Micronesia Registration Advisors, International Corporate Formation Specialists
At Citibank for 22 years, Steve was the Division Executive of both Worldwide Securities and North Asia, a member of Citicorp’s senior strategy body and a senior credit officer. Thereafter, he was a founder and the Chairman for nine years of Lanka Bell (Pvt) Limited telephone company in Sri Lanka. He remains Vice Chairman of Hawaii Pacific University, and is an author and the manager of several technology funds. As graduate of the Business School of the University of Denver in 1972, Steve completed the Executive Program at the Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia in 1977.
(USCPA) After working at Arthur Young in Texas, Mark moved to Guam to join Peat Marwick & Mitchell. Thereafter, he became an instructor of accounting at the University of Guam and taught students from Palau, Guam, CNMI, FSM and the Marshalls. In 1986, he became Chief Financial Officer of the University of Guam and held that position under various titles such as Controller, Vice President of Finance, and Vice President of Administration and Finance. He took a keen interest in investment and capital markets, and took a part-time position with a fund management firm, which became a full-time position after he retired from the University of Guam. He has been CFO of MRA since 2005.
Randy graduated from George Washington University Law School and went on to work at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and A.G. Becker as an attorney. He is the former President of Merrill Lynch Japan.
Robert is the former Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of a number of publicly listed companies, such as Nortel Networks, in the US, Europe, India, China and Asia Pacific Countries. His key accomplishments include leading the start-up, operation and restructuring of entrepreneurial, multinational and government-linked organizations as well as private and publicly listed companies. He also founded CRICT, a consulting company. He is currently an advisor and director of a number of organizations.
Mr. Sasaki has extensive overseas (from Japan) work and educational experience. Mr. Sasaki is currently the Director/Owner of Proactive Inc. in Tokyo. Proactive is the largest USCPA examination preparatory school in Japan, primarily catering to Japanese post undergraduates who are their 20's 30's and 40's. Prior to forming Proactive Inc. in 1998, Mr. Sasaki worked in New York at Arthur Anderson LLP in New York from 1993-1995 and for Ernst & Young LLP from 1992- 1993. In addition to attending St. John’s Preparatory School in Minnesota, he graduated from PACE University in New York in 1992. In 2004 he received an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the University of Guam.
Jim has over thirty years of experience in the financial services industry with Alpha Capital Research, Morgan Stanley and Morgan Guaranty Trust Co. of New York. He has extensive global experience in capital markets and the investment management business, including roles in Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, New York, Taipei and Honolulu. Jim graduated from Princeton University in 1982, receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Politics and studied abroad at both Leningrad State University in the Soviet Union and the Taiwan Normal University in Taipei, Taiwan. He is a certified board director having successfully completed corporate governance training programs at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the UCLA Anderson School of Management. Jim currently serves on a number of public and private non-profit boards.