Henry Kloepper,

has worked in investment banking and structured finance over a 30 year career. He brings a rounded knowledge of the capital markets, strategic growth and investments. In the past, Mr. Kloepper has worked in executive positions with JP Morgan, Citibank, Bank of America, and North American Trust in Canada, the US and Europe. Currently, Mr. Kloepper is currently interim CEO of NWT Uranium Corp and is a director of a number of public companies listed in Canada and the US which are involved in consumer finance, merchant banking, manufacturing and distribution. His responsibilities range from lead independent director to chairing audit/compensation committees. Notable directorships include: Award Capital (Spot Coffee-food and beverage), National Construction, Mogul Energy (Oil and Gas), DealNet Capital (consumer finance/merchant banking), Gilla Inc. (E cigarette manufacturer/distribution), Sofit Mobile (App. and technology incubator), and Pacific Software Inc. (Metal Fabrication).


Daniel S. Marks

is the President and Principal of Stonehouse Capital, a portfolio management firm specializing in active investments in Canadian microcap companies. Mr. Marks currently serves on the board of directors of Intrinsyc Technologies Corporation (TSX:ITC) and is Chair of the Audit Committee. Since joining the company in April 2013 he has helped lead the repositioning of the engineering services company to take advantage of growth opportunities in the intelligent connected devices technology sector.

From June 2010 to May 2012, Mr. Marks was a director of Pacific Safety Products Inc., Canada’s leading soft body armour company, where he also served as Executive Chairman from September 2010 to May 2012. In that role, he oversaw a strategic turnaround in the company, through a process that involved the introduction of a new board and management team and ultimately a merger with Zuni Holdings Inc. From June 2009 to December 2010, Mr. Marks was a director of MTI Global Inc. (renamed Zuni Holdings Inc. in June 2010), a company involved in the design, development and manufacturing of products used primarily in the aerospace industry.

Mr. Marks also served as President, Chief Executive Officer and Interim Chief Financial Officer of Zuni Holdings Inc. from June 2010 to December 2010.  Mr. Marks has over twenty years of investment management experience, including positions with Polar Securities Inc., Citibank, Republic National Bank of New York and TD Securities. Mr. Marks holds a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation and an MBA from McMaster University.


Riadh Zine

President and CEO of Elite Imaging Inc., the largest provider of outpatient diagnostic imaging services in the State of Florida. With 15 large medical centers across all of North and South Florida, Elite Imaging is the preferred choice by referring physicians, who depend on the group for advanced diagnostic imaging services with accurate images, experienced subspecialty radiologists providing the highest quality interpretations and quick-turnaround of images and reports. All its radiologists are board certified and are available for second opinions and medical consultation. Mr. Zine is executing a consolidation strategy in this industry. The platform is highly scalable and flexible to integrate any acquisitions.

Mr. Zine is also the co-founder and executive chairman of Roadmap Capital. Previously, Mr. Zine was a Managing Director in Global Investment Banking at RBC Capital Markets, where he was responsible for providing strategic and financial advice to many of Canada’s largest corporations, entrepreneurs and private equity firms. Mr. Zine has over 15 years of experience executing public or private equity and debt financings, as well as mergers and acquisitions for a wide range of Canadian companies in the consumer, retail, healthcare, transportation and industrials sectors. Notable transactions include the $7.5 billion acquisition of Viterra by Glencore, a $500 million Canadian Pacific equity offering, $750 million Teranet IPO, $900 million Tim Hortons IPO, $5.6 billion sale of Dofasco to Arcelor, and $300 million private debt offering by MDS Healthcare. Prior to joining RBC Capital Markets, Mr. Zine worked at Royal Bank of Canada on a number of strategic projects, including the proposed merger between Royal Bank of Canada and Bank of Montreal. Mr. Zine holds a M.Sc. in Financial Engineering from École des Hautes Études Commerciales, University of Montréal.



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