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Ramnarain j. jaigobind rodman & renshaw s

  1. 1. February 2011 Leadership in Corporate FinanceMember FINRA, SIPC
  2. 2. Forward Looking StatementsThe material available in this presentation may contain forward‐looking statements, which are subject to risks, uncertainties and assumptions.  In  some  cases,  you  can  identify  these  statements  by forward‐looking  words  such  as  “may”,  “might”,  “will”, “should”,  “expect”,  “plan”,  “anticipate”,  “believe”,  “estimate”,  “predict”,  “optimistic”,  “potential”,  “future” or  “continue”,  the negative  of  these  terms  and  other  comparable  terminology.  Such  forward‐looking  statements  are  based  on  current  plans, estimates  and  expectations  and  are  made  pursuant  to  the  Private  Securities  Litigation  Reform  Act  of  1995.  Forward‐looking statements are based on known and unknown risks, assumptions, uncertainties and other factors. The Company’s actual results, performance  and  achievements  may  differ  materially  from  any  future  results,  performance,  or  achievements  expressed  or implied by such forward‐looking statements. We do not assume responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of any forward‐looking statement and you should not rely on forward‐looking statements as predictions of future events. We are under no duty to update any of these forward‐looking statements to conform them to actual results or revised expectations.1
  3. 3. Introduction to Rodman & Renshaw
  4. 4. Profile Introduction to Rodman & RenshawRodman & Renshaw, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rodman & Renshaw Capital Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: RODM), is a full‐service investment and merchant bank committed to fostering the long‐term success of growth companies through capital raising, strategic advice, insightful research and the development of institutional support. We are headquartered in New York City, with offices in Houston, Calgary, and a London‐based affiliate, Rodman & Renshaw Capital Partners, Ltd.We employ dedicated, experienced and talented professionals within our corporate finance, research and sales & trading divisions. Rodman & Renshaw is a recognized leader in arranging private investments in small‐cap and mid‐cap public companies.3
  5. 5. Market Position Introduction to Rodman & Renshaw Rodman & Renshaw provides an array of services to public and private companies. We have built exceptional  capabilities and continue to leverage our resources to provide our clients with full‐service banking solutions:    Investment Banking: A veteran group of  professionals who are one of the most successful  Rodman & Renshaw Bulge Bracket placement agents on Wall Street.  Full Service Model  Research: Highly accomplished and consistently top‐ ranked team of sell‐side analysts, including a large  number of PhDs.   Sales & Trading: A robust sales & trading presence in  Boutiques & Advisory‐only the U.S. and Europe with an experienced institutional  Regionals Boutiques sales force and extensive relationships with buy‐side  investors around the globe.  Small Cap Middle Market Large Cap  After‐market Support: Consistent aftermarket  Sector Focus support in the form of non‐deal roadshows in the US  After Market Support and Other Services and Europe. R&R also organizes annual investor   Research  Investor Conferences conferences in the US and Europe that have become   Sales and Trading  Non‐deal Roadshows “must attend” events for issuers and investors alike.  Market Making  Strategic Advisory4
  6. 6. Recent Corporate History Introduction to Rodman & Renshaw July 2007: March 2008:  Rodman &  Renshaw  Acquisition of May 2008:  effectuates  Miller Mathis Formation of public listing (Metals and Mining) Aceras BioMedical2007 2008 March 2007:  October 2007: May 2008:  June 2008:  Private placement  Public capital  Formation of Global  Acquisition of  capital raise of $20  raise of $40  Capital Markets  COSCO Capital  million million at  group Management $5/share * (Rodman Energy) Public Listing /  Geographic  Sector       Product    Capital Raise Diversification Diversification Diversification * Underwritten by Sandler O’Neill + Partners, Rodman & Renshaw, Fox‐Pitt, Kelton, and Paulson Investment Company. 5
  7. 7. Global Investment Banking Practice
  8. 8. Corporate Finance Leadership Global Investment Banking Practice # 1 Placement Agent for PIPE & RD Financings* # 1 Placement Agent for PIPE & RD Financings* Top 10 Agents by Number of Deals * 2010 2009 Rank Placement Agent Deals Amount Raised Rank Placement Agent Deals Amount Raised 1 Rodman & Renshaw, LLC   77 $         1,220,781,745 1 Rodman & Renshaw, LLC 77 $         1,232,556,446 2 Roth Capital Partners, LLC  49            1,103,712,836 2 Roth Capital Partners, LLC 27               779,346,375 3 Lazard  26               994,968,084 3 Piper Jaffray & Co. 22               733,575,414 4 Chardan Capital Markets  19               178,277,810 4 Lazard 20               686,676,355 5 Jefferies & Company, Inc.  16            2,200,442,744 5 Canaccord Adams, Inc. 16               499,155,740 6 Canaccord Genuity Inc.  15               522,252,665 6 Oppenheimer & Co. Inc. 15               414,949,136 7 RBC Capital Markets, Inc.  14               811,108,693 7 Midtown Partners & Co., LLC  15                 