Kamran M. Khozan, Chairman and CEO of CVMR® Inc. Inc.
Kamran M. Khozan is the Chairman and CEO of CVMR® Inc. Inc., and founder and major shareholder of a number of highly successful multinational corporations.
Mr. Khozan is the Chairman of Secure Environment Services (“SES”), a leading provider of homeland security, non-weaponry defense equipment and risk management systems, manufactured at its own facilities in North America and Europe, as well as those manufactured by its industry-leading strategic partners. SES provides a complete continuum of security, defense and risk management products and support services to various governments and the private sector. (www.secures.ca)
He serves on the board of directors of 12 corporations in USA, Canada, Switzerland, UK, UAE, Kenya, South Africa, China and Sri Lanka, as well as overseeing the Khozan family’s multifaceted and diverse investment portfolio.
From 1984 to 1992, Mr. Khozan was the Commissioner for the Canadian Federal Government’s Lead Project, Centers of Excellence. During this period, he established an industrial Centers of Excellence in Ontario, known as Industrial Research and Development Institute (IRDI), which continues to operate successfully to date. The Center acts as the focal point for a variety of state-of-the-art technologies in Net Shape manufacturing and is a successful example of co-operation between various industries, three levels of government and a number of universities in Canada.
From 1992 to 1998 he served with the Ontario Ministries of Solicitor General and Community Safety and Correctional Services.
He is a graduate of McGill University, with Honours, cum laude, in Economics, and attained his Master’s degree in Jurisprudence and Criminology as a Distinguished Scholar, from University of Toronto.
Kamran M. Khozan has over 30 seminal patents in vapour metallurgy, all of which are in use by CVMR® today. He has over 25 years of experience in conducting seminars at various colleges and universities in Canada on entrepreneurship, corporate law and management. He has many published articles, on various topics concerning business administration and international trade. He is an honorary member of the Chippewa Ojibwa North American Native Band in Canada and a Political Consultant to that Band.