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Board of Directors

David Adams – Chairman of the Board

Mr. Adams served as the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Aimia Inc. from 2007 until his retirement in March, 2016. At the time of his retirement, Aimia Inc. was a publicly traded global data driven marketing and loyalty analytics company which had close to 4,000 employees in 20 countries and owned and operated well known coalition loyalty programs such as Aeroplan in Canada and Nectar in the UK. He currently serves on the Board of Directors and is Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Nominating and Governance Committee of Cardlytics Inc. (Nasdaq), a transaction based marketing company headquartered in Atlanta. He is a non-executive director, Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Remuneration Committee of TCC Global, a private global loyalty company. He is also on the Board of Directors of Plan International Canada where he is Chair of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee and a member of the Audit Committee. He is Chair of the Finance Committee and a member of the Board of Governors of the Stratford Festival, North America’s largest classical repertory theater company. He is also a member of the Stratford Shakespearean Festival Endowment Foundation of Canada Board.

Until he resigned in December 2018, Mr. Adams served on the Board of Directors and Audit and Human Resource Committees of Club Premier, AeroMexico’s frequent flyer program and previously was a board member of Nectar Italia and Prisma in Brazil.

Before joining Aimia, Mr. Adams was Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Photowatt Technologies Inc. Prior to Photowatt, he acted as Senior Vice President Finance and Chief Financial Officer of SR Telecom Inc. Mr. Adams has also previously held a variety of executive positions at CAE Inc., a global market leader in the production of flight simulators and control systems. Prior to these roles, Mr. Adams held a number of progressively senior roles with the Bank of Nova Scotia and Clarkson Gordon (Ernst & Young).

Mr. Adams is a CPA, CA and holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Finance Degree from the University of Toronto and has completed the Stanford Executive Program.

Leontine van Leeuwen-Atkins – Director

Ms. van Leeuwen-Atkins (Atkins) is a board member of Seven Generations Energy, Canada’s largest condensate and Montney natural gas producer. She also serves on the Board of Directors of Calgary Economic Development (Chair of the Audit Committee) and the Board of Directors of Cameco Corporation (TSX and NYSE).

Ms. Atkins previously served, until the end of 2018, as a board member of KPMG Canada LLP’s Board of Directors, and served on the Acquisitions and Admissions and Succession committees. Ms. Atkins served as a Partner at KPMG Canada from 2006 until early 2019 and was previously a Partner at KPMG Netherlands until she moved to Canada in 2006.

Ms. Atkins has extensive experience in M&A and post-merger integration, as well as transaction and deal advisory. Ms. Atkins is a member of the Executive Committee of the Calgary Chapter of the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) and is an Alumni of, and guest speaker with, ICD’s Director Education programme at the University of Calgary, Haskayne School of Business.

In addition to her CPA, CA and ICD.D designation, Ms. Atkins holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Acadia University and a Masters of Business Administration from Dalhousie University.

Christopher J.D. Barnard – Director

Mr. Barnard is a founder of Points. As President of Points and its subsidiary Inc., Mr. Barnard is currently responsible for corporate strategy, corporate development and investor relations. He has also held various interim operating positions at Points including Chief Financial Officer, as well as being responsible for both product development and marketing.

Mr. Barnard has been instrumental in developing significant commercial relationships and key strategic partnerships with various parties over the company’s history and in 2015 he was named as one of the 100 most influential leaders in Fintech globally. In his corporate development capacity, Mr. Barnard has been instrumental in raising capital for Points, including multiple equity financings and a strategic investment from InterActive Corp/IAC, a New York based, NASDAQ 100 leading internet firm. He also led Points’ corporate acquisitions of MilePoint, PointsHound and Crew Marketing as well as the strategic partnership with Amadeus IT Group S.A.

In 1998, Mr. Barnard co-founded Canada’s first internet business incubator, Exclamation International, from which Points was created. Prior to Exclamation, Mr. Barnard was with HDL Capital, a Toronto boutique merchant bank. While at HDL he assisted a number of companies in entering the public markets, including which was, at the time, one of Canada’s most notable internet technology stories.

Mr. Barnard holds a Masters of Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business in London, Ontario.

Michael Beckerman – Director

Mr. Beckerman’s sales and marketing career spans over twenty years, three continents and several industries. During this time he has worked on both the client and agency side of the business.

His experience has included senior roles in Canada, Europe and Asia, and culminated with responsibility for NIKE’s key U.S. retailers. Based in Hong Kong, Mr. Beckerman was responsible for the marketing of the NIKE brand across Asia-Pacific with a specific emphasis on advertising, promotions and sponsorship. He also served as Marketing Director for NIKE Germany and Director of Advertising for Europe and was at the helm when NIKE was named Brand of the Year. He later took over responsibilities for NIKE’s European retail efforts.

Following NIKE, Mr. Beckerman served as Vice President, Marketing for Canadian Airlines. He led a comprehensive rebranding effort that touched everything from employee engagement, market research, product development and brand identity systems prior to heading up Marketing and International expansion for e-commerce site This was a high profile company that had Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky and John Elway as lead investors. Mr. Beckerman and his team were some of the pioneers of on-line metrics around basket size, cost per acquisition and on-line customer experience metrics. The brand and web-site design and development are still used as benchmarks in the industry.