70,089,430 8 Sandler ONeill & Partners, L.P.  13            1,340,513,499 8 RBC Capital Markets, Inc. 14               476,562,053 9 Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, Inc.  13               573,822,622 9 Chardan Capital Markets 13               107,732,989 10 Merriman Curhan Ford & Company  13               455,347,967 10 Cowen and Company, LLC  11               308,547,799 PIPE & RD League Tables: 2006 ‐ 2008 (ranked by number of transactions completed, dollars raised in millions) * 2008 2007 2006 1 Rodman & Renshaw, LLC 44 $        586 Rodman & Renshaw 52 $   931 Rodman & Renshaw 49 $         908 2 Roth Capital Partners, LLC 18            274 Roth Capital Partners 40       723 Cowen and Company 31          1,300 3 Lazard 16         1,433 Oppenheimer & Co. 21       456 Roth Capital Partners 31             419 4 Merriman Curhan Ford & Comp13            248 Lazard 16       498 Banc of America 18             750 5 Midtown Partners & Co., LLC 13               38 Piper Jaffray & Co. 15       323 Midtown Partners 17                56 6 Canaccord Adams, Inc. 12            714 Merriman Curhan Ford & Co. 15       211 Collins Stewart 16             316 7 Goldman, Sachs & Co. 9      15,533 Midtown Partners & Co. 15          52 Jefferies & Company 15             898 8 Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. 8         1,483 Canaccord Adams 14       290 Westminister Securities 14                64 9 Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. 8            717 Citi Global Markets 13    3,969 Piper Jaffray & Co. 13             340 10 RBC Capital Markets, Inc. 8            651 Lehman Brothers 13    3,370 Lehman Brothers 12          1,307•Source: Sagient Research Systems, Inc. ranks Rodman & Renshaw, LLC as the # 1 Placement Agent among full‐service investment banks, with most deals transacted in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 , 2009 and 2010 as well as cumulatively from January 1, 2003 through December 31 , 2010. 7
  9. 9. Focus & Expertise Global Investment Banking PracticeRodman & Renshaw takes pride in its commitment and tenacity to get the right deal done. Our aim is to thoroughly understand a company’s goals and to structure a custom‐tailored transaction that enables a company to meet its business objectives.  Target Clients: Companies with Enterprise Value of $50‐500 million. Investment Opportunity: Under‐followed and/or undervalued companies with significant upside potential. Sector Presence: Growth sectors or segments of the economy. Regional Focus: Companies around the globe (with an Emerging Markets strategy in many cases). Capital Needs: Liquidity, acquisition, growth initiatives, debt repayment, and/or trade sale.  Financing  Vehicles  and  Structures: Common  stock,  preferred  stock,  senior  debt,  convertible  securities,  and  warrants;  using  Collateralized Acquisition Pools (CAP®),  Private Placements  in Public Equity (PIPE), reverse mergers, Special  Purpose  Acquisition  Companies (SPAC), IPOs, follow‐on offerings, and trade sales (M&A, Private Equity). 8
  10. 10. Key Sectors Global Investment Banking PracticeRodman & Renshaw investment banking practice focuses on key sectors and sub‐sectors that offer significant growth potential.The firm tends to work with companies that are profitable or near profitability in various industries, including:  Alternative Energy Aerospace & Defense Biotech/Healthcare Building Products/Construction China Community & Regional Banks Consumer Products  Emerging Markets Energy/Oil Financials Food & Restaurants  Gaming Industrials  Logistics  Media & Internet  Medical Devices  Mining & Natural Resources  Packaging Real Estate Resorts  Retail  Shipping Software  SPACs Technology Telecom Services Water Technology9
  11. 11. Third‐Party Partnerships Global Investment Banking PracticeRodman & Renshaw has established partnerships with leading Venture Capital firms, Private Equity funds, law firms, accounting firms,  M&A  firms,  and  business  brokers.  In  addition  to  leveraging  our  global  investor  and  corporate  network,  our  partners  will have the opportunity to: Access an exclusive and diverse global deal flow. Participate in transactions that may be synergistic to portfolio companies and/or clients. Gain exposure to relevant technologies and experienced management teams.  Seek and identify potential portfolio investments around the globe.Rodman & Renshaw supports clients’ equity following a transaction. The support may include the following additional services: Research Coverage: A highly respected Wall Street research team. Non‐deal Roadshows: Access to leading institutional investors in the US, Europe and Asia. Sales  &  Trading: Strong  relationships  with  broad  segments  of  the  institutional  investor  community  in  the  US,  Europe,  and  the  Middle East; vast experience in selling and trading public US and foreign securities in the primary and secondary markets.  Conferences: Annual  conferences  in  New  York,  Asia  and  Europe,  providing  company  executives  the  opportunity  to  meet  with  institutional investors and other corporate executives.10
