Mr. Neil Labatte serves as President and Chief Executive Officer of Talon International Inc., the developer of the Trump International Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, and Global Dimension Capital, Inc. Mr. Labatte was a Founder and Principal of Global Dimension Capital, Inc. He served as Chief Executive Officer of Legacy Hotels REIT (also known as, Legacy Hotels Real Estate Investment Trust) since March 2003 and its President and Chief Operating Officer since June 1999 until the REIT was privatized in late 2007. He founded of MyWay Concierge, Inc., in 2007 and served as its President. Mr. Labatte served as Senior Vice President of Real Estate of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Inc. (FHRHI) since October 1, 1999. Mr. Labatte has over 35 years of experience within the real estate and hotel sectors. Mr. Labatte joined Canadian Pacific Hotels & Resorts (the predecessor to FHRHI) in 1997 as Vice President of Acquisitions. For the four years prior to joining FHRHI, Mr. Labatte founded and served as Principal of A.E.W. Mexico Company. He has been a Director of Alpha Peak Leisure Inc. since June 23, 2015. He is on the Board of Directors of the National Hockey League Alumni Association “Hockey’s Greateat Family” since November, 2014. He was an Independent Trustee of HealthLease Properties Real Estate Investment Trust, from April, 2012 to December, 2015 when it was privatized was also and Chairman of its Investment Committee and Special Committee. He served as Trustee of Legacy Hotels REIT starting inApril, 2003. He served as a Board Member of A.E.W. Mexico Company. He served as a Director of Holloway Lodging Corporation from May , 2014 to June , 2014. He was a Board Member of the Canadian Institute of Public and Private Real Estate Companies. He played professional hockey for five years with the Salt Lake City Golden Eagles and the St. Louis Blues. Mr. Labatte attended Brown University prior to attending the University of Utah and receiving a Bachelor of Science, Finance (1983) and Masters of Science, Finance (1989) from the University of Utah. He was elected into the Brown University Sports Hall of Fame in October, 2016.