multinational companies. He also led high value asset recovery and fraud investigations to support global litigation processes.

 
Admiral Dennis C. Blair, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global

Admiral Dennis C. Blair

Senior Advisor to the Chairman

Admiral Dennis Blair comes to Arcanum having overseen 16 intelligence agencies as the senior-most U.S. Intelligence official, the Director of National Intelligence.

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Admiral Dennis C. Blair, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global
Admiral Dennis C. Blair
Senior Advisor to the Chairman
Admiral Dennis Blair comes to Arcanum having overseen 16 intelligence agencies as the senior-most U.S. Intelligence official, the Director of National Intelligence. He has had a long and distinguished career in the U.S. Military, including as the Commander in Chief U.S. Pacific Command (CINCPAC). He is a renowned expert on Asia Pacific policy and issues.

Admiral Blair spent 34 years in the Navy, culminating in his position as Commander in Chief of the U.S. Pacific Command (CINCPAC), the largest of the combatant commands. Previously, Admiral Blair was Director of the Joint Staff in the Office of the Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff, and was seconded to the National Security Council, under Presidents Carter and Reagan.

Admiral Blair was the first Associate Director for Military Support at the Central Intelligence Agency.

After retiring from the Navy in 2002, Admiral Blair became president and CEO of the Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA), a Pentagon-funded research and development center which supports the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security and the Intelligence community.

Admiral Blair has served as director of both public and private corporations, including Tyco International, EDO Corporation (now incorporated into L-3 Inc.) and Iridium LLC (now a public corporation).

He currently presides on the boards of Freedom House, the National Bureau of Asian Research and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.

Admiral Blair has been awarded four Defense Distinguished Service Medals, three National Intelligence Distinguished Service medals, and has received decorations from the governments of Japan, Thailand, Korea, Australia, the Philippines and Taiwan.
James Clad, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global

James Clad

Senior Advisor to the Chairman

Mr. James Clad is a former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and in addition to his role at Arcanum, he currently also serves as Senior Advisor to Asia at the Center for Naval Analysis.

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James Clad, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global
James Clad
Senior Advisor to the Chairman
Mr. James Clad is a former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, and in addition to his role at Arcanum, he currently also serves as Senior Advisor for Asia at the Center for Naval Analysis.

Mr. Clad comes to Arcanum with 25 years of senior defense and foreign policy formulation and implementation experience, as well as energy consulting, from broad policy to specific outcomes. He was previously with the National Defense University in Washington, DC, where he mentored defense and security officials from the Maghreb to the Near East, Turkey, the Gulf and South Asia.

During the course of his career, Mr. Clad has held various advisory positions in the U.S. Intelligence Community. As U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs from 2007 to 2009, Mr. Clad crafted defense and security policy in Asia and Australasia, coordinating combatant command relationships for over 25 Asian countries. He negotiated armed services support and logistic agreements with India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka, and led Ballistic Missile Defense (BMD) negotiations with several major countries.

From 2003 to 2004, Mr. Clad was a National Security Detailee in Iraq. Prior to that he was Senior Counselor at the U.S. Agency for International Development, developing foreign assistance policy for a $15 billion annual aid budget and working to harmonize this with Australian, British, German and Japanese funding for Afghanistan, Indonesia, Iraq, Pakistan and Sudan. From 1997 to 2002, Mr. Clad was Director for Asia-Pacific Energy at Cambridge Research Associates, where he briefed clientele on Asia Pacific energy and risk issues including evolution, personnel and direction of national oil companies. This coincided with a Luce Foundation professorship of South and Southeast Asian Studies, at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.

Mr. Clad received his Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Auckland, and his undergraduate degree from Victoria University of Wellington. He was also the recipient of the Alistair Horne Visiting Fellowship at St. Antony's College, Oxford from 1988 to 1989.
Steven J. Cuevas, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Arcanum Global

Steven J. Cuevas

Executive Vice President & General Counsel

Mr. Steven Cuevas is a key member of the management team and he is responsible for overseeing all legal, compliance, deal structuring, regulatory and policy matters for the Group, as well as managing the structuring of all global transactions.

