Frank D. Heuszel currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Document Security Systems, Inc. (“DSS”), a NYSE American publicly traded company.
He manages the strategic direction, growth, day to day operations, and governance of the New York based multinational company operating businesses in biohealth and bioscience, healthcare, securities trading and management platforms, blockchain technology, direct marketing, real estate, alternative energy, brand protection technology and securitized digital assets, with offices in Houston, TX, Rochester, NY, Victor, NY, Dallas, TX, Nashville, TN, Winter Haven, FL, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong.
Mr. Heuszel became DSS’s CEO and Interim Chief Financial Officer in April 2019. He has served as a member of DSS’s Board of Directors since July 2018 and served as chairman of the company’s Audit Committee from July 2018 to April 2019.
Heuszel has extensive expertise in a wide array of strategic, business, turnaround, and regulatory matters across several industries as a result of his executive management, educational and operational experience.
Mr. Heuszel graduated from the University of Texas at Austin from the McCombs School of Business in 1979 and received his Doctorate of Jurisprudence with honors from South Texas College of Law in 1990. Frank received his certification as a CPA and as a CIA in 1985.
He is a member of the Texas State Bar, the Houston Bar Association, Association of Corporate Counsel, Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants, and the State Bar of Texas Bankruptcy Section.
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