Daniel Dunn joined Chase & Associates after serving seven and a half years as Vice President, Loss Prevention & Security for Tech Data Corporation, a Fortune 100 public company with 20 billion dollars annual sales. Mr. Dunn was directly responsible for all loss prevention and security policies, procedures and protocols for Tech Data Corporation operations located throughout North America, South America, Central America, Europe and the Middle East. He supervised all domestic and foreign investigations in matters relating to internal and external civil and criminal activities including, but not limited to, fraud, internal & external theft, robbery, burglary, regulatory compliance, cash compliance, security contacts, and physical security measures. He supervised the design, installation and operation of site specific integrated security systems worldwide. These corporate sites included office environments as well as logistical centers that held hundreds of millions of dollars of high technology inventory. Mr. Dunn documented the loss prevention and security policies, procedures and protocols to insure compliance to Sarbanes-Oxley Regulations.
Mr. Dunn was also a member of Tech Data's Corporate Ethics Committee that reviewed all ethics issues and made recommendations to Senior Executive Management on these matters. Mr. Dunn reported directly to the Senior Executive Vice President/Chief Financial Officer and on occasion to the Board of Directors.
Prior to Mr. Dunn's position with Tech Data Corporation he retired as a Supervisory Special Agent with the Department of Treasury, U.S. Customs Service, Office of Investigations. During his 27 years as a Federal Agent, he supervised as well as conducted complex domestic and international criminal and civil investigations of violations of federal Customs laws and regulations. These investigations included narcotics smuggling, money laundering, fraud, export of technology, child pornography, intellectual property rights and other violations of federal statutes. He was directly responsible for the numerous federal criminal indictments and convictions of defendants involved in violation of federal laws.