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Steven J. Cuevas, Executive Vice President & General Counsel, Arcanum Global
Steven J. Cuevas
Executive Vice President & General Counsel
Mr. Steven Cuevas is a key member of the management team and he is responsible for overseeing all legal, compliance, deal structuring, regulatory and policy matters for the Group, as well as managing the structuring of all global transactions. He brings extensive expertise and experience in legal, management, transactional and regulatory functions.

From 2009 to 2017 he was General Counsel and Vice President of the North American arm of the French utility giant AREVA , the largest supplier of nuclear and renewables technology products and services in the world. In that capacity he was responsible for the global restructuring of AREVA, and as a member of the executive committee, oversaw all strategy and management for the company and its subsidiaries. His role also included managing all legal, compliance and risk related aspects of U.S. operations and U.S.-based global transactions.

Mr. Cuevas was instrumental in taking group revenue growth from $400 million to nearly $1 billion annually for the U.S.-based subsidiary of AREVA. Mr. Cuevas began his career at AREVA in 2009 as Director of Business Development for Strategic Initiatives. In this role, he developed the corporate business plan for the North American market, developed requirements for annual sales to justify capital investment in the market, identified potential supply chain partners and areas of supply needs, developed the opportunity pipeline and assessed overall market viability.

Prior to working at AREVA, in 2003 Mr. Cuevas was appointed by the Administration of George W. Bush as a senior official at the Department of Energy (DOE), where he spearheaded the creation and management of a new program that reviewed the national security implications of foreign investment. After being promoted to Director of Investment Security at the DOE, Mr. Cuevas created and mobilized the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS), enabling the DOE to meet national security requirements created by the Foreign Investment and National Security Act.

In the private sector, prior to his appointment at the DOE, Mr. Cuevas worked as counsel at Safeco Corporation, a U.S. national insurance company, and in the entertainment industry, at Miramar Productions and Atomfilms.com/Shockwave.com Inc.
Brigadier General Joseph B. DiBartolomeo, Vice President, Special Operations & Irregular Warfare, Arcanum Global

Brigadier General Joseph B. DiBartolomeo

Vice President, Special Operations & Irregular Warfare

Brigadier General Joseph DiBartolomeo advises Arcanum’s clients on counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency, military security, planning and development, military doctrine development and special operations training.

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Brigadier General Joseph B. DiBartolomeo, Vice President, Special Operations & Irregular Warfare, Arcanum Global
Brigadier General Joseph B. DiBartolomeo
Vice President, Special Operations & Irregular Warfare
Brigadier General Joseph DiBartolomeo advises Arcanum’s clients on counter-terrorism, counter-insurgency, military security, planning and development, military doctrine development and special operations training. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience from his distinguished career in the military.

Prior to joining Arcanum in 2012, he was the Deputy Commanding General of the U.S. Army’s Special Forces Command.

Brigadier General DiBartolomeo has 36 years of experience in the military, where he served in several high-level positions, including Commander of the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Deputy for the Office of the Defense Representative for Pakistan. Following his departure from the military, he served as the special advisor to the Director of CTTSO (Countering Terrorism Technology Support Office) of ASD/SOLIC (Assistant Secretary of Defense/Special Operations and Low Intensity Conflict).

He has also been the recipient of a number of awards and decorations in recognition of his outstanding service to the U.S. Army, including the Legion of Merit, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal and the Humanitarian Service Medal.
Andreas Economides, Executive Vice President & Group Chief Financial Officer, Arcanum Global

Andreas Economides

Executive Vice President & Group Chief Financial Officer

Mr. Andreas Economides develops financial and tax strategies, participating in key operational decisions with the executive leadership team and leading the regulatory compliance function.

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Andreas Economides, Executive Vice President & Group Chief Financial Officer, Arcanum Global
Andreas Economides
Executive Vice President & Group Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Andreas Economides is accountable for all finance, treasury and tax planning areas of the Group. He develops financial and tax strategies, participating in key operational decisions with the executive leadership team and leading the regulatory compliance function.