  12. 12. Rodman & Renshaw Annual Global Investment Conferences Post Deal Support Rodman’s healthcare conferences are among the largest in the industry (second only to the JPMorgan Healthcare conference) Based on the success of our New York healthcare conferences, we expanded our annual conference to cater to growth  companies that captured macro‐trends in Life Sciences, Natural Resources, Emerging Markets and Acquisition Finance through  SPACs Our first Annual Global Investment Conference took place on November 10‐12, 2008 at the New York Palace Hotel, New York • Over 530 companies from across the globe presented to thousands of registered institutional investors • One‐on‐One meetings between Companies & Institutional Investors • Six distinct tracks: Asia & Growth, Healthcare, Steel, Metals & Mining, Energy, and SPACs • Keynote speech by President Bill Clinton Our 2009 Global Investment Conference was held on September 9th‐11th in New York • Over 575 presenting companies  • Eight distinct tracks: Healthcare, Asia, Growth, Metals & Mining, Energy, Cleantech, Maritime, and Commercial &  Regional Banks • Keynote address given by Dr. Alan Greenspan, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve Our 2010 Annual China Investment Conference took place on March 7th‐9th in Beijing, China • More than 500 attendees & 100 presenting companies  • Featuring multiple tracks included: Agriculture, Auto, Cleantech & Energy, Consumer/Retail, Education, Healthcare,  Industrial, and Technology • Keynote speech by General Colin L. Powell, USA (Ret.), 65th United States Secretary of State 11
  13. 13.  Our 2010 Annual Global Investment Conference was held on May 16th‐18th in London, UK • More than 1,000 attendees & 150 presenting companies  • Five tracks include: Healthcare, Metal & Mining, Energy, Cleantech, and Asia • Keynote speech by The Rt. Hon. Sir John Major, KG, CH, Former Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Our 2010 Annual Global Investment Conference took place on September 13th‐15th in New York • More than 3,500 attendees and 600 presenting companies expected • Eight distinct tracks: Healthcare, China, Metals & Mining, Energy, Technology, Cleantech, Community & Regional Banks,  and Growth • Keynote speech by Henry M. Paulson, Jr., 74th US Secretary of the Treasury12
  14. 14. 2010 Rodman & Renshaw Annual Global Investment Conference Post Deal Support Asia Track Growth Track Energy Track Metals & Mining TrackHealthcare Track Maritime Track Cleantech Track Bank Track13
  15. 15. TransactionsNote:  Some transactions listed in this section were executed by Miller Mathis & Co or COSCO Capital Management prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC14
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  32. 32. Global Capital Markets Group
  33. 33. Global Capital Markets Group BiographiesRamnarain “Joe” JaigobindHead of Global Capital Markets President – Middle East/India/Japan Mr. Jaigobind’s Wall Street career spans over 19 years.  Currently, Mr. Jaigobind is the Head of Global Capital Markets, President – Middle East/India/Japan.  Prior to Rodman & Renshaw, Mr. Jaigobind  was Executive Managing Director – Global Equity Capital Markets and President – Middle East/India/Japan at Maxim Group LLC where he worked on over 300 transactions as Lead, Co‐Lead Manager or  syndicate member, raising in excess of US$50 billion.  Prior to Maxim Group LLC, Mr. Jaigobind was Senior Vice President in the Private Client Group of Investec Ernst and Company, an international  specialist banking group headquartered in South Africa and the UK.  Mr. Jaigobind began his career in 1991 at Shearson Lehman Brothers in the private client division.  He is a Chairman’s Circle Member of  the US‐India Business Council, Director of the Board of the US‐Pakistan Business Council and a member of the Susquehanna Investment Network based in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.  Lastly, Mr. Jaigobind is  Trustee of the West Street Charitable Foundation, which focuses its efforts on victims of natural disasters. Eric LordVice President – Global Capital Markets Mr. Lord joined Rodman & Renshaw in 2008 as Vice President in the firm’s Global Capital Markets department.  Prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, Mr. Lord was Vice President of Equity Capital Markets  at Maxim Group LLC.  Over a two year span at Maxim, he worked on over 150 public market offerings, including eight Maxim lead managed transactions.  Prior to joining Maxim, Mr. Lord was an  investment analyst for a registered investment advisory firm in Boston.  He worked for two years servicing high‐net worth clients in the preparation of asset allocation plans and the presentation of  annual investment performance reviews.  He also developed an investment strategy which was utilized in trading a number of the firm’s discretionary accounts.  Mr. Lord is a Series 7 licensed Registered  Representative and Series 24 licensed General Securities Principal.  Mr. Lord earned a BS in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from the University of Richmond.Kevin ManganSyndicate Manager – Global Capital Markets Mr. Mangan joined Rodman & Renshaw in 2008 as Syndicate Manager in the Global Capital Markets department.  Prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, Mr. Mangan was Syndicate Manager at Maxim  Group LLC.  During his time at Maxim, Mr. Mangan was involved in all internal aspects of the firm’s syndicate business including deal execution, interfacing with sales, and syndicate deal sourcing. Mr.  