1 Select Resumes Albert S. Conly Senior Managing Director 2001 Ross Avenue Suite 400 Dallas, TX Tel: (214) Fax: (214) Mr. Conly is a Senior Managing Director in FTI s Business Recovery practice in Dallas, Texas. He has 32 years of extensive restructuring, corporate finance and asset management experience in a variety of industries including energy, financial services, telecommunications, retail, real estate, manufacturing, distribution, and broadcast. He has a proven track record solving complex business problems for clients related to restructures; mergers, acquisitions and dispositions; business integration; capital raising and capital structure, operational improvements, and investment decisions. During his tenure, Mr. Conly has represented a wide variety of clientele with corporate finance, business recovery, lender services, investigative and litigation consulting needs. His assignments include large and complex transactions with several constituencies and competing agendas. Examples of representative engagements include the following: Capmark Financial Group $28 Billion Fund Manager AGE Refining TXCO Resources Large Mid-stream Gas MLP Large Power Generation Company Fremont General Corporation Big West Oil American Home Mortgage Entergy New Orleans Cerro Negro JV Sage Crest LLC Sphinx Funds Large US Refining Company Mid-size US Refining Company Patman Drilling International ti Reichmann Petroleum Corporation Fortune 25 Energy Company Fortune 50 Energy Company CDX Gas Energy Partners Ltd Davis Petroleum Corporation Enron Corporation Washington Mutual Mr. Conly was a partner in the Big 5 accounting firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP and a Managing Director in the Corporate and Investment Bank at Bank of America where he managed the Banks exposure to financial institutions including banks, mortgage g companies, finance companies, broker/dealers, money managers and leasing companies. 33
2 Select Resumes Albert S. Conly Senior Managing Director (page 2) Prior to joining FTI, Mr. Conly s experience includes eight years of corporate finance and restructuring experience with Bank of America and it predecessors, seven years of energy industry experience, five years of regulatory and compliance experience with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ( FDIC ). While with Bank of America, Mr. Conly was responsible for the management and disposition of approximately $1.2 billion of owned oil and gas properties obtained through foreclosure or settlement with borrowers. Additionally he served in the various capacities including Joint Venture and Revenue Accountant (Texas Eastern Corporation and National Exploration Company), Director of Finance (Traco Petroleum Corporation) and Controller (Petroleum Acquisitions Corporation) positions from 1977 through Furthermore, Mr. Conly served on numerous panels speaking to a variety of corporate finance and restructuring topics including presentations to the State Bar of Texas Bankruptcy Section, FTI Economic Forum, various client conferences and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Large Bank Examination Group on several industries including telecommunications and power. Additionally, Mr. Conly has been appointed to the Executive Council of the State Bar of Texas Bankruptcy Law Section as the non-lawyer representative. Professional Affiliations American Institute of Certified Public Accountants Texas State Society of Certified Public Accountants Turnaround Management Association State Bar of Texas Bankruptcy Law Section- Executive Committee American Bankruptcy Institute American College of Bankruptcy-2011 Class XXII expected Inductee Education B.B.A. in Accounting, University of Texas at Austin 34
3 Debra Cash Senior Director Debra Cash is a Senior Director with Alvarez & Marsal in the Turnaround and Restructuring practice in Houston. With more than 23 years of financial experience, Ms. Cash brings extensive transaction experience, having led numerous capital market transactions, acquisition and divestitures, and structured financings primarily in the energy and services industries. Ms. Cash currently serves on the Lehman engagement, where she plays a key role in the unwind of derivative transactions, negotiating divestitures and settlements, assisting with the development, disclosures and negotiations related to plan of reorganization. Prior to joining A&M, Ms. Cash served as the CFO of an international outsourcing organization. In addition, she spent 15 years at a Big Five accounting firm, where she most recently served as a Partner. As a Partner, Ms. Cash provided technical accounting consultation services related to highly structured financial transactions, pre acquisition due diligence and risk management consulting services. She also served as the regional technical expert in derivatives and provided a variety of operational and financial reporting related services to clients in the energy and services industries. Ms. Cash earned a bachelor s degree in accounting from Northern Illinois University. She is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the state of Texas. She is also a member of the Financial Executives Institute (FEI) and the Texas Society of CPAs.
