Storm Boswick

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Storm Boswick is a member of Brock Capital Group LLC and is the Founder and Portfolio Manager of Brompton Cross Capital Advisers LLC, a global technology, media and telecommunications long/short hedge fund and venture capital investor. Brompton Cross helped to lead the successful final private round of financing for Howstuffworks.com, acquired by Discovery Communications in November, 2007.

From January 2003 through May 2005, Mr. Boswick was the Global Media Sector Portfolio Manager at Sigma Capital, a long/short equity hedge fund and subsidiary of S.A.C. Capital.

From May 1996 through December 2002, Mr. Boswick worked at J&W Seligman & Co. He was a Partner of the firm as well as the Head of the New York Technology Investment Team which grew to 10 investment professionals and two dedicated lawyers from December 1998 through his departure. In addition, Mr. Boswick was the Founder and Co-Head of the Venture Capital group. During his tenure at J&W Seligman, Mr. Boswick held various positions, including Assistant Portfolio Manager of the Communications and Information Fund (top-ranked technology mutual fund), Assistant Portfolio Manager of the Global Technology Fund (top-ranked international technology mutual fund) and Co-Portfolio Manager of the New Technology and New Technology II Funds (top-ranked technology cross-over funds which included public market and venture capital investments).

From February 1994 through May 1996, Mr. Boswick was a Financial Analyst in the investment research department of Goldman, Sachs & Co. where he covered Publishing, Electronic Media and Internet for the top-ranked media and technology research team.

Prior to Goldman, Mr. Boswick was a Co-Founder and CFO of Macsimmum S.A.R.L., an importer/reseller of computers and related equipment based in Paris, France, where he worked from November 1991 through November 1993.

Mr. Boswick is the author of the award winning Guide to the Universities of Europe, a reference guide to higher education and post graduate opportunities published in 1991.

Mr. Boswick graduated with honours from the University of St. Andrews, Fife, Scotland, with an M.A. in Economic History and International Relations.