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Acasta Enterprises Inc (AEF.TO)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Charles Wachsbergs

2018 Co-Chief Executive Officer, Director

Paul Bozoki

2019 Chief Financial Officer

Alexander Singh

Secretary

Stan Bharti

2018 Director

Carlo LiVolsi

2018 Director

Anthony Melman

69 2018 Director

Jeffrey Spiegelman

2018 Director

Richard Wachsberg

2018 Director

Biographies

Name Description

Charles Wachsbergs

Paul Bozoki

Mr. Paul Bozoki, CPA CA is Chief Financial Officer of the Company. Mr. Bozoki is a CPA, CA (Ontario) and a U.S. CPA (New Hampshire) with approximately 25 years of experience in finance, accounting and tax matters, including in excess of 10 years as serving as CFO of various public companies listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the TSX Venture Exchange. Mr. Bozoki holds an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business and a bachelor of commerce from Queen's University.

Alexander Singh

Mr. Alexander Singh is Secretary of the company. He is the Partner, Managing Director, General Counsel and Secretary of Acasta. Alex provides leadership across the full portfolio, with a special focus on fund formation, co-investment deals and transaction structuring. Alex was previously General Counsel and Secretary to West Face Capital Inc., one of Canada’s most prominent alternative asset managers. He was a member of the senior executive team, where he was actively involved in transactions, fund formation, compliance and regulatory matters, and operations. While Alex was at West Face, assets under management grew to $3 billion and from 12 to 38 employees. He was chosen as “Tomorrow’s Leader” at the Canadian General Counsel Awards in 2013. Alex previously practiced corporate (including mergers and acquisitions) and securities law at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. During Alex’s time with West Face, his transactional experience was focused on both private and public market event-driven investing. With respect to transaction experience, he was heavily involved from idea to execution in both public and private equity and debt transactions, especially regarding legal and tax structuring, and specializing in natural resources, asset-heavy manufacturing, telecom and media and consumer product fields. Alex was heavily involved in all of West Face’s proactive and activist investment campaigns, and was frequently asked to speak on the topic of activist investing in Canada.

Stan Bharti

Carlo LiVolsi

Anthony Melman

Dr. Anthony Ronald Melman is Director of the company. He was Chief Executive Officer of the Company. He is Partner, President and Chief Executive Officer of Acasta. Tony provides leadership across all of Acasta’s businesses. He was previously a partner and Managing Director of Onex Corporation where he spent 22 years, having joined in 1984. Tony led or was involved in many of the major acquisitions that Onex undertook in that time period, and most of those investments created substantial value for Onex shareholders. Tony also played a key role in structuring Onex’s bids for Labatt Breweries and Air Canada, and arranging substantial and innovative related financings. Prior to Onex, Tony was head of global project and acquisition financing at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Tony currently serves as a Director and Chair of the Finance Committee of CP Rail, having joined with Bill Ackman/Pershing Square and the ‘Directors for Change’. Tony is also the Executive Chair of Baycrest Global Solutions. He was previously on the Board of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation and Celestica Inc. Tony played a leading role in some of the Onex team’s most successful deals. In Onex’s pivotal and highly successful acquisition of Celestica, third-party deal participants noted that the deal had been orchestrated by Tony. “Celestica was Anthony Melman,” said Doug Brent, former head of BT Capital Partners, which helped finance the deal, to the Globe and Mail.

Jeffrey Spiegelman

Richard Wachsberg