Wilson Wilder Capital LLC Management & Advisors

Management

George W. Reithoffer

Mr. Reithoffer is President of Wilson Wilder Capital LLC. He has more than 50 years of experience in financial services, including over 25 years as a commercial banker which includes middle market and asset based lending. He has worked with a diverse group of companies in industries that include manufacturing, food and beverage, insurance, advertising, entertainment, real estate and publishing.

With a specialty in real estate and corporate middle market lending, Mr. Reithoffer has a deep understanding of acquisition financing for LBO's, structuring asset-based loans, real estate mortgages, construction loans, and equity financing. Mr. Reithoffer has extensive contacts within the commercial banking, asset-based lending, investment banking, and private investor and family office communities.

Mr. Reithoffer attended Collegiate School in New York. He graduated from Columbia College with a degree in Economics and holds an MBA in finance. He is a licensed real estate broker in New York.

Len Levine, Managing Director

Mr. Levine has over 50 years experience in Commercial Banking with several NY banks and private industry. He functioned as a Division Head for a major regional bank and was responsible for the largest middle market loan portfolio in the New York metropolitan area. The loans consisted of short-term working capital lines of credit, term loans for capital expansion or equipment purchases, owner-occupied mortgages, letters of credit for import financing and asset-based revolving lines of credit. He also spent several years as Chief Financial Officer for a major apparel import company, responsible for banking relations, budgeting and financial planning.

Mr. Levine has a BA from The City College of New York and an MBA from Baruch College (City University of New York). He majored in Economics, Finance & Investments and Banking.

He was a founding member of the Banking & Finance Lodge of B'nai B'rith and was the recipient of their Distinguished Achievement Award in 2004. He has also served on the executive committee of the Accountants & Banker's Chapter of American ORT. In 2010 he was the recipient of Valley National Bank's "Top Performer of the Year" award for Wealth Management and Insurance Services.

Advisors

Hugh M. Eaton, III

After spending a number of years with the European division of Monsanto, Mr. Eaton moved to the United States and joined a British Merchant Bank. He left them to join Dillon Read. Subsequently, he decided to start his own company. Many members of the group he had at Dillion Read joined him in the new company. The company, Cursitor, was highly successful and had offices in New York, London, Paris and Boston. At the time they managed approximately $10 billion in assets. Mr. Eaton ran the company until it was sold to Alliance Capital. Mr. Eaton continues to be an active investor. He is a graduate of Yale University and has an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Michael Simpson

After graduating from college, Mr. Simpson joined A. M. Castle, a company that his family had founded in 1890. He worked for the company most of his career and rose to Chairman. The company started as a distributor and jobber of steel manufactured products and expanded as industry requirements shifted. Warehouses were set up nationally and stocked with inventory tailored to the needs of the local customers. Mr. Simpson has since retired from A. M. Castle. He presently is involved in managing various business investments. Mr. Simpson is a graduate of the University of Michigan.