Chief Executive Officer
Mahmoodullah Khan is an innovative, experienced negotiator with more than 40 years of experience in government level procurement, deal negotiation, and trade representation.
A native of Pakistan, he is a graduate of the Pakistan Military Academy and spent 20 years in the Pakistan Army as an officer in the famed British-raised cavalry regiment, Probyn's Horse, King Edward V's Own Lancers, the storied "Bengal Lancers."
While in the Pakistan Army, he was responsible for a tank-oriented squadron of his regiment and was Pakistan's deligate to evaluate the Abrams tank trials at the Royal Armoured Corps Centre in Bovington, United Kingdom. He led the largest on-road trade delegation from Karachi, Pakistan to central Asia in the late 1980s, the first of its kind along the modern-day Silk Road. He is the former director of engineering for Comexindo, a major south Asian trading company owned by the former president of Indonesia. More recently, he brokered a USD $300 million dollar coal-fired plant project in South Asia, was an international representative for a variety of companies in the defense procurement space, and spearheaded a USD $100 million deal to establish a tank cartridge case munitions factory.
Khan is married and lives on a 200 acre farm in North Carolina.