Mangan is a Series 7 licensed Registered Representative and Series 24 licensed General Securities Principal.  He earned a Bachelor in Business Administration concentrating in Management and Finance  from the University of Miami.  Kai Kai DongAssociate – Global Capital Markets Mr. Dong joined Rodman & Renshaw in 2010 as an Equity Syndicate Associate in the Global Capital Markets department.  Prior to  joining Rodman & Renshaw, Mr. Dong was an investment banking  analyst at H.C. Wainwright & Co.  During his time at HCW, he worked on several private placement deals for Chinese companies.  Prior to joining HCW, he interned with Sichenzia Ross Friedman Ference  LLC, a leading corporate and securities law firm on wall street and had cross training in the international listing department at NYSE Amex. Mr. Dong is a Series 7 licensed Registered Representative. He  earned a Bachelor Degree with Honors in Electrical Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore and a Master Degree in Operations Research (Financial Engineering Track) from  Columbia University. He speaks fluent Mandarin and is moderately proficient in Korean and Japanese.  32
  34. 34. Global Capital Markets Group BiographiesChirag ChoudharySenior Vice President – Global Capital Markets Mr. Choudhary joined Rodman & Renshaw, LLC as Senior Vice President in the Global Capital Markets Group.  Mr. Choudhary works with some of the leading institutional investors around the globe with  a focus on the firm’s public market transactions.  Prior to Rodman & Renshaw, Mr. Choudhary was a partner and Senior Vice President ‐ Institutional Sales at Maxim Group LLC.  He worked closely with different department heads (trading/capital markets/investment banking/sales trading/fixed income) to ensure the highest level of service for clients.  Prior to Maxim Group, Mr. Choudhary worked for  Investec Ernst & Co., a leading international bank headquartered in South Africa.  He worked with members of the Private Client Group servicing the needs of high‐net worth individuals and corporations.   Mr. Choudhary started his career at Merrill Lynch & Co. as an associate in the Private Client Group where he conducted portfolio reviews for existing clients using firm’s proprietary platform.  Mr.  Choudhary has a Masters in Business Administration (Finance) from Hawaii Pacific University and a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons.) degree in Finance and Tax Planning.  He is also a member of Chairman’s  Circle of U.S‐India Chamber of Commerce.  Mr. Choudhary is also a member of Asia Society, a leading international non‐profit educational organization founded in 1956 with headquarters in New York  and presence in 6 countries.  Lastly, Mr. Choudhary is presently an Associate Producer level member for GenArt Inc., a leading arts and entertainment organization across the United States.Harry IoannouSenior Vice President – Private Client Group Mr. Ioannou joined Rodman & Renshaw, LLC as Senior Vice President in the Private Client Group/Global Capital Markets.  Mr. Ioannou’s experience in the financial markets spans over 8 years.  His current  position in Private Wealth Management/Capital Markets allows him to deliver high‐quality strategic advice and investment solutions to our high net worth clients.  In addition, Mr. Ioannou handles  institutional accounts that are focused  on Capital Markets and Syndicate offerings.  Mr. Ioannou’s focus has been primarily in raising capital for small and mid cap private/public companies, investing in  Initial Public Offerings and Blank Check Underwritings.  Prior to Rodman & Renshaw, Mr. Ioannou was a partner and Senior Vice President – Private Client Group at Maxim Group LLC.   Mr. Ioannou started  his career at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter in 1999.  He has a Bachelors degree from Baruch College with a specialization in Finance and Investments. Shay KronfeldManaging Director – Global Capital Markets Mr. Kronfeld joined Rodman in July 2009. His responsibilities include working with leading institutions from around the world, specifically Europe and Israel, with a focus on IPO’s,  Follow‐on’s, and  general investments  Prior to Rodman, Mr. Kronfeld spent six years at Maxim Group and held a position of VP Institutional Sales where he worked closely with Israeli/Swiss institutions on products such as  derivates, options, fixed income, SPAC’s and IPO’s.  Mr. Kronfeld holds a Bachelors degree in Business Management from the Interdisciplinary Center University in Herzelia, Israel. Mr. Kronfeld is involved  with the Israeli community in the US, also learning and Volunteering in the Kabbalah Center in NY.George AnagnostouInstitutional Sales – US/Europe/Asia – Global Capital Markets Mr. Anagnostou joined Rodman & Renshaw in 2008 in the firm’s Global Capital Markets group catering to institutional investors in the US, Europe, and Asia.  Prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, Mr.  Anagnostou was a syndicate associate in the Equity Capital Markets group at Maxim Group LLC. Prior to Maxim, Mr. Anagnostou was a chartering shipbroker for a firm based in Athens, Greece.  He has  extensive knowledge of the international shipping industry and holds the ASBA Chartering Certificate. Mr. Anagnostou is a Series 7 licensed Registered Representative.  Mr. Anagnostou earned a Bsc. in  Maritime Business from the University of Plymouth, UK and a Msc. in International Ship Management from The Maritime College, NY. 33
