Marwaan Karame assists clients with value based strategies to drive long-term shareholder value. Working closely with CEOs and CFOs from a variety of industries, he helps large and mid-sized organizations facilitate major transformations in all facets of the business cycle including significant restructuring and turnarounds. His areas of expertise are in Corporate Finance, Strategy, Managerial and Behavioral Economics. Mr. Karame helps companies adopt and apply the concepts of Economic Profit (also know as Economic Value Added) to various industries including Automotive, Food & Beverage, Healthcare, Industrial Manufacturing, Technology, and Oil Exploration and Production. Mr. Karame has been a keynote speaker for several Wall Street Research Analyst seminars and has conducted workshops for 1,000+ Fortune 500 executives, lecturing and publishing on the topics of Corporate Finance and Risk Management. Mr. Karame holds an MBA in finance from Richard Ivey School of Business and a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Economics with a minor in Psychology from St. Lawrence University.