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C. Richard Corl

C. Richard Corl is an advisor to Jaguar Capital Partners, a private equity investment firm. He was formerly Executive Vice President of Jaguar Acquisition Corporation, a public company (NASDAQ: JGACU.OB) formed to effect a merger, capital stock exchange or asset acquisition with an operating business in the financial services and payments industry.

Mr. Corl is also a member of the Board of Directors of PE Systems LLC, a specialty consulting and software firm focused on reducing merchant’s cost of accepting credit and debit cards.

Mr. Corl has been a leader in the financial services industry for over 25 years. He co-established the TeleCheck Services network, today the industry leader in check acceptance and a division of First Data Corporation. He sold this business to a NYSE company.

In 1992, Mr. Corl co-founded Princeton eCom Corporation, acquired by Online Resources in 2006, a leader in the electronic bill payment industry. As a member of the Board of Directors and Executive Vice President, his early strategic industry innovations led to the first consumer effected payment over the Internet.

In 2003, Mr. Corl became a member of the Board of Directors of PayQuik and in 2004 was named to the position of President until 2005. PayQuik operates a global, fully compliant, secure, cost-effective, scalable, white label transaction processing platform for the world’s money transfer industry. As President, he was pivotal in formulating strategic growth plans for PayQuik and continues to provide advice and counsel to the company.

He formerly served as a member of the Board of Directors and as a consultant to Ecount, acquired by Citigroup, which operates a branded stored value debit card platform which provides customized programs to corporations looking for simple and convenient ways to deliver electronic payments to consumers.

Mr. Corl is a frequent presenter at industry forums such as the National Automated Clearing House Association, Bank Administration Institute, American Bankers Association and the Federal Reserve Bank.

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