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GlobalBased Technologies is dedicated to the discovery and implementation of new prediction metrics and trading execution methods.

Board of Directors

Patrick D. Coleman, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Coleman has nearly twenty five years of experience in the financial services industry. Prior to joining GlobalBased, Mr. Coleman served in various senior management positions at Bank of America from May 2005 to June 2007, including as the Head of Global Markets Distribution and as a Member of the Bank of America Securities Operating Committee.

Prior to that, he served as the Head of Global Government Institutions at JPMorgan from January 2004 to May 2005. Mr. Coleman was also a managing director at Credit Suisse, formerly known as Credit Suisse First Boston, from January 1984 to July 2002. He ran several departments including Municipal Trading, Mortgage Backed Securities, and was COO for Global Credit Trading. Mr. Coleman received a Bachelor of Arts in Economics, Magna Cum Laude, from Boston College.

Frank L. Davis, Director At-Large

Mr. Davis is also the President and Chief Executive Officer of Food for Health International since June 2002. Prior to establishing Food for Health, Mr. Davis owned and operated First Harvest International which he sold to a Fortune 100 Company. He served as the President of Ucoast.com from May 2002 to October 2006. Mr. Davis was nominated in 1996 by Merrill Lynch and Ernst & Young as Entrepreneur of the Year for the State of Utah. His nomination was based on founding a company, Borges Lamont (which evolved into Overstock.com) and growing the company in two years to $30,000,000 in revenue. The company, Borges Lamont, was recognized on Inc. 500 fastest growing companies.

Mr. Davis also founded a network marketing company in 1998, Golf Connections, and after experiencing double digit monthly growth in the first six months, sold the company to a public entity. Mr. Davis received a Bachelor of Arts in Business from Brigham Young University, and completed a Masters Program in Organizational Behavior at the University of Phoenix.

Mark B. Werner, Director At-Large

Mark Werner is a senior level financial industry professional whose career has ranged from senior executive positions in some of the nation's largest financial institutions to advisory positions in both the public and private sector. Mr. Werner is currently the CEO and co-founder of Pierpont Securities.

In 1982, Mr. Werner joined J.P. Morgan & Co., where he headed the firm's activities in U.S. Treasury & Federal Agency Trading, Money Market Trading and Financing, Global Government Trading and North American Rates. He remained with the company through its transition to JPMorgan Chase, and from 2001 to 2004 served as Vice Chairman of JPMorgan Securities, Inc. and head of the North American interest rate markets, futures and options business. He was also a member of the investment bank's Executive Committee. Mr. Werner left JPMorgan Chase to join Bank of America in 2004. Mr. Werner served as chief executive officer for Banc of America Securities at Bank of America Corporation. During his tenure there, he was Head of Global Markets. Most recently, Mr. Werner served as president of Graham Capital Management, a hedge fund with $5.0B in AUM.

Mr. Werner is a current member and past chairman (2004) of the U.S. Treasury Department's Borrowing Advisory Committee, which meets quarterly in Washington, D.C. with the Secretary of the Treasury and his staff to advise them on how current and projected market conditions will influence the financing and management of the Federal debt. Mr. Werner earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics in 1980 from the University of Pennsylvania.

Bob Swindell, Director At-Large

Mr. Swindell is the co-head of the Consumer, Retail & Healthcare Services Group at FBR Capital Markets. He joined FBR from Watch Hill Partners, which he joined in June 2008. Prior to joining Watch Hill Partners, Mr. Swindell was the CEO of Civitas Group LLC, an advisory business focused on national and homeland security. In January 2008, he became the Chairman of Civitas Group.

Prior to Civitas, Mr. Swindell spent 17 years as an investment banker at Lehman Brothers and 5 years at Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company. At Lehman Brothers he served as the head of the U.S. Technology Banking, Global Consumer/Industrial and Debt Capital Markets groups within investment banking. Mr. Swindell has extensive capital markets and corporate finance experience, having initiated or executed more than 200 transactions in all product areas.

Mr. Swindell currently serves on the Board of Advisors of the Benefactors Society at the University of Virginia's College of Arts and Sciences and the Board of Trustees of Greenwich Country Day School. He received a BA in Economics from the University of Virginia and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

John S. Bradley, Secretary

Mr. Bradley has extensive experience in advising physicians and physician groups on organizational business and tax matters as well as health care provider regulatory compliance matters. His practice involves all aspects of sophisticated estate planning and wealth preservation for families and individuals as well as strong emphasis on business organization and commercial and corporate transactions.

Mr. Bradley's areas of expertise include: business acquisitions, mergers, and divestitures, business and commercial transactions, health care law, pension and profit sharing plans, family wealth transfers, estate planning, and charitable foundations.

Mr. Bradley received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from University of Utah (1980, magna cum laude) and his Juris Doctor from University of Puget Sound (1983). Thereafter, he was admitted to practice in Utah, the United States District Court for the District of Utah, and United States Tax Court. He has been "AV" rated by Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and named one of the Utah Legal Elite Tax Lawyers in the Utah Business Magazine.