As the Chief Executive Officer for a securities technology company, Benoy Berry draws on an extensive education. At the University of Delhi in India, he earned a Bachelor of Arts with first class honours in Economics. Next, Benoy Berry returned to school and obtained a Master of Arts in Finance from the University’s Delhi School of Economics, where he achieved a place on the Roll of Honours merit list. He also received a Doctorate from World Open University, where he studied communications and arts. With his education in hand, Benoy Berry founded Continental Transfer Technique Limited and took the position of CEO and Chairman in 1984. He also became the Chairman of Contec Global Group, a company with offices on four different continents around the world. Benoy Berry hired an experienced senior management team to help him establish the company as a worldwide leader in securities technology. Contec Global has also expanded its operations into the energy and hospitality fields. Most recently, it has become involved in alternative energy sources. Contec Global specializes in developing state-of-the-art security solutions that utilize automated systems to authenticate objects and people. These advanced security features can improve a company's infrastructure and protect sensitive areas from being compromised by outside entities. In addition to his work with Contec Global, Benoy Berry has worked for Morgan Stanley as a management trainee and Philip Morris International as a Marketing Manager. For Philip Morris, Benoy Berry helped launch the Target brand cigarette in Nigeria. Today he continues to live in Nigeria as a naturalized citizen.