Vincent L. Volpi Jr.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Vincent started his career in retail loss prevention, working internationally with companies such as Polo Ralph Lauren. He has also been a security consultant with ITT, a specialized claims investigator with Equifax and the Insurance Crime Prevention Institute, a Secret Service Officer with the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney’s office and Sheriff’s Detective with the FCSO. He has lived and worked throughout the United States, Latin America and Europe while consulting in loss prevention and risk management. Vincent has authored many articles and contributed to books and research in brand protection, especially, and has lectured worldwide and at his alma mater, The Ohio State University.

Vincent specializes in white-collar crime and the development of loss prevention programs and management systems. He has helped to reorganize troubled companies, prepared companies for public offerings, consulted on mergers and acquisitions and designed inventory control, distribution and information systems to increase efficiency and reduce fraud and waste.

Whether we like it or not, the world is globalizing. There has been much ado in government and the media about jobs being lost overseas and yet the US still has one of the world’s strongest economies and lowest unemployment rates. This is in spite of the fact that we have been slow to embrace the global economy and adapt to it.

My company and I are on the front lines of the globalization trend. We go where “angels fear to tread” so that others can come behind us in a secure environment and invest in emerging economies and bring best practices in business and administration to the world. This helps to win the hearts and minds of the people and governments in our host countries by demonstrating the value of democratic institutions and capitalism on the quality of their lives.