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Hamilton Bancorp Inc (HBK.OQ)

HBK.OQ on NASDAQ Stock Exchange Capital Market

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Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Carol Coughlin

57 2015 Chairman of the Board

Robert DeAlmeida

61 President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company and the Bank

Ellen Fish

54 Executive Vice President

John Marzullo

45 2014 Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Treasurer

William Ballard

67 2010 Independent Director

Joseph Bouffard

66 2015 Independent Director

James Farnum

56 2013 Independent Director

William Furr

67 1977 Independent Director

Bobbi Macdonald

50 2008 Independent Director

Jenny Morgan

56 2016 Independent Director

Biographies

Name Description

Carol Coughlin

Ms. Carol L. Coughlin is Chairman of the Board of the Company. Ms. Coughlin possesses over 20 years of real-world experience as a finance and operations executive helping companies improve profits, overcome obstacles, implement change, collaborate with boards and directors, and prepare for lucrative exits. Ms. Coughlin is also a professional board member who has served on public, private, non-profit, and advisory boards. She is also a member of the Risk and Audit Committee and the Governance and Nominating Committee. She also serves as a director on the Board of the University of Maryland Medical Center, where she also chairs the Financial Affairs Committee and serves on the Finance and Strategy Committee of the Board of University of Maryland Medical System. Ms. Coughlin is CEO of BottomLine Growth Strategies, a growth advisory services firm, working with companies to improve profitability and sustainability. Prior to founding BottomLine Growth Strategies, Ms. Coughlin served at several high-growth healthcare companies. Her professional experience also includes mergers and acquisitions; working in highly regulated environments and disruptive industries; recapitalizations; and the implementation of sophisticated financial strategies, technological, and efficiency solutions. She is a magna cum laude graduate from Loyola University Maryland with a Master’s in Business Administration, and also holds a BS in Business/Accounting from Towson University. She is a Certified Public Accountant (active status, Maryland) and a Board Leadership Fellow through the National Association of Corporate Directors. Ms. Coughlin’s extensive financial and management experience, experience working with and serving on boards of directors, knowledge of the local business community and her community and civic involvement make her an invaluable addition to the Company’s board of directors. Ms. Coughlin meets the SEC requirements of “audit committe financial expert.”

Robert DeAlmeida

Mr. Robert A. DeAlmeida is President, Chief Executive Officer, Director of the Company. Mr. DeAlmeida joined Hamilton Bank in 1990 as the Bank’s Chief Financial Officer, and was appointed Vice President and Treasurer that same year. Mr. DeAlmeida is a past chairman of the Maryland Bankers Association and serves on the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Community Depository Institutions Advisory Council (CDIAC). He is chairman of the board of directors of Healthy Neighborhoods, a supporting organization of the Baltimore Community Foundation, and serves on the board of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce and the University of Baltimore Merrick School of Business Advisory Council. Mr. DeAlmeida is a past director of both Harbel Housing Services and Neighborhood Housing Services of Baltimore. Mr. DeAlmeida earned his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Loyola University Maryland and his master’s degree in economics from the University of Baltimore. Mr. DeAlmeida’s 26 years of experience with Hamilton Bank and extensive knowledge of the local business and banking community make him a valuable asset to the board of directors.

Ellen Fish

Ms. Ellen R. Fish. is Executive Vice President of the Company. Ms. Fish has over 28 years of banking experience and an impressive background in acquisition financing, real estate, asset based lending, small business lending, government contract lending, leasing, syndications and health care. She is responsible for the oversight of the lending staff; the development and delivery of products and services to customers throughout the bank; the establishment of sales goals and objectives; and the implementation and administration of effective bank-wide lending policies, procedures, processes and compliance. Prior to her time at Hamilton Bank, she served as Executive Vice President at CFG Community Bank and Senior Vice President for Provident Bank of Maryland. Over her career, Ms. Fish has helped thousands of businesses realize their dreams. She is devoted to helping businesses thrive and grow and was a founder of the Baltimore County Small Business Resource Center. She is a recognized female executive having been a three-time recipient of The Daily Record’s Top “Maryland’s Top 100 Women” award and inducted into the “Circle of Excellence.” She believes in giving back to the community and currently serves on the boards of directors of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce, Towson University Foundation, Leadership Baltimore County and Roland Park Country School. Ms. Fish is a past president of Network2000 and a two-time recipient of SmartCEO’s “Top Banker” award. She has also received the Volunteer of the Year award from the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Fish earned her bachelor of science degree in management from Virginia Tech and currently serves on the Student Affairs Committee. She is married and has two children.