In 2001, Mr. Beckerman took on the role of Chief Marketing Officer for Bank of Montreal. He was responsible for increasing the marketing orientation and customer focus throughout that organization. While there, reporting to the CEO, he led the development of new brand identities for both its Canadian and U.S. operations which involved more than 1,000 retail locations and over 30,000 employees.

Mr. Beckerman is currently the President and CEO of MKTG Canada, a global lifestyle marketing agency. Prior to this role, Mr. Beckerman was the CEO of Ariad Communications and Bluespire Marketing. Ariad enjoyed record growth during his tenure. Ariad was an agency specializing in branding and on-line communications. Ariad won numerous domestic and international awards and was named as one of the Top Places to Work in Canada.

Mr. Beckerman is a sought after speaker on marketing trends, branding and consumer behaviour. He is a frequent judge for industry events and asked to sit on numerous industry panels. He also enjoys taking his marketing experience to help some charities and foundations sharpen their strategic focus, clearly articulate their cause and generate more funds for their charity.

Bruce Croxon – Director

Mr. Croxon was a founder of Lavalife, a category leader and internationally recognized brand in the online dating industry. He was instrumental in growing the company to just under $100 million in revenue and was CEO when the company was sold to Vertrue, Inc. in 2004 and remained CEO until midway through 2006.

Mr. Croxon has since been active as both an investor and advisor in early stage companies in the technology and hospitality sectors. He is currently the Managing Partner of Round13 Capital, a fund that invests in early stage digital businesses in Canada. He is also active in a number of charities, including Food Allergy Canada and Helping Hands Jamaica.

T. Robert MacLean – Director

Mr. MacLean is a founder of Points and has served as Chief Executive Officer of Points since its beginnings in February 2000. As CEO, Mr. MacLean champions the vision for Points and directs an exceptional team of executives. Mr. MacLean has led his team to deliver a suite of innovative solutions for the global loyalty industry, earning a growing number of partnerships with the world’s leading loyalty programs as well as numerous industry technology providers.

Prior to founding Points, 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 International, Mr. MacLean led a team throughout North America, delivering over $2 billion in annual revenue. Mr. MacLean was responsible for the airline’s award-winning Canadian Plus loyalty program and also served as Canadian Airlines’ senior representative on the Oneworld™ Alliance’s Customer Loyalty Steering Committee.

Mr. MacLean is an active member of the global loyalty community and has spoken frequently at industry events worldwide.

Mr. MacLean is a member of the board of directors of Prodigy Ventures, a TSXV listed technology company, and 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 also sits on multiple advisory boards in the technology industry.

Mr. MacLean is a graduate of Acadia University.

Jane Skoblo – Director

Ms. Skoblo is currently the Vice President Digital Operations at Rogers Communications, a position she has held since October 2017. Ms. Skoblo has extensive financial and business experience having acted in various senior financial positions through her career, including as CFO of AMEX Bank of Canada and Vice President Finance, Consumer and Small Business Cards. Previously, she was CFO and COO of myNext Mortgage Company and Mortgage Architects Inc. She also has experience in the loyalty industry, having acted as CFO, Global Rewards Finance for American Express (USA).

Ms. Skoblo currently sits on the board of Allstate Canada Group, a wholly owned Canadian subsidiary of Allstate Corporation (USA), and also sits on the board of the Community Trust Company, a privately held federally regulated Canadian financial institution. Ms. Skoblo has been appointed to the inaugural Board of Directors for New Digital Research Infrastructure Organization (NDRIO), a national not-for-profit organization that will support a collaborative and agile digital research infrastructure community across Canada. Ms. Skoblo will chair the Audit, Finance and Risk Committee, as well as the Investment Committee for NDRIO.

Ms. Skoblo also is a member of the Advisory Board at the University of Waterloo School of Accounting and Finance. Ms. Skoblo was previously a board member of AMEX Bank of Canada between 2011 and 2016.

Ms. Skoblo holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business, York University. She also holds a CPA, CITP designation (from the AICPA), as well as an ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors and has completed the Director’s Education Program.

John Thompson – Director

Mr. Thompson has 28 years of executive experience with a range of private and public companies.

From 1999 to 2003, Mr. Thompson was a managing director of Kensington Capital Partners, the investment and advisory firm that did the first fund raise for Points in September 2000. At that time Mr. Thompson made his first investment in Points and has held it since.

Prior to joining Kensington, Mr. Thompson spent more than twenty years with Loblaw Companies Limited, Canada’s leading grocery chain, last serving as Executive Vice President and prior to that as Senior Vice President, Finance and Administration. Mr. Thompson’s responsibilities at Loblaws included, amongst other things, responsibility for human resources and President’s Choice, one of the largest, most recognized and most profitable brands in Canada.

Mr. Thompson is currently a member of the Governing Council of the Sunnybrook Foundation, the fundraising foundation for Sunnybrook Hospital, a premier academic health sciences centre in Canada, that is fully affiliated with the University of Toronto. He is a past member of the Board of Governors and Chair of the Finance Committee of The Corporation of Roy Thomson Hall and Massey Hall, two of Canada’s finest concert venues.

Mr. Thompson holds an Honours Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. Mr. Thompson is also a CPA, CA.