Mr. Economides has two decades of experience in executive leadership roles, including having served in several senior executive positions in Itaú Unibanco Group, the largest financial conglomerate in the Southern Hemisphere.

Prior to joining RJI Capital, Mr. Economides held the position of Managing Director for both Itaú Bank and Trust Cayman Ltd. In this role, he headed the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of the corporate entities, and was also responsible for developing growth-focused business strategies, service offerings and administrative systems. He also managed the relationship between the Itaú Unibanco Group and regulatory authorities.

Prior to this position, Mr. Economides was Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Banco Itaú Europa Luxembourg S.A., where he was responsible for the organization’s overall performance and financial position.

Before joining Itaú, Mr. Economides held leadership positions at the Dutch Banking group ABN-AMRO, serving as Chief Risk Officer (CRO) of ABN-Amro Luxembourg S.A., and Chief Operating Officer of ABN-AMRO Asset Management in Brazil.
FIELD MARSHAL CHARLES Roland Llewelyn GUTHRIE, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global

FIELD MARSHAL CHARLES Roland Llewelyn GUTHRIE

Senior Advisor to the Chairman

Field Marshal Charles Ronald Llewelyn Guthrie, Baron Guthrie of Craigiebank, GCB, LVO, OBE, DL, former Chief of the Defence Staff, comes to Arcanum having served as the leading figure in the U.K.’s military.

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FIELD MARSHAL CHARLES Roland Llewelyn GUTHRIE, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global
FIELD MARSHAL CHARLES Roland Llewelyn GUTHRIE
Senior Advisor to the Chairman
Field Marshal Charles Ronald Llewelyn Guthrie, Baron Guthrie of Craigiebank, GCB, LVO, OBE, DL, former Chief of the Defence Staff, comes to Arcanum having served as the leading figure in the U.K.’s military. Field Marshal Guthrie provided leadership and direction to the U.K.’s Armed Forces over his long and distinguished career, first with the Welsh Guards in Germany and Northern Ireland, and then with the SAS in the Middle East, Malaysia and East Africa. He was also involved in the NATO Partnership for Peace after the fall of the Berlin Wall, which advised former Soviet satellites such as Poland, Hungary and the Baltic States how to restructure their forces to cooperate with NATO. This culminated in his appointment as Chief of General Staff, and later, his appointment as Chief of Defence Staff.

Lord Guthrie has held a number of senior staff appointments in the Army, including as Commander of the 1st British Corps, the Northern Army Group and the British Army of the Rhine (from 1992 to 1994), before becoming the Chief of the General Staff (from 1994 to 1997) and Chief of the Defense Staff (from 1997 to 2001). He served for ten years as Colonel Commandant of the Intelligence Corps and he was Colonel Commandant of the SAS from 2001 to 2010. He is currently Colonel of the Life Guards, Gold Stick to Her Majesty the Queen.

Since he left the Active List, he has been a Director of NM Rothschild and Sons from 2001 to 2011 and a Director of Sciens Capital, Colt Defense, Petropavlovsk and Gulf Keystone Petroleum in Kurdistan; a Council Member of the International Institute of Strategic Studies; a Visiting Professor and Honorary Fellow of King’s College London University; and Chairman of the Trustees of the Liddell Hart Centre for Military Archives at King’s College London.

He is Chairman of the Hospital of St. John and St. Elizabeth and St. John’s Hospice, Action Medical Research and the Federation of London Youth Clubs. He is Chancellor of Liverpool Hope University. Lord Guthrie is a Crossbench Peer.
Hon. John Hannah, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global

Hon. John Hannah

Senior Advisor to the Chairman

Honorable John Hannah was Vice President Cheney’s National Security Advisor and headed his Office of National Security Affairs.

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Hon. John Hannah, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global
Hon. John Hannah
Senior Advisor to the Chairman
Honorable John Hannah was Vice President Cheney’s National Security Advisor and headed his Office of National Security Affairs. During President Bush’s first term, he served as the Vice President’s Deputy National Security Advisor for Middle East Affairs.

