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People: Points International Ltd (PCOM.O)

PCOM.O on Consolidated Issue listed on NASDAQ Capital Market

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MacLean, Robert 

Mr. Robert MacLean is Chief Executive Officer, Director of Points International Ltd. Mr. MacLean is a founder of the Corporation and has served as Chief Executive Officer of the Corporation since February 2000. As CEO, Mr. MacLean champions the vision for the Corporation and directs an exceptional team of executives. Mr. MacLean has led his team to deliver a suite of innovative technology solutions, earning a growing number of partnerships with the world’s leading loyalty programs. Prior to founding the Corporation, Mr. MacLean recorded an impressive list of leadership roles and achievements during 12 years in the airline and loyalty industry. As Vice President, Sales with Canadian Airlines, Mr. MacLean led a team of over 250 employees throughout North America, delivering over $2 billion in annual revenue. Mr. MacLean was also responsible for the airline’s awardwinning Canadian Plus loyalty program. In that role, he led his team to double the program’s revenues in just two years, to over CDN$120 million, as he repositioned it from a frequent flyer program to a broader loyalty program with over 100 partner relationships. His strong leadership was reflected in a dramatic turnaround in customer satisfaction levels for the Canadian Plus program. Mr. MacLean also served as Canadian Airline’s senior representative on the Oneworld™ Alliance’s Customer Loyalty Steering Committee. Mr. MacLean is an active member of the global loyalty community and speaks frequently at industry events worldwide. Mr. MacLean is a past member of the board of directors of Hope Air. Hope Air is a national charity that helps Canadians get to medical treatment when they cannot afford the flight costs. Mr. MacLean is a graduate of Acadia University.

Basic Compensation

Total Annual Compensation, USD 637,829
Restricted Stock Awards, USD 107,802
Long-Term Incentive Plans, USD --
All Other, USD 334,698
Fiscal Year Total, USD 1,080,330

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