  35. 35. Global Capital Markets Group BiographiesPhilip RiggioSenior Vice President – Institutional Sales & Trading Mr. Riggio started in 1997 as a NASDAQ Market Maker at Ferris, Baker Watts in Baltimore specializing in smallcap technology, media, and telecom sectors for retail and institutional clients. In 2000, Mr.  Riggio went to Deutsche Bank Alex Brown as a Vice President  NASDAQ trading focused on large cap tech for top 20 global institutional clients. Following 9/11 2001,  he was hired by Cantor Fitzgerald as  part of the sales and trading team responsible for rebuilding the NASDAQ and NYSE trading operations. Mr. Riggio joined Rodman & Renshaw in July 2009 as Vice President Institutional Sales Trader  focused on serving the needs of institutional clients investing in emerging markets microcap and smallcap companies.John CasselsSenior Vice President – Institutional Sales Mr. Cassels is a member of the Global Capital Markets team for Rodman&Renshaw working with Mutual Funds, Hedge Funds, and Private Equity investors. Mr. Cassels focuses on  public equity  transactions, private placements, and research sales for the firm. Mr. Cassels began his career in 1997 with Salomon Smith Barney in New York. He also spent time at UBS and Sanders Morris Harris prior  to joining Rodman in 2009. At Sanders Morris Harris, Mr. Cassels worked on the institutional desk with a focus on private placements and PIPE transactions primarily in the energy sector. John is a  graduate of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, with a B.A. degree in Public Policy Analysis.Bradley RichmondSenior Vice President – Institutional Sales Mr. Richmond joined Rodman & Renshaw in 2009 in the firm’s Global Capital Markets group catering to institutional investors in the U.S. Mr. Richmond is a 15 year veteran of the equity markets with  expertise in institutional equity trading and public market transactions. Prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw , Mr. Richmond served as Head Trader at a $500mm long/short hedge fund with average  returns in excess of 20%. Mr. Richmond was in charge of trading the firm’s portfolio and due diligence on any new public transactions, including IPO’s, PIPE’s, and SPAC’s. Prior to that Mr. Richmond was a  Senior Vice President‐ Institutional Sales at Worldco LLC. Mr. Richmond holds a B.S. in Economics from the State University of New York at Albany. 34
  36. 36. Global Capital Markets – Origination & Execution  Our Global Capital Markets Group is actively involved in the firm’s deal origination efforts and in the  execution of all registered offerings – both lead and co‐managed.  Specialize in over a dozen financial products: starting with IPOs, SPACs, Follow‐On Offerings, PIPEs,  Privates, and Closed End Funds.  Since inception we have executed on approximately 300 deals representing an aggregate dollar  value of $50 Billion  Recently implemented an online deal execution platform giving all deal participants full  transparency in the registered offering process from deal launch to final pricing  We have forged strong relationships with many financial services distributions, including:  Merrill Lynch  J.P. Morgan    Macquarie  Sunrise Securities  Citigroup  Deutsche Bank  Dahlman Rose  WestPark Capital  Goldman Sachs  UBS  Ladenburg Thalmann  Newsbridge Securities  Bank of America  Oppenheimer  I‐Bankers  CRT Capital Group  Barclays  Piper Jaffray  Wedbush Morgan  Chardan Capital Markets   Credit Suisse  CIBC World Markets  Morgan Joseph  WR Hambrecht Experience in Experience in Syndicated Transactions Syndicated Transactions Number of Deals Total Value of Deals (in Billions) 120 110 10.00 8.70 9.00 100 8.00 6.83 6.55 80 7.00 67 6.00 60 53 5.00 4.25 48 35 4.00 40 3.00 2.22 20 2.00 1.00 0 0.0035 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 **Excludes Closed‐End Funds
  37. 37. US Equity League Table – 2010For US listed underwritten deals up to $50 million Rank Underwriter Issues Amount USD (Mln) 1 Roth Capital Partners Inc 21 423.4 2 Rodman & Renshaw Inc 18 257.5 3 Lazard LLC 12 273.6 4 Jefferies Group Inc 11 339.1 5 Stifel Nicolaus Weisel 11 242.0 6 Maxim Group LLC 7 64.3 7 Robert W Baird & Co 6 128.6 8 Piper Jaffray & Co 6 128.2 9 Sandler ONeill & Partners 6 127.1 10 Needham & Co Inc 6 85.7 11 Keefe Bruyette & Woods 5 158.0 12 Deutsche Bank AG 5 151.7 13 Canaccord Genuity Corp 5 126.2 14 RBC Capital Markets 5 115.9 15 Wells Fargo & Co 5 114.2 16 Oppenheimer & Co 5 91.5 17 Craig‐Hallum Capital Group LLC 5 75.5 18 Goldman Sachs & Co 4 122.1 19 Leerink Swann & Co 4 70.0 20 Morgan Stanley 4 68.4 Source: Bloomberg36
  38. 38. 01/01/2010 ‐ 06/30/2010 FIRM RANK VALUE (MM) DEAL COUNTUBS 1 1,014 9Goldman Sachs & Co 2 2,207 8Morgan Stanley 3 880 8Rodman & Renshaw Inc 4 103 6JP Morgan 5 719 5Piper Jaffray & Co 6 302 5HSBC Bank PLC 7 363 4Roth Capital Partners Inc 8 84 4Bank of China 9 451 3Macquarie Group Ltd 10 334 3Deutsche Bank AG 11 213 3Bank of America Merrill Lynch 12 184 3China Merchants Securities Co Ltd 13 128 3CITIC Securities Co Ltd 14 181 2BNP Paribas Group 15 150 2Credit Suisse 16 114 2Guotai Junan Securities Co Ltd 17 108 2RBS 18 106 1Broadband Capital Management LLC 19 96 1Industrial & Comm Bank of China 20 90 1*  Includes all eligible equity offerings from Chinese issuers that are listed on any exchange excluding China A shares. Volume in USD millions
