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This excerpt taken from the AMIC DEF 14A filed Apr 30, 2009.

NOMINEES FOR ELECTION TO THE BOARD


 

Director, Year First

Elected as Director


Age

Principal Occupation,

Business and Directorships

EDWARD A. BENNETT,

1998

62

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board since June 2001; from 2000 to 2001, a Partner of (212) Ventures, a venture capital firm dedicated to investing in infrastructure and wireless internet services and technologies; from 1997 until 2002, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bennett Media Collaborative, a new media, internet and technology consulting company;  President and Chief Executive Officer of Prodigy Ventures, an internet/ technology investment firm, from June 1996 to June 1997, and President and Chief Executive Officer of Prodigy Services Corporation, an internet services company, from April 1995 to June 1996; prior to that,  President and Chief Executive Officer at VH-1 Networks from 1989 to 1994, and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Viacom Cable from 1979 to 1989.

EDWARD NETTER,

2002

76

Chairman of the Board and a Director of IHC since December 1990; Chief Executive Officer of IHC from December 1990 until January 2000; Chairman of the Board since February 1978 and a Director since 1977 of Geneve Corporation (“Geneve”); since January 1998, a Director of The Aristotle Corporation (“Aristotle”), a publicly held company with its principal executive offices in Stamford, Connecticut, which is a leading manufacturer and global distributor of educational, health and agricultural products.



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MYRON M. PICOULT,

2002

67

Since April 2004, a self-employed independent insurance consultant; from July 2002 through April 2004, an advisor working exclusively for Lazard Freres & Company, an investment bank located in New York, New York, with regard to all facets of the insurance industry; from July 1996 through July 2002, a Senior Advisor at Dresdner Klienwort Wasserstein, an investment bank located in New York, New York; from August 1995 to July 1996, a Managing Director and Senior Insurance Analyst for First Manhattan Company, an investment firm located in New York, New York; from June 1979 to June 1995, a Managing Director and Senior Insurance Analyst for Oppenheimer & Company, Inc., an investment bank located in New York, New York; from February 1971 through May 1979, a Limited Partner and Senior Insurance Analyst for Bear, Stearns and Company, an investment bank located in New York, New York.


RONALD I. SIMON,

1995

70

Chairman of the Board from August 1997 until April 1999, Vice Chairman of the Board from April 1999 to February 2001, Acting Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer from February 2001 through May 2001, Chairman of the Compensation Committee since January 2003, and a member of the Audit Committee since January 2005; from May 1997 through April 2000, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Western Water Company, and a Director of the company from September 1999 to September 2001; a Director of Collateral Therapeutics Inc., a developer of non-surgical gene therapy procedures for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, from May 1999 through July 2002, when the company was acquired by Schering, AG; from January 2006 through January 2009,  a Director of Cardium Therapeutics, a company formed to acquire and further develop the procedures originally developed by Collateral Therapeutics; from August 2001 through June 2002, Chief Financial Officer of Wingcast, Inc., a joint venture of Ford Motor Company and Qualcomm, Inc.; from April 2003 through April 2005, Director of BDI Investment Corp., a closely held regulated investment company; from March 2003 through February 2006, a Director of WFS Financial, Inc., one of the nation’s largest independent automobile finance companies.

ROY T.K. THUNG,

2002

65

Since November 2002, Chief Executive Officer and President; Chief Executive Officer, President and a Director of IHC since January 2000; from July 1999 to December 1999, President, Chief Operating Officer and a Director of IHC; from November 1993 to July 1999, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and a Director of IHC; from October 1993 to July 1999, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Geneve; since July 1999, Executive Vice President of Geneve; since June 2002, a Director of Aristotle.

 

 

 



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MARTIN E. WINTER,

2002

55

Chairman of the Audit Committee since December 2002; since September 2003, a Managing Director of Alvarez & Marsal, a global diversified professional services firm, which assists companies to solve problems and unlock value; from 2002 to 2005, Chief Executive Officer of Independent Board Advisory Services, located in New York, New York, which provides clearly defined solutions and objective financial analysis to audit committees and boards of directors of publicly held companies, and was affiliated with Alvarez & Marsal; from 1988 to September 2002, a principal (since 1994), Senior Vice President and Director, and Chief Financial Officer and other positions at various times, with MD Sass Investors Services, Inc. and affiliated companies, a privately held investment management firm; for more than five years prior to 2000, Secretary and Treasurer of Corporate Renaissance Group, Inc., a publicly traded business development company.



This excerpt taken from the AMIC DEF 14A filed Apr 29, 2008.

