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Akther Ahmed is Vice President of Worldwide Alliances and Corporate Accounts for TATA Consultancy Services. Reporting to CEO, Akther is responsible for marketing & technology alliance strategies as well as field operations. In addition, Akther manages over $1.5 Billion in revenue from Key Corporate Accounts and Partnership leveraged deals. Prior to TCS, Akther held various management positions at Microsoft in Business Development, Sales, and Corporate Strategy. Akther led Microsoft's India strategy that was blessed by Steve Ballmer and currently being executed. Prior to Microsoft, Akther was co-founder and CEO of Xavient Technologies – a venture backed Services firm focusing on high-tech manufacturing vertical. Prior to Xavient, Akther was Vice President of Sales for Credence Systems Memory Division. Akther successfully expanded into Asia and grew the division from $25Mil to $150Mil within a year. Akther came to Credence via acquisition of EPRO -a privately held company in the Semiconductor equipment space. As Vice President of Sales and Operations, Akther led EPRO's turn around strategy that led to a very successful acquisition by publicly held Credence. Before EPRO, Akther held various engineering positions at Intel Corporation. Akther has a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University. He also holds an MBA from the Wharton School.
Masud Khan is an international corporate attorney. His experience spans 15 years in corporate and international law and business. He was a partner in a large US Mid-Western law firm (Reinhart Boerner Van Deuren s.c.), where he structured and closed hundreds of US and cross-border M&A transactions. Masud has acted as counsel for various Fortune 500 companies and worked with US lenders in managing capital for his clients. He has also worked with private equity, leveraged buy-out, venture capital and mezzanine capital funds for acquisition and start-up capital. He has structured sales and distribution channels in Asia, Middle East, Latin America and Europe for his US clients and represented international clients in deals involving US assets. Masud focuses his practice on M&A including cross-border transactions, general US corporate law, business negotiations, US export and import laws, international trade and distribution and agency law. Masud is a shareholder in and past general counsel of Alliance Federated Energy, LLC, a US company which has entered into an alliance with the Lineng Group in the Shandong Province, China to build a 1600 MW power plant in such province. He has written various articles and spoken at various seminars on international transactions. He is a past-director of the Milwaukee World Trade Association, the international arm of the Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin, International and Business Practice Sections. He has co-authored the International transactions chapter of the State Bar of Wisconsin Business Advisor publication “Commercial and Consumer Transactions.