John Marzullo

Mr. John P. Marzullo is Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Treasurer of the Company. He served as Vice President and Treasurer of Hamilton Bank since being hired in December 2010 and was promoted to Senior Vice President effective January 1, 2013. Mr. Marzullo also serves as Chief Financial Officer of the Company. Prior to joining Hamilton Bank, Mr. Marzullo worked at K Bank in Maryland, where he was Assistant Controller and Assistant Vice President. Mr. Marzullo has 15 years of experience in accounting, both as a certified public accountant and in the banking industry. Mr. Marzullo graduated with a bachelor’s degree in finance in 1994 and a bachelor’s degree in accounting in 1996, both from Towson University. He is a member of the Maryland Association of CPAs and the American Institute of CPAs.

William Ballard

Mr. William E. Ballard is an Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Ballard is a partner and project manager of EFI Group, LLC, which provides a wide range of engineering and manufacturing consulting services to address industry profitability challenges. Services include strategic planning and expansion project implementation. He is responsible for maintaining EFI Group’s Project Management and Lean Manufacturing standards, assigning the right resources to projects and ensuring EFI Group’s clients have an exceptional experience overall. Prior to joining EFI Group in 2001, Mr. Ballard led capital project evaluation, capital expansion and manufacturing improvement-planning activities for a major chemical company and also held line positions in both manufacturing and maintenance. He is a Mechanical Engineering professional and earned his MBA in Finance from the University of Baltimore. Mr. Ballard is a member of the Region Manufacturing Institute, a group that promotes the growth of manufacturing throughout Maryland. Mr. Ballard serves as a member of the Risk and Audit Committee and the Governance and Nominating Committee of the Board of Hamilton Bank. Mr. Ballard’s management experience and knowledge of the local business community provides the board valuable insights regarding business development in our market area.

Joseph Bouffard

Mr. Joseph J. Bouffard is an Independent Director of the Company. He is seasoned financial executive, he has more than 25 years of experience working for Baltimore-based financial institutions and more than 15 years serving as president and CEO for area community banks. Mr. Bouffard possesses real-world knowledge and expertise working with community banks, public companies, and both performing and troubled banking institutions. Mr. Bouffard has extensive ties to the Baltimore banking community and has served on several banking-related boards and committees. Before retiring in December 2014, he served eight years as president and CEO of Baltimore County Savings Bank, a $630,000,000 community bank/bank holding company with 16 branch offices. During his tenure with Baltimore County Savings Bank, Mr. Bouffard improved the poorly performing institution that was previously victimized by a multimillion dollar check fraud. He converted it from a mutual holding company to a Federal Reserve Member Bank and took the company from three years of losses to 16 consecutive quarters of profitability. Prior to that, Mr. Bouffard served as president and CEO of The Patapsco Bank, and during his tenure converted the bank from a mutual organization to a publicly traded company and grew assets from $77 million to $228 million. He also served as senior vice president of The Bank of Baltimore, president and chief operating officer of Municipal Savings Bank, a subsidiary of Baltimore Bancorp, and vice president of The Bank of Baltimore. An accomplished CEO, Mr. Bouffard spent much of his career advancing the banking community by serving on industry association and community foundation boards. Mr. Bouffard serves as Chairman of the Compensation Committee. In addition to serving on the Board of Hamilton Bank, Mr. Bouffard currently serves as a board member and chairman of the compensation committee of Maryland Financial Bank and is an active member of the membership committee for the American Bankers Association.

James Farnum

Mr. James R. Farnum, Jr., is an Independent Director of the Company . He is Chief Executive Officer and Owner of Alliance Advisory Group, LLC, an organizational advisory practice he formed in 2003 to provide strategic advisory services to a variety of organizations in both the for profit and not-for-profit sectors. Mr. Farnum has also served as the Vice President and Owner of S.W. Betz Company, Inc., an 80 year old weighing and materials handling distributor, since 2010. Mr. Farnum has thirty-three years of experience in commercial and retail banking and financial services as well as owning and operating several small businesses. He is a graduate from Loyola University Maryland with an Executive MBA (Fellows Program) and also earned a BS in Finance from the University of Maryland, College Park. Current and past affiliations include Adjunct Professor at the Loyola University Maryland Sellinger School of Business and the Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School; Board of Directors for L.E. Goldsborough & Sons, Inc.; and the Board of Advisors and Finance Committee Chair of St. Frances Academy. Mr. Farnum serves as Chairman of the Risk and Audit Committee of the board of Hamilton Bank. Mr. Farnum’s management experience, banking and financial services experience, and knowledge of the local business community make him a valuable asset to the board of directors.