During the Presidency of William J. Clinton, Mr. Hannah served as Senior Advisor to Secretary of State Warren Christopher, focusing on the Middle East, the Balkans and Russia, as well as the former Soviet Union. He also served in the administration of George H. W. Bush as a member of Secretary of State James A. Baker’s Policy Planning Staff, where he worked extensively on the collapse of the former Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact.

Outside of government, Mr. Hannah has also practiced law, specializing in international dispute resolution. He was also Deputy Director at The Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

Mr. Hannah, a Senior Fellow at The Foundation for Defense of Democracies, often writes and speaks on U.S. foreign policy. His articles have been published in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and Foreign Policy Magazine.
Calvin R. Humphrey, Executive Vice President & Chief of Staff, Arcanum Global

Calvin R. Humphrey

Executive Vice President & Chief of Staff

Mr. Calvin Humphrey has the primary responsibility of overseeing large international projects and implementing strategy at Arcanum.

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Calvin R. Humphrey, Executive Vice President & Chief of Staff, Arcanum Global
Calvin R. Humphrey
Executive Vice President & Chief of Staff
Mr. Calvin Humphrey has the primary responsibility of overseeing large international projects and implementing strategy at Arcanum. Mr. Humphrey also provides executive oversight on staffing, program details and communications during projects, thus bringing effectiveness to the flow of work. He joined Arcanum’s sister company RJI Capital in 2004, and has held senior management positions in the Company’s London and Washington, DC offices.

Prior to joining the Company, Mr. Humphrey had a distinguished career in the U.S. Intelligence Community culminating in several senior leadership functions. He was the Staff Director of the Committee on Homeland Security in the U.S. House of Representatives where he was responsible for developing strategies and policies to protect the U.S. against terrorist attacks, prioritizing risks through cost benefit analysis and managing investments in critical infrastructure protection across all sectors, including both domestic and international land, air and sea transportation.

In 1998, Mr. Humphrey was appointed by President Bill Clinton to serve as the Acting Assistant Secretary and Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Office of International Affairs. In this role, Mr. Humphrey developed and led the Department’s efforts to establish energy partnerships with Africa, South Asia and Southeast Asia. He was also charged with the responsibility of developing and implementing the DOE’s international programs, policies and activities relating to international energy security issues and international technology cooperation.

Prior to his service at the DOE, Mr. Humphrey was the Senior Counsel for the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. House of Representatives, for 13 years. Mr. Humphrey distinguished himself on the Committee through his focus on counter-terrorism, counter-narcotics and the enhancement of human intelligence capabilities.

In recognition of his distinguished service for the U.S. Intelligence Community, Mr. Humphrey was awarded the Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) Agency Seal Medallion and the National Security Agency’s (NSA) Trailblazer Award.
Bradford Laughlin, Esq., Vice President, Corporate Governance, Human Resources & IT<br />
, Arcanum Global

Bradford Laughlin, Esq.

Vice President, Corporate Governance, Human Resources & IT

Mr. Bradford Laughlin’s primary responsibility is to provide support to the litigation team and to assist in all transactional, compliance and corporate governance matters.

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Bradford Laughlin, Esq., Vice President, Corporate Governance, Human Resources & IT<br />
, Arcanum Global
Bradford Laughlin, Esq.
Vice President, Corporate Governance, Human Resources & IT
Mr. Bradford Laughlin’s primary responsibility is to provide support to the litigation team and to assist in all transactional, compliance and corporate governance matters. In addition, he is responsible for the Group-wide human resources, office and facilities management across all offices, and the management and implementation of the IT infrastructure.

Mr. Laughlin joined the Company in 2009 as Senior Counsel and has since been a key member of the Company’s senior executive team. Prior to that, Mr. Laughlin was an attorney at Magister & Partners in the firm’s Astana, Kazakhstan office. He was part of a team that represented the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan in a number of complex litigation matters involving BTA Bank, and advised private sector clients on in-country corporate and regulatory compliance.

Prior to his position at Magister & Partners, Mr. Laughlin served as Senior Policy Advisor to the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Energy for Policy and International Affairs. In this capacity, he was responsible for monitoring international political, economic, and strategic developments as well as advising senior leadership before international summits. Earlier in his career, Mr. Laughlin worked at the Committee on Oversight and Investigations at the U.S. House of Representatives. He reported directly to the Committee’s Chief Counsel and assisted in conducting legal research, document review and deposition preparation.