  39. 39. Rodman & Renshaw Global Capital Markets Group Rodman & Renshaw Global Capital Markets Group Israel Experience Israel ExperienceNote: Below are the transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Advanced Israel Growth Technology Partners Inc Acquisition Corp IPO Pinpoint Advance RRSat Global IPO Communication Corp $36.0 Million $47.5 Million $150 Million Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering $50.71 Million June 18, 2007 Sole Book Runner Co-Manager July 11, 2006 April 19, 2007 November 1, 2006 Israel Israel Technology Technology Acquisition Corp. Acquisition Corp Has agreed to merge with IPO IXI Mobile Incredimail, Ltd. GuruNet Corp. $21.5 Million $36 Million $20.0 Million $11.8 MillionInitial Public Offering Bridge Financing $42,999,000 Initial Public Offering July 13, 2005 Co-Placement Agent Financial Advisor to Lead Manager Sole Manager Israel Technology October 13, 2004 January 30, 2006 Member FINRA and SIPC 
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  46. 46. Global Capital Markets Group Past Transactions – Managed Registered Public OfferingsNote: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Business Combination Business Combination Company™ “BCC™” Company™ “BCC™” China Fundamental BPW Acquisition Overture Trian Acquisition I Asia Special Situation Acquisition Corp. Corp. Acquisition Acquisition Corp. Corp. $30 Million $350 Million $150 Million $800 Million $100 Million Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Co-Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Sole Book Runner May 15, 2008 February 27, 2008 January 30, 2008 January 24, 2008 January 17, 2008 Business Combination Business Combination Business Combination Company™ “BCC™” Company™ “BCC™” Company™ “BCC™” United Refining Global Consumer 2020 ChinaCap Secure America TM Entertainment Stone Tan China Energy Corp. Acquisition Corp. Acquirco, Inc. Acquisition Corp. and Media, Inc. Acquisition Corp. $450 Million $300 Million $60 Million $80 Million $72 Million $240 Million Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Co-Lead Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager December 11, 2007 November 21, 2007 November 9, 2007 October 23, 2007 October 18, 2007 October 15, 2007 Business Combination Business Combination Company™ “BCC™” Company™ “BCC™” FMG Acquisition Seanergy Maritime InterAmerican ImaRx Alyst Acquisition Response Corp. Corp. Acquisition Group Therapeutics Inc. Corp Genetics, Inc. $36 Million $220 Million $40 Million $15 Million $56 Million $21 Million Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Co-Manager Sole Book Runner Co-Manager Sole Book Runner Co-Manager Sole Book Runner October 5, 2007 September 25, 2007 September 5, 2007 July 25, 2007 June 29, 2007 June 4, 200745
  47. 47. Managed Registered Public Offerings Note: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC TransTech Arcade Acquisition Pinpoint Advance China Healthcare Alpha Security Oculus InnovativeServices Partners Corporation Corp Acquisition Corp Group Corporation Oceanaut, Inc. Dekania Corp. Sciences, Inc. $36 Million $60 Million $36.0 Million $51.0 Million $60.0 Million $150.0 Million $97.0 Million $24.2 MillionInitial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Co-Lead Manager Co-Manager Sole Book Runner Co-Manager Sole Book Runner Co-Manager Co-Lead Manager Co-Manager May 23, 2007 May 22, 2007 April 19, 2007 April 19, 2007 March 23, 2007 March 1, 2007 February 1, 2007 January 24, 2007 Business Combination Business Combination Company™ “BCC™” Company™ “BCC™” Fuwei Films SORL Auto Parts, RRSat Global Ivivi Technology, Millennium India Energy Infrastructure Affinity Media (Holdings) Co. Inc. Thermage, Inc. Communication Inc. Acquisition Company Acquisition Corp. International Corp. $31.0 Million $31.1 Million $42.0 Million $47.5 Million $15.0 Million $58.0 Million $202.5 Million $16.5 MillionInitial Public Offering Follow-On Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Sole Book Runner Sole Book Runner Co-Manager Co-Manager Sole Book Runner Co-Manager Sole Book Runner Sole Book Runner December 18, 2006 November 24, 2006 November 9, 2006 November 1, 2006 October 18, 2006 July 19, 2006 July 18, 2006 June 6, 2006 Business Combination Business Combination Business Combination Company™ “BCC™” Company™ “BCC™” Company™ “BCC™”Community Bankers Minrad Compass JK Acquisition Star Maritime Key Hospitality BioDelivery Sciences Acquisition Corp. International, Inc. Diversified Trust Corp. Incredimail, Ltd. Acquisition Corp. Acquisition Corp. Int’l $60.0 Million $32.5 Million $202.5 Million $69.0 Million $21.5 Million $188.7 Million $48.0 Million $8.8 MillionInitial Public Offering Follow-On Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Follow-On Offering Co-Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Sole Manager Sole Book Runner Lead Manager Co-Manager June 5, 2006 May 24, 2006 May 11, 2006 April 11, 2006 January 30, 2006 December 16, 2005 October 25, 2005 September 30, 2005 Business Combination Company™ “BCC™” Ad. Venture Healthcare Coffee Holding Newtek Business Partners, Inc. Acquisition Corp. Gentium S.p.A Comtech Group Co., Inc. Interchange Inc. GuruNet Corp. Services, Inc. $54.0 Million $72.0 Million $24.8 Million $40.4 Million $9.2 Million $22.0 Million $11.8 Million $25.0 MillionInitial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Follow-On Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Initial Public Offering Follow-On Offering Co-Manager Sole Manager Lead Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Co-Manager Lead Manager Co-Manager August 26, 2005 July 29, 2005 June 16, 2005 July 15, 2005 May 3, 2005 October 19, 2004 October 13, 2004 June 28, 2004 46
