Clement Chew​​
Managing Director

Clement has worked in the security industry since 2007, starting off as an event security officer working in venues and football stadiums based in Manchester and eventually moving on to door supervision and other work around the country. He returned to Malaysia in 2014 and served as a government officer in the Prime Minister’s department dedicated to car theft, public order and police transformation. He also coordinated major police operations to prevent and detect organised crime. His last assignment before he left the PM's department was in a team sent to an East African country assisting the President's office in developing a major crime reduction strategy alongside the Police. 

Clement holds a Master's of Arts degree in International Development (University of East Anglia) and a BA (Hons) in Economics and Development Studies (University of Manchester).

Datuk Mohammad Kamal Yan Yahaya
Chairman

Datuk Mohammad Kamal Yan Yahaya occupied several senior positions during his service within the government of Malaysia, the latest being Special Advisor to the Prime Minister for International Relations. Over the course of his meritorious career which spans over 30 years in th Foreign Service, he was appointed Ambassador/High Commissioner to several countries which include Cuba, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, the Bahamas, Luxembourg, the Kingdom of Belgium and the European Union.

Datuk Kamal has also held senior appointments in the civil service, including Deputy Permanent Representative of the Permanent Mission of Malaysia to the United Nations in New York, Director of Training in the Institute of Diplomatic and Foreign Relations and Deputy Secretary General II of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Gustav Brunner
Strategy and Operations Director

Gustav served in the Swedish Armed Forces, with the Swedish Army Ranger Battalion – North, reaching the rank of Sergeant and position of Ranger Squad Leader. The Army Ranger Battalion is a rapid response unit that is employed on missions in both Sweden and other countries. The unit is trained by the Norrland Dragoons detachment in Arvidsjaur, Sweden, with a particular capability in sub-arctic conditions. 

As a result of his military training Gustav also served an overseas assignment with UNPROFOR/ IFOR in Bosnia during 1995/1996 as a Company Sniper and Deputy Squad Leader. His primary responsibilities included intelligence gathering, QRF (Quick Reaction Force) duties, Close Protection duties, and Patrols.

Prior to moving to Malaysia in 2006, Gustav has lived and worked in Vietnam, P.R. China, and Thailand.

Gustav has a Bachelor of Science in International Economics from the American University of Paris, France, as well as a MBA in Business Finance from the University of Chicago Booth Graduate School of Business (GSB).