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Origo Acquisition Corp (OACQ.OQ)

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Edward Fred

57 2016 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director

Jose Aldeanueva

48 2016 Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, Secretary, Director

Jeffrey Gutovich

61 2016 Director

Stephen Pudles

57 2016 Director

Barry Rodgers

77 2016 Director

Biographies

Name Description

Edward Fred

Mr. Edward J. Fred is the President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company. He brings over 35 years of experience in the executive and financial management of publicly-traded and privately-held companies, including nearly 30 years in the aerospace and defense industry. Mr. Fred retired from CPI Aerostructures, Inc. in March 2014 having been an officer commencing in February 1995 and a director commencing in January 1999. He was CPI’s controller from February 1995 to April 1998, when he was appointed chief financial officer, a position he held until June 2003 and then from January 2004 to May 2004. He was executive vice president from May 2000 until December 2001 and was appointed President in January 2002 and Chief Executive Officer in January 2003 and served in such capacities until he retired. For approximately ten years prior to joining CPI, Mr. Fred served in various positions for the international division of Grumman, where he last held the position of controller. Mr. Fred serves on the Board of Trustees of Island Harvest and is active in The March of Dimes, the Sid Jacobson Community Center, 1 in 9 Breast Cancer Action Coalition - Hewlett House (co-founder of a golf outing that has raised nearly $500,000 for this cause), the Salvation Army, the Coalition Against Child Abuse & Neglect, the Children’s Sports Connection, and The Cradle of Aviation. Mr. Fred holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Dowling College and an Executive MBA from Hofstra University.

Jose Aldeanueva

Mr. Jose M. Aldeanueva is the Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, Secretary, Director of the Company. He brings 20 years of strategic advisory, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and industrial operations experience. Mr. Aldeanueva founded Stone Capital, an independent advisory practice focused on founder-owned growth companies and direct private investments, in 2007. Since its founding, Stone Capital has advised NASDAQ-listed and privately held companies in a broad range of industries such as energy, telecom services, financial services, real estate, private banking, and aviation and aerospace. Prior to Stone Capital, Mr. Aldeanueva held global client responsibilities for the energy sector with HSBC Corporate Investment Banking and Markets in New York from 2005 to 2007. His previous experience includes investment banking roles with Credit Suisse, PaineWebber and Hill Street Capital, as well as industrial operating roles with General Electric. Mr. Aldeanueva holds an MBA from the University of Chicago, a M.S. in Industrial Engineering from Columbia University and a BS in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Notre Dame.

Jeffrey Gutovich

Mr. Jeffrey J. Gutovich is the Director of the Company. He brings over 30 years of entrepreneurial and executive experience that includes financial services, aviation and aerospace buy-out and operations. In February 2004, Mr. Gutovich founded Sentry Financial Services Group, Inc., a Los Angeles-based firm specialized in wealth preservation, tax minimization, and insurance strategies across a broad asset spectrum that includes aviation and aerospace, and has served as its Chief Executive Officer since its founding. Prior to Sentry, Mr. Gutovich co-founded Financial Resources Group, a professional services practice specialized in insurance, retirement and estate planning, employee benefits, and asset management, in 1986. Also in 1986, Mr. Gutovich was a partner in the leverage buyout team that acquired four operating companies from Lear Siegler, a Fortune 500 industrial conglomerate. He served as an executive officer of the new entity, BFM Aerospace Corporation, where he was responsible for corporate human resources and risk management. BFM Aerospace was sold in 1992. Mr. Gutovich began his career in 1975 as a corporate pilot. He currently maintains his commercial pilot credentials and consults with other families that have an interest in aviation related assets or activities.

Stephen Pudles

Mr. Stephen B. Pudles is the Director of the Company. He brings over 30 years of executive experience in the aerospace, electronics and defense industries. Mr. Pudles has been retired since 2013. Prior to his retirement, Mr. Pudles served as the Chief Executive Officer of Spectral Response, an electronic contract manufacturing services company that was sold to Hunter Technology in 2014. Prior to this, Mr. Pudles was with API Nanotronics Corp. where he was Chief Executive Officer from April 2008 to June 2011 and a director from November 2008 to June 2011. From 2000 until joining API, Mr. Pudles was employed by OnCore Manufacturing Services LLC (formerly known as Nu Visions Manufacturing LLC) (“OnCore”), where he served as President and CEO from 2002 to 2007, Executive Vice President from 2007 until joining API, and Vice President from 2000 to 2001. OnCore is a contract manufacturer of printed circuit boards and other electronic hardware. Previously, he has held senior management positions with Tanon Manufacturing, Electronic Associates, IEC and Restor Industries. Mr. Pudles has a Masters of Science in management and a Bachelor of Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.

Barry Rodgers

Mr. Barry Rodgers is the Director of the Company. He brings 50 years of entrepreneurial and executive experience, including over 30 years in the aerospace, defense, and electronics industries. Mr. Rodgers is the founder of Rodgers Consulting Services, an independent corporate advisory practice he founded in September 2010. Mr. Rodgers’ aerospace background includes a 20-year career with Lear Siegler, a Fortune 500 industrial conglomerate with a leading aerospace and defense business. The company was acquired by Forstmann Little & Co in a leveraged buy-out in December 1986. Prior to the leveraged buy-out, Mr. Rodgers served as Corporate Vice President for all of Lear Siegler’s Electronics and Material Handling Companies from July 1985 until December 1986. After the leveraged buy-out, he was responsible for managing the companies initially identified as divestitures under Forstmann Little’s ownership that ended in June 1987. During his career at Lear Siegler, Mr. Rodgers held a variety of engineering and executive roles of increasing responsibility that included work in the field of unmanned aircraft vehicles for the U.S. Air Force and the design and implementation of digital Fly by Wire systems for a variety of military aircraft. After leaving Lear Siegler in April 1987, Mr. Rodgers was one of three founders of an investments firm, Raebarn Partners, which orchestrated a leveraged buy-out of a number of Lear Siegler businesses to form BFM Aerospace in November 1987. He served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BFM Aerospace from its formation in November 1987 until its sale was completed in October 1992. Following the sale of BFM Aerospace, Mr. Rodgers founded Medox in April 1993, a medical equipment company that was sold to its Japanese partners in June 1995. Mr. Rodgers earned a ME from UCLA and an MSc from Cranfield Institute of Technology in the UK. During 1995, he became a Member of the Board of Trustees of Chapman University in Orange, California.

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