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3

Board of Directors

4

TowerIQ Board of Directors

4 Board of directors

TowerIQ has 4 board of directors, including Bryan House.

Name

Firm

Work History

Other Seats

Bryan House

VP, Global Accounts, Acquia Inc.; Executive, EMC

Arwen, Arwen, Million Studio, and Rekener

David Arcara

Content Raven, Elsen, Noteworth, Ocrolus, and xtraChef

Jack Klinck Jr.

John L. Klinck Jr. has agreed to serve as our director upon the effectiveness of the registration statement of which this prospectus forms a part. Since 2016, Mr. Klinck is an active angel investor and a Managing Partner of Hyperplane Venture Capital, a venture capital firm, where he has led FinTech investing across a range of seed stage companies using advanced technologies such as machine learning to solve front and back office business problems. From 2006 to 2015, Mr. Klinck was an executive vice president at State Street, a global financial services firm, where he founded Alternative Investment Solutions providing hedge fund and private equity administration. He also founded the data and analytics business called Global Exchange and served as Head of Strategy/M&A. Before joining State Street in 2006, Mr. Klinck was a Vice Chairman at BNY Mellon, a global financial services firm, President of Investment Manager Solutions and CEO of the company’s European businesses. He is also a current member of the Boards of Directors of Cardlytics, XCHG and Notarize. Mr. Klinck has a BA from Middlebury College and an M.B.A from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. We believe that Mr. Klinck’s qualifications to serve on our board include his experience in managing and innovating large financial services organizations, his deep knowledge of financial services and financial technology and his experience in identifying and investing in technology driven financial services companies.

Allstacks, Cardlytics, Elsen, Notarize, and RoadBotics

Mark Casady

Mark Casady co-founded Vestigo Ventures with a focus on financing start-ups in FinTech. He is general partner and chairman of the advisory board. He is a member of the board of Citizens Financial Group and JobCase and serves as an advisor to Everquote. He is a former member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Board of Governors and the EZE Software Group board of directors. He serves on the board or as an advisor to several Vestigo portfolio companies. These include Kingfield, ZenLedger and Digital Asset Data. Casady retired as LPL Financial CEO in early January 2017 and as non-executive chairman of the board in early March 2017. He guided LPL to become a leading financial services organization that serves independent financial advisors, banks, and credit unions, and provides clearing services to broker/dealers at financial services companies. Before joining LPL Financial in 2002, Mr. Casady was managing director of the mutual fund group for Deutsche Asset Management, Americas — formerly Scudder Investments. Prior to Scudder, he held roles at Concord Financial Group, which was a start-up funded by Hambrecht & Quist, and started his career at Northern Trust. Additionally, Mr. Casady is treasurer of the Casady family’s One Step Forward Education Foundation, which focuses on changing the lives of children around the globe through education. He also helped found and fund the Invest in Others Charitable Foundation, which recognizes the philanthropic activity of financial advisors. Mr. Casady received a BS from Indiana University and an MBA from DePaul University.

Jobcase, Kingfield Corp, Lefteris Acquisition, Wagmo, and ZenLedger

Name

Bryan House

David Arcara

Jack Klinck Jr.

Mark Casady

Firm

Work History

VP, Global Accounts, Acquia Inc.; Executive, EMC

John L. Klinck Jr. has agreed to serve as our director upon the effectiveness of the registration statement of which this prospectus forms a part. Since 2016, Mr. Klinck is an active angel investor and a Managing Partner of Hyperplane Venture Capital, a venture capital firm, where he has led FinTech investing across a range of seed stage companies using advanced technologies such as machine learning to solve front and back office business problems. From 2006 to 2015, Mr. Klinck was an executive vice president at State Street, a global financial services firm, where he founded Alternative Investment Solutions providing hedge fund and private equity administration. He also founded the data and analytics business called Global Exchange and served as Head of Strategy/M&A. Before joining State Street in 2006, Mr. Klinck was a Vice Chairman at BNY Mellon, a global financial services firm, President of Investment Manager Solutions and CEO of the company’s European businesses. He is also a current member of the Boards of Directors of Cardlytics, XCHG and Notarize. Mr. Klinck has a BA from Middlebury College and an M.B.A from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University. We believe that Mr. Klinck’s qualifications to serve on our board include his experience in managing and innovating large financial services organizations, his deep knowledge of financial services and financial technology and his experience in identifying and investing in technology driven financial services companies.

Mark Casady co-founded Vestigo Ventures with a focus on financing start-ups in FinTech. He is general partner and chairman of the advisory board. He is a member of the board of Citizens Financial Group and JobCase and serves as an advisor to Everquote. He is a former member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Board of Governors and the EZE Software Group board of directors. He serves on the board or as an advisor to several Vestigo portfolio companies. These include Kingfield, ZenLedger and Digital Asset Data. Casady retired as LPL Financial CEO in early January 2017 and as non-executive chairman of the board in early March 2017. He guided LPL to become a leading financial services organization that serves independent financial advisors, banks, and credit unions, and provides clearing services to broker/dealers at financial services companies. Before joining LPL Financial in 2002, Mr. Casady was managing director of the mutual fund group for Deutsche Asset Management, Americas — formerly Scudder Investments. Prior to Scudder, he held roles at Concord Financial Group, which was a start-up funded by Hambrecht & Quist, and started his career at Northern Trust. Additionally, Mr. Casady is treasurer of the Casady family’s One Step Forward Education Foundation, which focuses on changing the lives of children around the globe through education. He also helped found and fund the Invest in Others Charitable Foundation, which recognizes the philanthropic activity of financial advisors. Mr. Casady received a BS from Indiana University and an MBA from DePaul University.

Other Seats

Arwen, Arwen, Million Studio, and Rekener

Content Raven, Elsen, Noteworth, Ocrolus, and xtraChef

Allstacks, Cardlytics, Elsen, Notarize, and RoadBotics

Jobcase, Kingfield Corp, Lefteris Acquisition, Wagmo, and ZenLedger

TowerIQ Management Team

3 Team Members

TowerIQ has 3 executives. TowerIQ's current Founder, Chief Executive Officer is Adam Demos.

Name

Work History

Title

Status

Adam Demos

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Current

Igor Ostrovsky

Founder, Chief Product Officer

Current

Michail B Medvinsky

Chief Technology Officer

Current

Name

Adam Demos

Igor Ostrovsky

Michail B Medvinsky

Work History

Title

Founder, Chief Executive Officer

Founder, Chief Product Officer

Chief Technology Officer

Status

Current

Current

Current

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