Max Khan is a Managing Partner of Alliance Global Finance. Khan began his career as a financial consultant in 1987. He founded Alliance Global Finance in 1992, which specializes in corporate finance and investment banking advisory services. He has consummated approximately $400 million in various transactions. Khan served as Director, President and CEO ofPwrcor Inc. until June 2014 and currently serves as CEO of Lifequest World Corp.
Previously, Khan owned Finra registered broker dealer until May 2013 and held Series 7, 24 & 27 licenses. The BD was voluntarily dissolved. Khan currently is a managing director of Kazue Global Limited, with headquarters in Tokyo. Kazue focuses on strategic investments in infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia. Max Khan received his BA in Accounting and Economics from the City University of New York, and his MBA from Pace University,New York.
Monir Hoque is a Managing Partner of Alliance Global Finance. He has vast experience in structured finance, equity & debt capital markets, M&A advisory, proprietary investments, and global real estate and equities strategies. Mr. Hoque is held positions as Managing Director for Saw Mill Capital and Al Rayan Investment and was the CFO for Mohican Quarries. He held senior positions at Bank of America in Wealth Management Strategy / Business Development and then in Investment Banking CMBS/CDO Principal Finance Trading. He has managed middle markets for JP Morgan Chase and performed operational due diligence for transactions at GE Real Estate, GE Equity, and GE Credit Card Services. Monir has an MS in Financial Engineering and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Columbia Engineering. In addition, he has a BA in Physics from Bard College.
Bob is a Managing Partner of Alliance Global Finance and currently serves at the CEO of one of our current investments, Eastern Adirondack. His prior experience includes running day-to-day operations of American Tissue Inc./Cascade Tissue Group tissue manufacturing company, coordinating activities with 6 senior managers overseeing 125 employees and directing annual sales in excess of $60 million dollars. Prior to American Tissue, he was director of operations at Northridge Group an EPC company dedicated to pulp & paper industry.
He has wealth of experience in operations, regulations and management of natural resource and industrial companies. Bob was a founder and owner of Electric Concepts LLC, a new electrical design build construction group, where he developed bid procedures and estimating modules for commercial and industrial clients. He is an electrical engineer and served four years in the U.S.Navy.
Eisuke (Eddie) Okazaki (Tokyo). He is an experienced financial professional with the cross border experiences in London, Tokyo and Hong Kong. Qualified as a security analyst, Okazaki is equipped with practical knowledge in global financial products, particularly in the fields of equities, hedge funds, other alternative investment schemes and market data. He held senior positions at leading British and Japanese investment banks including Head of Japanese equity sales at New Japan Securities Europe (London), Director at both Schroders Securities (London) and Robert Fleming Securities (London) and General Manager of foreign equities sales at Kleinwort Benson Securities (Tokyo).
Most recently Okazaki worked for the London Stock Exchange as Business Development Executive for Information Services in the pan-Asian region from Tokyo and Hong Kong. Okazaki is currently a financial consultant based in Tokyo and also acts as an exchange auditor for Exchange Audits (Australia). Okazaki is qualified as CMA (Certified Member of the Analyst Association of Japan) and CFP (Certified Financial Planner) and was graduated from Yokohama City University (B.A. in Economics).
David is the CEO for Dispersive. Prior, he was CEO of Federos, a leading provider of AI-driven solutions. He also held executive positions at Motorola, Monolith Software, TCN, and AT&T. David has extensive experience in leading sales, services, operations, R&D, and corporate development.