NOMINEES FOR ELECTION TO THE BOARD


 

Director, Year First Elected as Director


Age

Principal Occupation,

Business and Directorships

EDWARD A. BENNETT,

1998

61

Non-Executive Chairman of the Board since June 2001; from 2000 to 2001, a Partner of (212) Ventures, a venture capital firm dedicated to investing in infrastructure and wireless internet services and technologies; from 1997 until 2002, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bennett Media Collaborative, a new media, internet and technology consulting company;  President and Chief Executive Officer of Prodigy Ventures, an internet/ technology investment firm, from June 1996 to June 1997, and President and Chief Executive Officer of Prodigy Services Corporation, an internet services company, from April 1995 to June 1996; prior to that,  President and Chief Executive Officer at VH-1 Networks from 1989 to 1994, and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Viacom Cable from 1979 to 1989.

EDWARD NETTER,

2002

75

Chairman of the Board and a Director of IHC since December 1990; Chief Executive Officer of IHC from December 1990 until January 2000; Chairman of the Board since February 1978 and a Director since 1977 of Geneve Corporation (“Geneve”); since January 1998, a Director of The Aristotle Corporation (“Aristotle”), a publicly held company with its principal executive offices in Stamford, Connecticut, which is a leading manufacturer and global distributor of educational, health and agricultural products.



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MYRON M. PICOULT,

2002

66

Since April 2004, a self-employed independent insurance consultant; from July 2002 through April 2004, an advisor working exclusively for Lazard Freres & Company, an investment bank located in New York, New York, with regard to all facets of the insurance industry; from July 1996 through July 2002, a Senior Advisor at Dresdner Klienwort Wasserstein, an investment bank located in New York, New York; from August 1995 to July 1996, a Managing Director and Senior Insurance Analyst for First Manhattan Company, an investment firm located in New York, New York; from June 1979 to June 1995, a Managing Director and Senior Insurance Analyst for Oppenheimer & Company, Inc., an investment bank located in New York, New York; from February 1971 through May 1979, a Limited Partner and Senior Insurance Analyst for Bear, Stearns and Company, an investment bank located in New York, New York.

RONALD I. SIMON,

1995

69

Chairman of the Board from August 1997 until April 1999, Vice Chairman of the Board from April 1999 to February 2001, Acting Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer from February 2001 through May 2001, Chairman of the Compensation Committee since January 2003, and a member of the Audit Committee since January 2005; from May 1997 through April 2000, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Western Water Company, and a Director of the company from September 1999 to September 2001; a Director of Collateral Therapeutics Inc., a developer of non-surgical gene therapy procedures for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, from May 1999 through July 2002, when the company was acquired by Schering, AG; since January 2006, a Director of Cardium Therapeutics, a company formed to acquire and further develop the procedures originally developed by Collateral Therapeutics; from August 2001 through June 2002, Chief Financial Officer of Wingcast, Inc., a joint venture of Ford Motor Company and Qualcomm, Inc.; from April 2003 through April 2005, Director of BDI Investment Corp., a closely held regulated investment company; from March 2003 through February 2006, a Director of WFS Financial, Inc., one of the nation’s largest independent automobile finance companies.

ROY T.K. THUNG,

2002

64

Since November 2002, Chief Executive Officer and President; Chief Executive Officer, President and a Director of IHC since January 2000; from July 1999 to December 1999, President, Chief Operating Officer and a Director of IHC; from November 1993 to July 1999, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and a Director of IHC; from October 1993 to July 1999, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Geneve; since July 1999, Executive Vice President of Geneve; since June 2002, a Director of Aristotle.

MARTIN E. WINTER,

2002

54

Chairman of the Audit Committee since December 2002; since September 2003, a Managing Director of Alvarez & Marsal, a global diversified professional services firm, which assists companies to solve problems and unlock value; from 2002 to 2005, Chief Executive Officer of Independent Board Advisory Services (“IBAS”), located in New York, New York, which provides clearly defined solutions and objective financial analysis to audit committees and boards of directors of publicly held companies, and was affiliated with Alvarez & Marsal; from 1988 to September, 2002, a principal (since 1994), Senior Vice President and Director, and Chief Financial Officer and other positions at various times, with MD Sass Investors Services, Inc. and affiliated companies, a privately held investment management firm; for more than five years prior to 2000, Secretary and Treasurer of Corporate Renaissance Group, Inc., a publicly traded business development company.