4 Diane Vazza Head of Global Fixed Income Research Diane Vazza is Head of Global Fixed Income Research at Standard & Poor s. Her analysis, forecasts and research on global credit markets have earned her an international audience and she is widely quoted in the financial media, including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, New York Times, CNBC, Bloomberg and ThomsonReuters. Diane has more than 30 years experience working in the capital markets, including rating agency, regulatory, credit and banking experience. In 2006, Credit Magazine named Diane one of the top 50 women across the globe in credit and fixed income. She is past President ( ) of the Fixed Income Analysts Society and currently sits on the Board of Directors. She has traveled to over 100 countries. Diane joined S&P in 1992 to start up its U.S. high yield research. She has held increasing levels of responsibility and today heads global fixed income research. Prior to joining the company, she was a credit examiner specializing in financial institutions for the Comptroller of the Currency. Following the bankruptcy of Drexel Burnham Lambert in 1992, Diane worked with creditors on unwinding complex financings and selling high yield bond inventory positions. Earlier at Drexel, Diane ran the capital markets department for the finance department. In this capacity, she structured and underwrote all medium and long term financings and worked with the syndicate desk to place the deals. In addition to raising capital, she ran the commercial paper funding desk and was responsible for funding at both the holding company and broker dealer and financing high yield bond inventory. In 1986 Diane worked on the trading floor at Citibank, where she was on the syndicate desk and a member of the team that started up bank loan sales and trading. From 1979 to 1985 Diane was a banker and credit analyst at The Chase Manhattan Bank. As a team leader in the corporate bank, she managed teams lending to portfolios of technology companies (mature cash flow and start-up capital) and to liner/cargo shipping companies (cash flow and asset based lending techniques). After completing Chase s rigorous 2-year credit training program in 1980, she was a credit analyst assessing credit quality across a variety of industries in all the Bank s overseas offices. She specialized in analyzing complex Asian trading companies and real estate workouts. Diane holds dual BA degrees in Classics (Latin and Ancient Greek) and French from Holy Cross College.
5 H. Malcolm Lovett, Jr. 520 Post Oak Blvd., Suite Broad Oaks Trail Houston, Texas Houston, Texas / / Professional Experience 1996 to Present Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Strategic Capital Corporation, Houston, Texas. Financial advisory, restructuring and crisis management services to 2009 Independent Director, ASARCO, L.L.C., Tucson, Arizona Independent Director, Member of the Restructuring Committee, EOTT Energy Corp. General Partner of EOTT Energy Partners, L.P., Houston, Texas to 1995 Private Investor, Financial Advisor and Consultant, Houston, Texas Sr. Vice President, Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette Securities Corp., Houston, Texas to 1990 President and Director, Iroquois Brands, Ltd., Houston, Texas to 1987 Founder, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Lovett Mitchell Webb & Garrison, Inc., Houston, Texas. Director, Kemper Financial Companies, Chicago, Illinois. Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Boettcher & Company, Inc., Denver, Colorado. Restructure Denver-based member of the New York Stock Exchange to 1981 Executive Consultant, Harbridge House Inc., Boston, Massachusetts. Strategic management consultant to the financial services industry to 1979 Executive Vice President, Director, Chief Financial Officer, Rotan Mosle Financial Corp., Houston, Texas. Education Phillips Exeter Academy. Exeter, New Hampshire William Marsh Rice University. Houston, Texas. B.A Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration. Boston, Massachusetts. M.B.A Professional Associations Post Oak Bank, Houston, Texas. Former Advisory Director. New York Stock Exchange, former Allied Member. National Association of Securities Dealers, District #6 Business Conduct Committee. Three year term, served as Vice Chairman (1986) and Chairman (1987). Various securities industry advisory committees, former member. Community and Social Associations Christ Church Cathedral, former Member Vestry. Houston Ballet, former Member, Board of Directors. DePelchin Children's Center, former President and Chairman of the Board and Trustee ( ). Foundation for the Benefit of DePelchin Children's Center, former Chairman. Bayou Club of Houston, Member of the Board and past President. Houston Country Club, Member of the Board, past President and Treasurer.