  48. 48. Underwriting Group Note: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Enterprise Hambrecht Asia Acquisition Acquisition Corp Corp Follow-On IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO $53 Million $32 Million $400 Million $200 Million $6.4 Million $250 Million $125 Million $250 Million May 15, 2008 March 7, 2008 February 15, 2008 January 18, 2008 December 14, 2007 November 8, 2007 November 7, 2007 October 18, 2007 Advanced Vector Intersect HRPT Properties TravelCenters Tailwind Financial, Technology Security Acquisition Trust of America LLC Inc Acquisition Corp Corp IPO Follow-On IPO Follow-On IPO IPO IPO IPO $360 Million $120.84 Million $15 Million $200 Million $150 Million $20 Million $58.5 Million $100 MillionOctober 18, 2007 October 16, 2007 June 28, 2007 June 28, 2007 June 18, 2007 June 15, 2007 April 25, 2007 April 11, 2007 Symmetry Churchill Ventures Shine Media Holdings, Inc. Ltd. Acquisition Corp IPO Follow-On IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO $150 Million $443.6 Million $100 Million $80 Million $36 Million $25.44 Million $27.6 Million $47 Million March 7, 2007 March 1, 2007 February 28, 2007 February 8, 2007 December 21 , 2006 December 14, 2006 December 20 , 2006 December 13, 2006 Shanghai Century Global Services Asia Automotive Israel Growth Partners Partners Inc Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO Secondary IPO $57.5 Million $50.71 Million $1.5375 Billion $100 Million $29.66 Million $35 Million $12.5 Million $51.75 MillionDecember 13, 2006 July 11, 2006 May 5, 2006 April 25, 2006 April 18, 2006 April 12, 2006 November 1, 2006 October 25, 2006 47
  49. 49. Underwriting Group Note: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Jaguar Good Harbor Argyle Security Coconut Palm Acquisition Partners Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp Corp Acquisition Corp IPO IPO IPO IPO Follow-On IPO Follow-On IPO $24 Million $60.0 Million $24 Million $29 Million $24.7 Million $60 Million $47.5 Million $74.9 Million April 10, 2006 March 10, 2006 February 1, 2006 January 24, 2006 December14, 2005 October 26, 2005 October 11, 2005 September 29, 2005 Chardan Chardan Juniper Partners IsraelIthaka Acquisition Fortress America North China South China Acquisition Corp Technology Courtside Corp Corporation Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO $51 Million $30 Million $34.5 Million $15.2 million $42 Million $36 Million $10.7 Million $72 MillionAugust 18, 2005 August 2, 2005 August 2, 2005 July 15, 2005 July 15, 2005 July 13, 2005 July 8, 2005 July 1, 2005 Services KBL Healthcare Terra Nova Mercator Partners Acquisition Corp Acquisition II Corp Acquisition Corp. Acquisition International Corp IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO Secondary Follow-On $120 Million $60 Million $7 Million $48 Million $28.8 Million $129.64 Million $21.2 Million $51.7 Million June 30, 2005 June 24, 2005 May 3, 2005 April 22, 2005 April 19, 2005 March 11, 2005 March 10, 2005 April 12, 2005 Ardent Coastal Millstream II Acquisition Corp Bancshares Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp Follow-On IPO IPO Secondary IPO IPO IPO IPO $43.8 Million $36 Million $28.8 million $655.5 Million $23.4 Million $10.8 Million $440.6 million $24 Million March 9, 2005 February 28, 2005 February 22, 2005 February 17, 2005 February 15, 2005 February 9, 2005 February 8, 2005 December 20, 2004 48
  50. 50. Underwriting Group Note: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC International China Unistone Rand Acquisition Shipping Acquisition Corp Corp Enterprises, Inc. IPO IPO IPO Follow-On IPO IPO Secondary IPO $30.0 Million $171 Million $18 Million $7.74 Million $21 Million $6.63 Million $197.81 Million $47.6 MillionDecember 15, 2004 December 13, 2004 November 22, 2004 November 1, 2004 October 28, 2004 October 14, 2004 September 24, 2004 September 23, 2004 China Mineral Trinity Partners Sandhill Acquisition Arpeggio Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp Corp IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO $24 Million $7.88 Million $21.6 Million $36 Million $41.7 Million $36 Million $31.25 Million $12 Million August 24, 2004 July 30, 2004 July 27, 2004 June 24, 2004 July 22, 2004 July 22, 2004 July 14, 2004 June 16, 2004 Tremisis Energy Acquisition Great Wall Chardan China CEA Acquisition Acquisition Acquisition Corp Corp Corp Corp Follow-On Secondary IPO Follow-On IPO IPO Follow-On IPO $5 Million $70.67 Million $33 Million $66.44 Million $24 Million $21 Million $9.39 Million $21 Million May 25, 2004 May 20, 2004 May 12, 2004 April 20, 2004 March 17, 2004 March 16, 2004 February 17, 2004 February 12, 2004 Millstream Acquisition Corp IPO IPO IPO Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On IPO Follow-On $18 Million $65.01 Million $12.5 Million $53.13 Million $29.6 Million $49.5 Million $21 Million $14.3 MillionDecember 24, 2003 December 17, 2003 December 11, 2003 December 10, 2003 December 8, 2003 December 4, 2003 August 25, 2003 June 24, 2003 49