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This excerpt taken from the AMIC DEF 14A filed Apr 30, 2007.
NOMINEES FOR ELECTION TO THE BOARD
 
             
          Principal Occupation,
Director, Year First Elected as Director
  Age    
Business and Directorships
 
EDWARD A. BENNETT, 1998
    60     Non-Executive Chairman of the Board since June 2001; from 2000 to 2001, a Partner of (212) Ventures, a venture capital firm dedicated to investing in infrastructure and wireless internet services and technologies; from 1997 until 2002, President and Chief Executive Officer of Bennett Media Collaborative, a new media, internet and technology consulting company; President and Chief Executive Officer of Prodigy Ventures, an internet/ technology investment firm, from June 1996 to June 1997, and President and Chief Executive Officer of Prodigy Services Corporation, an internet services company, from April 1995 to June 1996; prior to that, President and Chief Executive Officer at VH-1 Networks from 1989 to 1994, and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Viacom Cable from 1979 to 1989.
EDWARD NETTER, 2002
    74     Chairman of the Board and a Director of IHC since December 1990; Chief Executive Officer of IHC from December 1990 until January 2000; Chairman of the Board since February 1978 and a Director since 1977 of Geneve Corporation (“Geneve”); since January 1998, a Director of The Aristotle Corporation (“Aristotle”), a publicly held company with its principal executive offices in Stamford, Connecticut, which is a leading manufacturer and global distributor of educational, health and agricultural products.


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Table of Contents

             
          Principal Occupation,
Director, Year First Elected as Director
  Age    
Business and Directorships
 
MYRON M. PICOULT, 2002
    65     Since April 2004, a self-employed independent insurance consultant; from July 2002 through April 2004, an advisor working exclusively for Lazard Freres & Company, an investment bank located in New York, New York, with regard to all facets of the insurance industry; from July 1996 through July 2002, a Senior Advisor at Dresdner Klienwort Wasserstein, an investment bank located in New York, New York; from August 1995 to July 1996, a Managing Director and Senior Insurance Analyst for First Manhattan Company, an investment firm located in New York, New York; from June 1979 to June 1995, a Managing Director and Senior Insurance Analyst for Oppenheimer & Company, Inc., an investment bank located in New York, New York; from February 1971 through May 1979, a Limited Partner and Senior Insurance Analyst for Bear, Stearns and Company, an investment bank located in New York, New York.
RONALD I. SIMON, 1995
    68     Chairman of the Board from August 1997 until April 1999, Vice Chairman of the Board from April 1999 to February 2001, Acting Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer from February 2001 through May 2001, Chairman of the Compensation Committee since January 2003, and a member of the Audit Committee since January 2005; from May 1997 through April 2000, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Western Water Company, and a Director of the company from September 1999 to September 2001; a Director of Collateral Therapeutics Inc., a developer of non-surgical gene therapy procedures for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, from May 1999 through July 2002, when the company was acquired by Schering, AG; since January 2006, a Director of Cardium Therapeutics, a company formed to acquire and further develop the procedures originally developed by Collateral Therapeutics; from August 2001 through June 2002, Chief Financial Officer of Wingcast, Inc., a joint venture of Ford Motor Company and Qualcomm, Inc.; from April 2003 through April 2005, Director of BDI Investment Corp., a closely held regulated investment company; from March 2003 through February 2006, a Director of WFS Financial, Inc., one of the nation’s largest independent automobile finance companies.
ROY T.K. THUNG, 2002
    63     Since November 2002, Chief Executive Officer and President; Chief Executive Officer, President and a Director of IHC since January 2000; from July 1999 to December 1999, President, Chief Operating Officer and a Director of IHC; from November 1993 to July 1999, Executive Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and a Director of IHC; from October 1993 to July 1999, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Geneve; since July 1999, Executive Vice President of Geneve; since June 2002, a Director of Aristotle.

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Table of Contents

             
          Principal Occupation,
Director, Year First Elected as Director
  Age    
Business and Directorships
 
MARTIN E. WINTER, 2002
    53     Chairman of the Audit Committee since December 2002; since September 2003, a Managing Director of Alvarez & Marsal, a global diversified professional services firm, which assists companies to solve problems and unlock value; from 2002 to 2005, Chief Executive Officer of Independent Board Advisory Services (“IBAS”), located in New York, New York, which provides clearly defined solutions and objective financial analysis to audit committees and boards of directors of publicly held companies, and was affiliated with Alvarez & Marsal; from 1988 to September, 2002, a principal (since 1994), Senior Vice President and Director, and Chief Financial Officer and other positions at various times, with MD Sass Investors Services, Inc. and affiliated companies, a privately held investment management firm; for more than five years prior to 2000, Secretary and Treasurer of Corporate Renaissance Group, Inc., a publicly traded business development company.
 
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