Mr. Laughlin received his JD as well as an advanced Certificate in Comparative and International Law from the Catholic University of America. He received his undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University.
Dr. Bruno Seemann, Vice President, <br />
Legal & Corporate Affairs, Arcanum Global

Dr. Bruno Seemann

Vice President,
Legal & Corporate Affairs

Dr. Bruno Seemann plays a pivotal role in overseeing and structuring corporate transactions and M&A activities for the Company and its clientele.

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Dr. Bruno Seemann, Vice President, <br />
Legal & Corporate Affairs, Arcanum Global
Dr. Bruno Seemann
Vice President,
Legal & Corporate Affairs
Dr. Bruno Seemann plays a pivotal role in overseeing and structuring corporate transactions and M&A activities for the Company and its clientele.

Dr. Seemann has more than 20 years of experience in the legal field, with extensive expertise in the areas of banking, capital markets, mergers and acquisitions, international commercial transactions, corporate structuring, venture capital and entertainment law.

Previously, he worked for Landmann Law Offices in Zurich, where he was a litigator for cases on white collar and financial crimes.

Prior to his time at Landmann Law Offices, Dr. Seemann was CEO and Producer at Kontraproduktion/Ronin Entertainment AG, where he produced several international feature films and television series. While there, he was also a partner and lawyer at Seemann Forster & Partners AG, focusing on M&A, international transactions and advising high net worth individuals.

Dr. Seemann received his undergraduate and law degree from the University of Zurich and subsequently received his LLM from Harvard Law School.
General Anthony Zinni, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global

General Anthony Zinni

Senior Advisor to the Chairman

General Anthony Zinni comes to Arcanum with almost 40 years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps, as well as several years of experience in the fields of diplomacy, industry and academia.

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General Anthony Zinni, Senior Advisor to the Chairman, Arcanum Global
General Anthony Zinni
Senior Advisor to the Chairman
General Anthony Zinni comes to Arcanum with almost 40 years of service in the U.S. Marine Corps, as well as several years of experience in the fields of diplomacy, industry and academia. The retired four-star General was Commander of the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) and Special Envoy for the U.S. to Israel and the Palestinian Authority. General Zinni’s distinguished military career has taken him to more than 70 countries and included numerous command assignments at the platoon, company, battalion, regimental, Marine expeditionary unit, and Marine expeditionary force command levels. His joint assignments included command of a joint task force and a unified command.

Over the course of his military service career, General Zinni earned 23 personal awards and 37 unit, service and campaign awards, including the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, the Navy Distinguished Service Medal, the Defense Superior Service Medal, the Bronze Star with Combat “V” device and the Purple Heart.

Since his retirement from the United States Marine Corps, General Zinni has continued to serve his country in numerous diplomatic positions, to include the U.S. Peace Envoy in the Middle East and the Special Envoy to the Henri Dunant Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (an Indonesian, Filipino and Sudanese peace effort), and in missions to Pakistan, Somalia, Eritrea and Ethiopia.

General Zinni serves on the boards of several corporations, universities and other organizations. He has been President, CEO and Chairman of the Board of BAE Systems, Inc., where he remains a board member. He has also served as a board member of DynCorp International before being appointed Executive Vice President within that organization. Since 2011, he has been a member of the board of the Peace Research Endowment. He is also Honorary Chairman of The Middle East Institute.

General Zinni has participated in numerous environmental security, defense, diplomacy and leadership studies and has authored best sellers Battle Ready and The Battle for Peace. His most recent book, Leading the Charge, was published in August 2009. He has held academic positions that include the Stanley Chair in Ethics at the Virginia Military Institute; the Nimitz Chair at the University of California, Berkeley; the Hofheimer Chair at the Joint Forces Staff College; and the Harriman Professorship of Government at the Reves Center for International Studies at the College of William and Mary. He is also a Distinguished Military Fellow of the Center for Defense Information, a part of the World Security Institute.