SCOTT SCHWEITZER

SCOTT SCHWEITZER

CFO

Mr. Schweitzer is the Chief Financial Officer of LCR Capital Partners. Prior to joining LCR, Scott launched Fox Point Capital Management, a Julian Robertson-seeded long-short global equity hedge fund in 2006, with peak assets of over $1.5 billon. During that time he was responsible for all non-investment related activities including financing, trading, operations, technology, risk, human resources, legal, compliance, fund administration, and management company affairs. Prior to Fox Point, Scott worked in the Prime Brokerage Division at Deutsche Bank where he facilitated short sales for top-tier hedge funds to implement arbitrage, hedging, and directional strategies. Scott began his career in the United States Air Force at the Space & Missile Systems Center. He first served as Chief of Algorithm Development for Space-Based Infrared System, then as Manager of Next-Generation Decryption Devices for Global Positioning System. In between assignments, he was designated as a Diplomatic Liaison Officer to the Saudi Arabian Royal Air Force in Riyadh prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom. Scott graduated Phi Beta Kappa from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Mathematics and received his Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.

SCOTT SCHWEITZER, CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

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Mr. Schweitzer is the Chief Financial Officer of LCR Capital Partners.

Prior to joining LCR, Scott launched Fox Point Capital Management, a Julian Robertson-seeded long-short global equity hedge fund in 2006, with peak assets of over $1.5 billon. During that time he was responsible for all non-investment related activities including financing, trading, operations, technology, risk, human resources, legal, compliance, fund administration, and management company affairs.

Prior to Fox Point, Scott worked in the Prime Brokerage Division at Deutsche Bank where he facilitated short sales for top-tier hedge funds to implement arbitrage, hedging, and directional strategies.

Scott began his career in the United States Air Force at the Space & Missile Systems Center. He first served as Chief of Algorithm Development for Space-Based Infrared System, then as Manager of Next-Generation Decryption Devices for Global Positioning System. In between assignments, he was designated as a Diplomatic Liaison Officer to the Saudi Arabian Royal Air Force in Riyadh prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Scott graduated Phi Beta Kappa from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a degree in Mathematics and received his Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School.