6 Mike Juniper Director Mr. Juniper is a skilled professional with more than 10 years of experience focused on financial and operational analysis and improvement, turnaround and restructuring consulting and crisis management. He has worked in a variety of industries, including Apparel manufacturing, Biofuels, Distribution, Food manufacturing, Internet direct marketing, Plastics, Retail and Telecommunications. Some of his engagements include: Acting CFO for a 135 convenience store chain during its Chapter 11 proceedings and sale through multiple 363 auctions, where he created and managed multiple DIP budgets for different asset pools and lender groups Advisor to equity of the MLB Texas Rangers during its Chapter 11 proceedings and assisted in the sale of the team through an auction process where he was responsible for bid qualification prior to and valuation during the auction Advised an $8.5 billion Fortune 500 food company, where he was responsible for $4 billion in claims reconciliation and adjudication during a Chapter 11 proceedings Financial advisor for a landfill gas process facility during its Chapter 11 proceedings and subsequent sale to a strategic buyer, where all creditors were paid in full and a return to equity Advised a food manufacturer and distributor to help identify critical issues of the affecting the company, where he later served as controller and acting CFO working closely with the chief restructuring officer to operate and ultimately sell the operations for the benefit of the secured lender, unsecured creditors and owners Financial advisor for a branded and private label apparel manufacturing company, where he created new budgeting and reporting tools for management, introduced innovative and non-traditional financing of new projects and assisted with divestiture of non-core assets and divisions Senior financial and operational analyst for an injection and blow molding company with multiple facilities in two countries, where he assisted with development and implementation of a new standard cost income statement and supported the management team s efforts to complete a $120 million recapitalization of the company Mr. Juniper received his bachelor's degree in finance from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and an MBA from Washington University in St. Louis. He is a member of the Turnaround Management Association and holds a CTP-D designation. 1
7 RALPH S. JANVEY CURRICULUM VITAE Mr. Janvey is a Partner with Krage & Janvey, L.L.P. in Dallas, Texas. Prior to joining Krage & Janvey, L.L.P. in 1980, Mr. Janvey served as a Staff Attorney and, eventually, the Assistant Director of Securities for the United States Comptroller of the Currency in Washington, D.C. Mr. Janvey s practice is concentrated in the areas of SEC and state securities compliance and enforcement matters, public and private financing transactions, corporate governance and fiduciary duties, and organizational structuring issues. He has represented clients (primarily issuers, investment advisers, broker-dealers, and accountants) in connection with legal problems involving the full range of corporate and securities law compliance and enforcement issues. He has also served as a SEC and court appointed equity receiver. Mr. Janvey served as an Adjunct Professor of Law for Southern Methodist University for 20 years teaching in the areas of corporate planning and regulation of the securities and commodities markets. Mr. Janvey has authored Regulation of the Securities and Commodities Markets for Warren, Gorham & Lamont, Inc.; Securities Offerings and the Certified Public Accountant and SEC Accounting and Reporting for the Professional Development Institute and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants; and the Accountant s Liability Manual for Clark Boardman Callaghan. He has served as a Member of the Board of Editors of the Journal of Corporate Confidentiality and is a Member of the Board of Editors of the Securities Regulation Law Journal. He has also authored approximately 20 articles on topics dealing with investment adviser and broker-dealer regulatory issues, Sarbanes-Oxley s impact on accountants, public and private financing transactions, SEC reporting, and banking issues. He has further served as a speaker on numerous topics, including those relating to investment adviser and broker-dealer regulatory issues, Sarbanes-Oxley issues, accountants audit liability issues, hedge funds, Regulation S issues, public and private financing transactions, and receiverships. Mr. Janvey has served as a consultant to the Securities Regulation Reporter published by Warren, Gorham, & Lamont, Inc. and as an expert witness for the United States Department of Labor and in NASD arbitrations for major New York broker-dealers. He also regularly serves as an expert witness on securities law issues in civil litigation. He served as a NASD arbitrator for almost 15 years. Mr. Janvey is a consultant of Thomson Reuters in connection with its on-line federal securities treatise. Mr. Janvey has served as a receiver, special master, and monitor in securities related litigation. He has also served as a receiver in a multi-employer welfare benefit federal litigation. Mr. Janvey is currently the receiver in the Stanford Financial Receivership. Mr. Janvey received his undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin and his law degree at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He received his L.L.M. in Securities Law at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C.
