A Distinguished Fellow is a person that is recognized by the peers in their profession for substantial contribution
to their profession; a significant and on-going contribution to the Royal Society of Fellows; a frequent publisher of scholarly
works in peer review journals or publications; has been recommended by a Distinguished Fellow; and, approved by the Fellow
|Mr. William E. Baugh, Jr.|
|President, Savannah Technology Group, Savannah, Georgia; Former Assistant Director
for Information Technology of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C.; Attorney at Law.|
|Mr. Alan E.
Director, Kroll Associates, New York, New York.|
|Mr. Thomas Cash|
|Mr. Cash is Executive Managing Director of the Business Intelligence and Investigations Division at Kroll,
the world’s leading risk consulting company. He also works with the Security Services Group and specializes in international
narcotics trafficking matters, as well as money laundering and fraud investigations throughout Latin America.|
|Mr. Simon Denton|
|Mr. Simon Denton is the Managing Director
of Sovereign Corporate & Fiscal Services Limited, London, UK. He has been involved in offshore tax planning since 1988.
Simon is the Chairman of The Offshore Institute, UK Chapter, Vice Chairman of the Royal Society of Fellows, a Member of the
Institute of Directors, the Institute of Management.|
|Dr. Walter Diamond|
Economist, Journalist for the Financial Times and Offshore Investment and Author of
Six Looseleaf Treatises (Tax Havens of the World, Foreign Tax and Trade Briefs and International Trusts Laws & Analysis)
and over fifty books. Dr. Diamond has been an United Nations Tax Treaty and Free Trade Zone Advisor. He is currently a non-resident
Professor of Law, LL.M. in International Tax, St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami, Florida.
|Well-known author and Journalist (Tax Havens of the World; Foreign Tax & Trade Briefs; International Trusts Laws
& Analysis) and over 80 books; Professor, LL.M. International Tax, St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami, Florida.|
|Mr. Phillips G. Gay, Jr.|
|Dr. Phillips Gay, Jr. is President of the Compliance Advisory Service.
He is also currently Senior Vice President of Commercial Bank of Florida in Miami, where he oversees its regulatory compliance
and community reinvestment functions. Mr. Gay attended the University of Alabama and Florida State University, earning a Bachelor
of Science in Management and Business Administration. He is a High Honors graduate of the School for Bank Administration at
the University of Wisconsin and the National Graduate School of Compliance at the University of Oklahoma, and has since served
on their faculties.|
|Dr. Thomas A.
Dr. Dr. Gionis, recently announced
by the United States Department of State, Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs, the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship
Board, and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars, as a Fulbright Senior Specialist, also serves as Chairman,
American Board of Healthcare Law and Medicine; Research Fellow, Harvard University-Massachusetts General Hospital, Department
of Emergency Medicine; Clinical Professor of Surgery, Western University of Health Sciences, and Editor-in-Chief, Royal Society
of Fellows Law Review of the Walter H. and Dorothy B. Diamond International Tax Program.
|Mr. Thomas W.
Over the past 35 years, Thomas W. Goldman has practiced law in Mississippi, Virginia
and Florida, and taught law as a professor in Oklahoma, Texas, Mississippi, and Virginia. He was named to serve as a Board
member of the American Academy of Financial Management and received the Academy's designation as a Master Financial Professional,
Certified Wealth Manager, and Financial Analyst Designate. Mr. Goldman is a member of the Mississippi and Virginia Bar Associations,
and has been admitted to the U. S. Supreme Court. He practices exclusively in the field of Immigration Law.
Attorney at Law, Of Counsel, Shutts
& Bowen, London and Miami; Professor of Law, LL.M. International Tax, St. Thomas University School of Law, Miami, Florida;
Grenada Trade and Investment Commissioner; Author of Langer on Practical International Tax Planning and Rhoades & Langer
U.S. International Taxation and Tax Treaties.
|Mr. James A. Lavorgna
James A. Lavorgna, J.D., LL.M, CFP - Specializing
in International Tax, Wealth Management, Estate Planning and Asset Protection Planning, he is CEO of BusinessServices International,
Inc., and Forsyth Wealth Management, Inc., a U.S. licensed Registered Investment Adviser. He is Adjunct Professor for the
LL.M. Program, International Tax & Offshore Financial Centers, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California.
|Mr. Peter J.
Senior Partner of Goldman & Loughlin, PLLC, Co-Director of the American Academy
of Immigration Lawyers and Professionals, member of the Board of Academic Advisors and Professors of the American Academy
of Financial Management. Mr. Loughlin practices exclusively in the field of International Law and Pre-Immigration Tax Planning.
|Mr. George S.
General Counsel and Attorney of
American Academy of Financial Management Alliance Academic operations and member of Academic Board of Standards.
Former Professor of Law, George Mason University, Fairfax University, Director of the
Landfall Center, The Bahamas and Representative of the Society of Fellows for the Bahamas National Chapter.
Co-Director, Center for International Financial
Crimes Studies, Levin College of Law, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida; Director of Research for North America
CIDOEC, Jesus College, Cambridge University, United Kingdom.
|Dr. Ishaq Shafiq|
Dr. Ishaq Shafiq presently serves as Chief Executive Manager of Quantum
III Consultants Group LLC and is an associate member of JurisConsults International Group LLC. A national training firm that
has had among its clients Daimler Chrysler, General Motors, Ford Motor Company, TWA (now American Airlines), US Steel Corporation,
Granite Steel Corporation, Midwest Steel Corporation, Bethlehem Steel, and LTV Steel Corporation and Casino Queen. He also
served as Chief of Staff to the Honorable Mayor Gordon D. Bush of East St. Louis, Illinois and Chief of Staff to the Honorable
Mayor Gordon D. Bush as President of National Conference of Black Mayors. In addition, Dr. Shafiq served as East St. Louis's,
City Manager. During his tenure as City Manager his most notable accomplishment was the restructuring of the City of East
St. Louis's debt from $81 to $22 million; Produced the city's first balanced budget in four decades and liquidated
over $2.7 million in preexisting city operating deficits; and attracted over $150 million in new economic development investment.