* - Mr. Mak Kin Kwong presides at the executive sessions of the non-management director meetings.
Mr. Mak Kin Kwong is currently the Managing Director of Venfund Investment, a
China-focused private equity investment and financial advisory firm
incorporated in Shenzhen, China which he co-founded in late 2001. Prior
to that, Mr. Mak spent 17 years at Arthur Andersen Worldwide where he
was a firm partner and served as the managing partner of Arthur Andersen
Southern China in his last position with the firm. Mr. Mak serves as an
independent non-executive director and audit committee chairman of
Trina Solar Limited, China GrenTech Corp., Dragon Pharmaceutical Inc.
and Network CN Inc., all of which are companies listed in the U.S.;
Shenzhen Victor Onward Textile Industrial Co. Ltd and Gemdale Industries
Inc., listed in mainland China; and Huabao International Holdings Ltd.,
listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Mr. Mak also serves as a
non-executive director of Bright World Precision Machinery Ltd., listed
in Singapore and Vinda International Holdings Ltd., listed on the Hong
Kong Stock Exchange.
Mr. Runsen Li has
held the position of vice president of the Chinese Police Association,
an organization that serves as an industry liaison with the public as
well as foreign law enforcement agencies since 2005. It also conducts
formal law enforcement training and education in China as well as
overseas. Mr. Li brings to China Security & Surveillance over 40
years of experience in the security and surveillance industry having
served in several high level positions within China's Ministry of Public
Security. Since 1998, Mr. Li has worked as a group leader and chief
technical advisor for China's Golden Shield Project, a communication
network and computer information system operated by the Ministry of
Public Security of the People's Republic of China. Mr. Li graduated from
Soviet Leningrad Electric and Industry College in 1963, with a degree
in Wireless Engineering. From 1981 to 1983, Mr. Li was a visiting
scholar at University of Cincinnati.
Mr. Robert Shiver has over thirty years of experience in the security and communications
solutions field. Mr. Shiver currently serves as a Managing Director of
TC Energy Holdings LLC, a private company dedicated to providing
state-of-the-art energy and security services to industrial, commercial
and residential clients. He also serves as Chairman and CEO of Aerwav
Holdings, Inc., a holding company organized to purchase companies in the
global security and wireless industries. From 2003-2006, Mr. Shiver
served as Chairman and CEO of Aerwav Integration Services, Inc., a
critical communications service provider specializing in web-based
integrated security and communications solutions for commercial clients.
From 1997-2002, he served as Chairman, President and CEO of Securicor
Wireless Holdings (formerly Intek Global Corp.), a wholly-owned
subsidiary of U.K.-based Securicor, that provides spectrum-efficient
wireless technology, products and services to the global communications
marketplace. Prior to this position, Mr. Shiver served as Co- Founder
and CEO of Centennial Security Holdings Inc. (1994-1997); CEO of Senses
International, Inc. (1991-1994); group V.P. of ADT Limited (1987-1991);
V.P. Sales and Marketing of Electro-Protective Corp. (1983-1987). Mr.
Shiver began his career at Sonitrol of the Midwest (1977-1983). Mr.
Shiver's current Board memberships include Aerwav Holdings Inc. and The
Shiver Group LLC.
Communication with Directors
The Company has a process for shareholders and other
interested parties who wish to communicate with the Board of Directors.
Shareholders and interested parties who wish to communicate with the
Board may write to Samuel Lo at China Security & Surveillance
Technology, Inc., c/o Corporate Secretary, 13/F, Shenzhen Special Zone
Press Tower, Shennan Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, People's Republic
of China, 518034. These communications will be reviewed by one or more
employees of the Company designated by the Board, who will determine
whether they should be presented to the Board. The purpose of this
screening is to allow the Board to avoid having to consider irrelevant
or inappropriate communications.