8 Thomas B. Osmun Managing Director New York Office Tom is a Managing Director in the Turnaround & Restructuring Services practice of AlixPartners. Prior to rejoining AlixPartners, he was a Managing Director at Conway DelGenio Gries & Co., LLC, a financial advisory firm specializing in restructuring, crisis and turnaround management, and merger and acquisition services Since 1993, he has specialized in providing strategic, financial and operational advice to financially challenged companies. His experience spans a wide range of industries including health care, insurance, financial services, transportation, retail and energy. Most recently Tom has been leading the AlixPartners team on AIG Inc., working with closely with AIG Financial Products and the Federal Reserve Bank of NY. Throughout his career, Tom has held leadership roles in both interim management and financial advisory projects. A few highlights include: Advising AIG Financial Products throughout the entirety of the government-subsidized restructuring Providing interim financial management to distressed companies in and outside of Chapter 11 Assisting clients on corporate restructurings and recapitalizations Implementing cost reduction and revenue enhancement opportunities in troubled companies Valuing and selling troubled companies both in and outside of Chapter 11 Acting as exclusive financial advisor to boards of directors and/or principal shareholders in the purchase or sale of numerous businesses in a variety of industries Tom has a BS in business administration from Bucknell University. He has his Masters of Business Administration from the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University where he concentrated his studies in finance and accounting. 1
9 BIOGRAPHY: Toby L. Gerber Toby L. Gerber Partner AREAS OF CONCENTRATION Bankruptcy and Insolvency Complex Commercial Litigation Transportation Securitization Toby L. Gerber D: Dallas 2200 Ross Avenue Suite 2800 Dallas, TX T: F: Experience Bankruptcy matters and commercial litigation Lead bankruptcy counsel for numerous bank groups in major cases Reorganization, syndicated lending, and troubled debt workouts Industries Transportation Banking and Finance Leisure and Entertainment EXPERIENCE Toby L. Gerber is a partner in the international law firm of Fulbright & Jaworski L.L.P. He concentrates his practice in bankruptcy, reorganization and creditor rights, commercial litigation, and the transportation industry. He is experienced in reorganization, syndicated lending, and troubled debt workouts. He represents financial institutions, non-bank lenders and a variety of other clients on bankruptcy and commercial litigation matters, as well as transportation issues. Toby's experience is broad. He has acted as lead bankruptcy counsel for numerous bank groups and lenders in major cases throughout the United States and on behalf of the International Air Transport Association of Geneva, Switzerland, in virtually all U.S. air carrier bankruptcies, and in several foreign jurisdictions. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES AND MEMBERSHIPS American Bankruptcy Institute American Bar Association Texas Association of Bank Counsel Texas Bar Association Dallas Bar Association PROFESSIONAL HONORS The Best Lawyers in America, Bankruptcy and Creditor-Debtor Rights (2009) "Texas Super Lawyer," Bankruptcy and Workout, Law & Politics ( ) Chambers & Partners USA, Bankruptcy ( , 2010) "Best Lawyers in Dallas," Law & Politics ( ) "Lawyer of the Year Award," Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, past recipient SPEECHES An Overview of Recent Developments and Insights into the On-going Tensions Among and Between Debtors, their Lenders and other Creditors, Jay L. Westbrook Bankruptcy Conference, Austin, Texas, November 2007
10 BIOGRAPHY: Toby L. Gerber "Airline Bankruptcy in the United States: Subsidy in Disguise?," IATA Legal Symposium 2006, Hong Kong, February 2006 "A View Of The Bankruptcy Code, As Amended, In Relation To Bank Regulation," Annual Conference of the Texas Department of Banking, September 2005 EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND J.D., Georgetown University Law Center B.J., with honors, University of Missouri - Columbia A.B., with honors, University of Missouri - Columbia Austin Beijing Dallas Denver Dubai Hong Kong Houston London Los Angeles Minneapolis Munich New York Riyadh San Antonio St Louis Washington, D.C.