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CHC Student Housing Corp (CHC.V)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Mark Hansen

2014 President, Chief Executive Officer

Brad Williams

2015 Vice President, Operations

Vaughn MacLellan

2014 Corporate Secretary

Gordon Pridham

61 2014 Chairman of the Board

Philip Gillin

2014 Director

Ronald Schwarz

2014 Director

Craig Smith

2013 Director

Biographies

Name Description

Mark Hansen

Mr. Mark Hansen is the President, Chief Executive Officer of CHC Student Housing Corp. He is no longer serve as Director of the Company effective October 9, 2014. Mark Hansen has over 18 years of experience in the real estate industry, including 10 years in the multi-residential real estate industry. He is a co-founder, director and President of CHC Realty Investments, a market leader in Canadian student housing that focuses on acquiring and managing purpose-built multi-residential student housing properties in close proximity to Canadian universities and colleges. Before founding CHC Realty Investments in March 2010, Mr. Hansen was the Vice President of Operations at Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (“CAPREIT”) (TSX:CAR.UN), one of Canada’s largest residential landlords, owning interests in 38,164 residential units. At CAPREIT, Mr. Hansen managed over 14,000 residential units and over 250,000 square feet of commercial space. He was responsible for over $250 million in annual revenues, over $30 million in capital projects and over 200 employees. Prior to joining CAPREIT in June 2007, Mr. Hansen was a member of the board of directors for InterRent International Properties Inc. (“InterRent”) (previously TSXV: IIP), an owner and operator of multi-unit residential income producing properties in the Greater Toronto Area and along Ontario’s “HWY 401 Corridor” from Ottawa to London. During his time on the board of directors of InterRent (from February 2005 to May 2007), Mr. Hansen assisted in the initial consolidation of multi-family properties and the initial capital raise to list the company on the Exchange.

Brad Williams

Mr. Brad Williams is appointed as the Vice President, Operations of the company. Mr. Williams has a wide range of experience in the student housing industry both in the United States and Canada. Previously, Mr. Williams served as Director of Operations for Rise Real Estate Inc. of Ancaster, Ontario, a developer of modern purpose-built student housing apartment buildings, including the Luxe I and II in Waterloo, Ontario and the Luxe London in London, Ontario, from 2011 to 2014. Prior to that, he served in a variety of capacities in the student housing industry, including as manager of off-campus housing for the University of Guelph, assistant director of residence life at the University of Denver, residence director at Colorado State University and residence director at the University of New Hampshire

Vaughn MacLellan

Mr. Vaughn R. MacLellan is the Corporate Secretary of CHC Student Housing Corp. He is no longer serve as Director of the Company effective October 9, 2014. Vaughn MacLellan is a partner with Wildeboer Dellelce LLP, a Toronto-based securities and corporate finance law firm. Mr. MacLellan focuses on securities, corporate finance and corporate-commercial law and regularly acts on a variety of transactions representing both early stage and mature issuers and investment dealers, including initial public offerings, reverse take-overs, public offerings, private placements and mergers and acquisitions. He also advises public and private issuers and investment dealers on a wide range of securities and corporate law matters, including corporate governance. Mr. MacLellan was called to the Ontario bar in 1999 and the Nova Scotia bar in 1997. Mr. MacLellan holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Dalhousie University (1990), a Bachelor of Laws from the University of New Brunswick (1995) and a Master of Laws from the London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London (1996). Mr. MacLellan currently serves as a director of Stakeholder Gold Corp. (TSX-V: SRC) and Hinterland Metals Inc. (TSX-V: HMI). He is a member of the Local (Ontario) and National Advisory Committees of the Exchange, and is also a member of the Exempt Market Advisory Committee of the Ontario Securities Commission. Mr. MacLellan was the contributing author to Halsbury’s Law of Canada – Securities, and is an adjunct professor of law at the University of New Brunswick where he teaches Corporate Transactions. He has also completed The Certificate in Mining Law program at Osgoode Hall Law School (2012).

Gordon Pridham

Mr. Gordon E. Pridham has been appointed as Chairman of the Board of CHC Student Housing Corp., with effect from 9 October 2014. He is President and CEO of Edgewater Capital Inc., a private investment company, and has over 25 years of experience in the financial services sector having financed and advised companies in public and private markets across a broad range of industry sectors. Pridham built and ran the investment banking groups at Deutsche Morgan Grenfell, Research Capital Corp. and Raymond James Ltd. Pridham serves as a director of Newalta Corp., U.S. Silver and Gold Inc., Titanium Corp. and RoxGold Inc.

Philip Gillin

Mr. Philip C. Gillin has been appointed as Director of CHC Student Housing Corp., with effect from 9 October 2014. He is Senior Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, Canadian Property Investments for Sun Life Investment Management Inc., and has 35 years of experience in the property investment sector. Prior to joining Sun Life Assurance in 1998, Gillin managed the real estate assets at a retailer in Canada, and prior to that he was with a real estate company.

Ronald Schwarz

Mr. Ronald J. Schwarz has been appointed as Director of CHC Student Housing Corp., with effect from 9 October 2014. Schwarz is an independent investor and capital markets professional with over 20 years of industry experience. From 2009 until 2012, he served as Executive Director of UBS Global Asset Management Canada, and prior to that, he was Managing Director and Head of Canadian Cash Equities at CIBC Wholesale Bank. Schwarz serves as a director of Noble Iron Inc.

Craig Smith

Mr. Craig Smith is the Director of CHC Student Housing Corp. Craig Smith is a recognized real estate industry professional with over 20 years of real estate experience specializing in investment sales and downtown office leasing in Toronto’s financial core and periphery areas. He is the President and Broker of Record of Ashlar Urban Realty Inc. (“Ashlar”), which he founded in July 1999. Ashlar is a full service 40 person commercial real estate firm in Toronto, Ontario, specializing in asset sales of land and buildings as well as downtown Toronto office and retail leasing. Mr. Smith is also a co-founder and director of CHC Realty Investments, a market leader in Canadian student housing that focuses on acquiring and managing purpose-built multi-residential student housing properties in close proximity to Canadian universities and colleges. Prior to founding Ashlar in July 1999, Mr. Smith was the general manager of both the Knowlton Realty and Torode Realty organizations. He has achieved success in several areas of commercial real estate over the past 20 years, ranging from entrepreneurial target acquisitions to institutional portfolio dispositions. Mr. Smith sits on various industry related boards, including the NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association (Greater Toronto Chapter), and is active with several organizations, including Slate Properties, as an acquisitions advisor. Mr. Smith’s family holding company, Smycorp Investments Inc., has been active in over a dozen joint venture partnerships with the Canadian real estate community and over the years, these various partnerships have made acquisitions from debt instruments (certificates) to hard assets such as office buildings and development sites. Mr. Smith obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario in June 1985.

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