William Furr

Mr. William W. Furr is an Independent Director of the Company. Mr. Furr has over 40 years experience in the highly regulated insurance business and has served on Hamilton’s board for 39 years. He is presently President and a board member of The Paramount Insurance Company, a local non-standard automobile insurer. Prior to being named President of Paramount in 2015, Mr. Furr worked as a consultant, assisting with insurance regulatory compliance, customer service and marketing for insurance operations and small businesses. In 2004, the Maryland Insurance Commissioner appointed Mr. Furr Deputy Receiver for the Maryland Insurance Administration to rehabilitate Carroll County Mutual Insurance, now Westminster American Insurance Company. Previously, Mr. Furr spent 28 years as manager of the Baltimore regional office of Amica Mutual Insurance Company. Mr. Furr’s extensive experience in regulated environments, commitment to excellence, management and operations experience, and knowledge of the local business community offers Hamilton’s board valuable insights regarding regulators, internal processes, external customer service and marketing matters. Mr. Furr serves as a member of the Compensation Committee and the Risk and Audit Committee of the Board of Directors of Hamilton Bank. In addition to his Hamilton board position, Mr. Furr is on the board of Westminster American Insurance Company and chairs its Audit Committee. Mr. Furr previously served on the District of Columbia Property Insurance Facility board and was Chairman of the Maryland Joint Insurance Association board. Mr. Furr’s other past affiliations include the Joseph Richey Hospice board and the All Saints Sisters of Poor convent in Catonsville. Mr. Furr is a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter and received a bachelor’s degree from University of Richmond.

Bobbi Macdonald

Mrs. Bobbi R. Macdonald is an Independent Director of the Company. She is the Executive Director and founder of The City Neighbors Foundation, Inc. The City Neighbors Foundation strives to achieve two goals. First, to provide a public education to the students who enter the three City Neighbors schools. Second, to serve as a model for urban public education that is progressive, child-centered, developmentally appropriate, arts integrated, and community engaged. The City Neighbors Foundation seeks to disseminate practices and create forums that allow urban educators to redefine public education. Driven by a core personal vision of “nothing without joy,” Mrs. Macdonald has been a dynamic leader in the movement for transforming public education in Baltimore. Mrs. Macdonald oversees the management of $7 million of public funds and works on an annual basis to raise more funds to support the mission/work of the three City Neighbors schools. Recently, Mrs. Macdonald helped to facilitate a partnership with three schools of Northeast Baltimore and the Mainstreets Program and received community grants to build the Northeast Schools Alliance. Mrs. Macdonald is an advocate for grassroots organizing for building communities. She received her Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Illinois in Human Development and Family Ecology, and holds a Master’s Degree from the University of Maryland, College Park, in Curriculum and Instruction.

Jenny Morgan

Ms. Jenny G. Morgan is an Independent Director of the Company. Ms. Morgan is currently President and Chief Executive Officer of basys, inc., a growing technology company that for 40 years has provided benefits administration systems for third-party administrators and self-administered fund officers in the multiemployer market throughout the United States and Canada. Prior to joining basys, inc. in 2009, Ms. Morgan served as an Investment Principal at Sterling Partners, a top middle-market private equity firm, where her responsibilities included identifying, evaluating and executing prospective investments and working with portfolio companies to leverage opportunities for growth and operational efficiencies. Before joining Sterling Partners in 2006, Ms. Morgan was Chief Executive Officer of ViPS, Inc. (now a subsidiary of General Dynamics Information Technology), which grew into one of the Baltimore area’s largest information technology companies during her 20-year leadership. Ms. Morgan holds a Master of Administrative Sciences degree from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics from Brandeis University. She was selected as a finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year Award® in 2000 and named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year® Award winner for the state of Maryland in 2005. From 2001 to 2003, she received the Deloitte & Touche Technology Fast 50 award as CEO of one of Maryland’s 50 fastest-growing technology companies. Ms. Morgan serves as a member of the Risk and Audit Committee of the board of Hamilton Bank. Ms. Morgan serves on a number of local, privately held company boards and the Advisory Council for the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School. She also served on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond’s Baltimore Branch from 2009 to 2014.

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