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This excerpt taken from the SFI DEF 14A filed Apr 27, 2009.

The Compensation Committee

        The Compensation Committee is responsible for overseeing the Company's executive compensation programs. The principal responsibilities of the Compensation Committee are:

    To review management's recommendations and advise management and the board on broad compensation programs and policies such as salary ranges, annual incentive bonuses and long-term incentive plans, including equity-based compensation programs.

    To establish performance objectives for the chief executive officer, review performance objectives established for other senior executives of the Company and evaluate the performance of such executives relative to these objectives, in connection with the Compensation Committee's overall review of executive compensation.

    To make recommendations regarding the base salary, cash incentive bonus, equity-based incentive awards and other compensation for the chief executive officer of the Company.

    To approve base salaries, cash incentive bonuses, equity-based incentive awards and other compensation for other officers and employees of the Company with base salaries in excess of $200,000 per year (which includes all officers who are subject to Section 16(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended).

    To administer the issuance of any award under the Company's long term incentive plans and other equity compensation programs.

    To retain and oversee third party consultants to assist with the Compensation Committee's activities, from time to time.

    To oversee the Company's performance evaluation practices and procedures.

    To perform such other duties and responsibilities pertaining to compensation matters as may be assigned to the Compensation Committee by the board or the Chairman of the board.

    To review the Compensation Discussion and Analysis for inclusion in this proxy statement.

        The members of the Compensation Committee are Robert W. Holman, Jr. (Chairman), Robin Josephs and Jeffrey A. Weber. Each of the current members of the Compensation Committee is independent as defined by the Compensation Committee's charter and the NYSE listing standards. The Compensation Committee operates under a written charter that was originally adopted by the board in 2001 and was amended in 2003. A copy of the charter may be found on our website at www.istarfinancial.com and will be provided in print, without charge, to any shareholder who requests a copy. The Compensation Committee met 12 times during 2008, including meetings held in person and by telephone conference call.

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

The Compensation Committee

        The Compensation Committee is responsible for overseeing the company's executive compensation programs. The principal responsibilities of the Compensation Committee are:

    To review management's recommendations and advise management and the Board on broad compensation programs and policies such as salary ranges, annual incentive bonuses and long-term incentive plans, including equity-based compensation programs.

    To establish performance objectives for the Chief Executive Officer, review performance objectives established for other senior executives of the company and evaluate the performance of such executives relative to these objectives, in connection with the Compensation Committee's overall review of executive compensation.

    To make recommendations to the Board regarding the base salary, cash incentive bonus, equity-based incentive awards and other compensation for the Chief Executive Officer of the company.

    To approve base salaries, cash incentive bonuses, equity-based incentive awards and other compensation for other officers and employees of the company with base salaries in excess of $200,000 per year (which includes all officers who are subject to Section 16(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended).

    To administer the issuance of any award under the company's 2006 Long-Term Incentive Plan, the 2007 Incentive Compensation Plan and any future long term incentive plans and other equity compensation programs.

    To retain and oversee third party consultants to assist with the Compensation Committee's activities, from time to time.

    To oversee the company's performance evaluation practices and procedures.

    To perform such other duties and responsibilities pertaining to compensation matters as may be assigned to the Compensation Committee by the Board or the Chairman of the Board.

    To review the Compensation Discussion and Analysis for inclusion in this proxy statement.

        The members of the Compensation Committee are Robin Josephs (Chairperson), John G. McDonald and Jeffrey A. Weber. Each of the current members of the Compensation Committee is independent as defined by the Compensation Committee's charter and the NYSE listing standards. The Compensation Committee operates under a written charter that was originally adopted by the Board in 2001 and was amended in 2003. A copy of the charter may be found on our website at

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www.istarfinancial.com and will be provided in print, without charge, to any shareholder who requests a copy. The Compensation Committee met 11 times during 2007, including meetings held in person and by telephone conference call.

This excerpt taken from the SFI DEF 14A filed Apr 27, 2007.

The Compensation Committee

The Compensation Committee is responsible for overseeing the company’s executive compensation programs. The principal responsibilities of the Compensation Committee are:

·       To review management’s recommendations and advise management and the Board on broad compensation programs and policies such as salary ranges, annual incentive bonuses and long-term incentive plans, including equity-based compensation programs.

·       To establish performance objectives for the Chief Executive Officer, review performance objectives established for other senior executives of the company and evaluate the performance of such executives relative to these objectives, in connection with the Compensation Committee’s overall review of executive compensation.

·       To make recommendations to the Board regarding the base salary, cash incentive bonus, equity-based incentive awards and other compensation for the Chief Executive Officer of the company.

·       To approve base salaries, cash incentive bonuses, equity-based incentive awards and other compensation for other officers and employees of the company with base salaries in excess of $200,000 per year (which includes all officers who are subject to Section 16(b) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended).

·       To administer the issuance of any award under the company’s 2006 Long-Term Incentive Plan, the 2007 Incentive Compensation Plan (if approved by shareholders at the annual meeting) and any future long-term incentive plans and other equity compensation programs.

·       To retain and oversee third party consultants to assist with the Compensation Committee’s activities, from time to time.

·       To oversee the company’s performance evaluation practices and procedures.

·       To perform such other duties and responsibilities pertaining to compensation matters as may be assigned to the Compensation Committee by the Board or the Chairman of the Board.

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·       To review the Compensation Discussion and Analysis for inclusion in this proxy statement.

The members of the Compensation Committee are Robin Josephs (Chairperson), John G. McDonald and Jeffrey A. Weber. Each of the current members of the Compensation Committee is independent as defined by the Compensation Committee’s charter and the NYSE listing standards. The Compensation Committee operates under a written charter that was originally adopted by the Board in 2001 and was amended in 2003. A copy of the charter may be found on our website at www.istarfinancial.com. The Compensation Committee met 11 times during 2006.

This excerpt taken from the SFI DEF 14A filed May 1, 2006.

The Compensation Committee

The members of the Compensation Committee are Robin Josephs (Chairperson), John G. McDonald and Jeffrey A. Weber. Each of the current members of the Compensation Committee is independent, as defined by the Compensation Committee’s charter and the NYSE listing standards. The functions of the Compensation Committee are described under the Report of the Compensation Committee contained elsewhere in this proxy statement. The Compensation Committee operates under a written charter that was originally adopted by the Board in 2001 and was amended in 2003. A copy of the charter may be found on our website at www.istarfinancial.com. The Compensation Committee met 11 times during 2005.

This excerpt taken from the SFI DEF 14A filed Apr 22, 2005.

The Compensation Committee

        The members of the Compensation Committee are Robin Josephs (Chairperson), John G. McDonald and Jeffrey A. Weber. Each of the current members of the Compensation Committee is independent as defined by the Compensation Committee's charter and the New York Stock Exchange listing standards. The functions of the Compensation Committee are described under the Report of the Compensation Committee contained elsewhere in this proxy statement. The Compensation Committee operates under a written charter that was originally adopted by the Board in 2001 and was amended in 2003. A copy of the charter may be found on our website at www.istarfinancial.com. The Compensation Committee met eight times during 2004.

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