  51. 51. Selling GroupNote: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On IPO $50 Million $915 Million $118.25 Million $1.155 Billion $124.32 Million $5.78 Million April 17, 2008 March 27, 2008 March 19, 2008 March 6, 2008 March 5, 2008 February 15, 2008 Liberty International Atlas Acquisition Tremisis Energy North Shore Acquisition Corp. Holdings Corp. Acquisition Acquisition Corp. Corporation II IPO IPO IPO Follow-On IPO Follow-On IPO €600 Million $200 Million $172.8 Million $13.2 Million $76 Million $63 Million $50.4 Million February 6, 2008 January 24, 2008 December 18, 2007 December 12, 2007 December 7, 2007 December 5, 2007 November 30, 2007 Camden Learning Ideation Prospect Corporation Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp IPO Follow-On IPO IPO Follow-On Follow-On IPO $50 Million $80.44 Million $80 Million $250 Million $109.01 Million $90.75 Million $400 Million November 30, 2007 November 29, 2007 November 20, 2007 November 14, 2007 November 2, 2007 October 24, 2007 October 11, 200750
  52. 52. Selling Group Note: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Pan-European China Fortune Inter-Atlantic Hotel Acquisition Acquisition Corp Financial, Inc. Patriot Capital Patriot Capital N.V Funding Funding IPO IPO Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On IPO IPO IPO $60 Million $2.58 Million $26.5 Million $126.65 Million $68.25 Million $43.125 Million €100 Million $75 Million October 2, 2007 September 28, 2007 September 27, 2007 September 21, 2007 September 20, 2007 August 2, 2007 July 18, 2007 July 17, 2007 GSC Acquisition Shermen WSC Wilson Corp Acquisition Corp Holdings, Inc. IPO Follow-On IPO Follow-On IPO Follow-On Follow-On IPO $13.975 Million $72.25 Million $180 Million $35 Million $120 Million $16.3 Million $42.6 Million $1,200 Million June 27, 2007 June 27, 2007 June 25, 2007 June 13, 2007 May 23, 2007 May 14, 2007 May 11, 2007 May 3, 2007 MBF Healthcare Santa Monica Zion Oil & Gas Acquisition Corp Media Corporation Inc. IPO Follow-On IPO Secondary IPO Secondary Follow-On IPO $204.3 Million $96.3 Million $150 Million $81.4 Million $100 Million $182.5 Million $100 Million $14 Million April 24, 2007 April 23, 2007 April 17, 2007 April 17, 2007 March 27, 2007 March 20, 2007 March 6, 2007 February 28, 2007 Union Street Transforma Acquisition Corp Acquisition Group Inc. IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO Follow-On Follow-On IPO $9.9 Million $225 Million $100 Million $225 Million $100 Million $151.9 Million $964.5 Million $14.4 MillionFebruary 12, 2007 February 6, 2007 February 5, 2007 January 31, 2007 December 20, 2006 December 8, 2006 December 8, 2006 December 7, 2006 51
  53. 53. Selling Group Note: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Secondary IPO IPO Follow-On Follow-On IPO IPO IPO $531.25 Million $69.9 Million $18 Million $38.5 Million $5.97 Million $96.3 Million $16.5 Million $21 Million May 24, 2006November 29, 2006 October 18, 2006 October 18, 2006 October 16, 2006 July 19, 2006 July 14, 2006 June 6, 2006 Harbor Playtech Platinum India Global Acquisition Corp Diversified Capital Inc. Mining Secondary IPO IPO Follow-On IPO IPO IPO Follow-On $382.18 Million $60 Million $804.75 Million $21.6 Million $79.5 Million $50.6 Million $58.98 Million $75.75 Million May 10, 2006 April 26, 2006 March 28, 2006 March 23, 2006 March 14, 2006 March 8, 2006 March 2, 2006 February 16, 2006 Highbury Endeavor Financial Inc Acquisition Corp IPO Follow-On IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO IPO $22.5 Million $164.82 Million $78.6 Million $40.4 Million $120 Million $556 Million $244.72 Million $27.5 Million January 31, 2006 January 27, 2006 January 25, 2006 January 25, 2006 December 15, 2005 December 6, 2005 November 21, 2005 November 17, 2005 Platinum Energy Paramount TAC Acquisition Empire Acquisition Corp Acquisition Corp Corp Online IPO Follow-On IPO IPO Follow-On Follow-On IPO IPO $42 Million $2312 Million $115.2 Million $51 Million $187.85 Million $34.31 Million $120 Million $388 MillionNovember 9, 2005 October 28, 2005 October 26, 2005 October 24, 2005 September 15, 2005 August 18, 2005 June 29, 2005 June 10, 2005 52
  54. 54. Selling Group Note: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Aldabra Acquisition Corp IPO Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On IPO IPO IPO IPO $30.29 Million $60 Million $42.88 Million $93.75 Million $11 Million $48 Million $126.72 Million $93.75 Million June 9, 2005 June 8, 2005 May 25, 2005 May 18, 2005 April 12, 2005 February 17, 2005 December 16, 2004 November 11, 2004 Follow-On IPO Secondary IPO Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On $253 Million $400 Million $233.75 Million $139.05 Million $105 Million $15.31 Million $153.28 Million $102 MillionNovember 4, 2004 October 22, 2004 October 13, 2004 September 29, 2004 September 28, 2004 September 23, 2004 August 24, 2004 August 18, 2004 Secondary Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On IPO Secondary IPO Follow-On $71 Million $147 Million $297.6 Million $46.3 Million $64 Million $36.11 Million $9.21 Million $135.15 Million July 1, 2004 June 25, 2004 May 27, 2004 May 20, 2004 May 5, 2004 May 5, 2004 April 5, 2004 April 1, 2004 Secondary Follow-On Follow-On IPO Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On Follow-On $16.93 Million $48 Million $119.7 Million $10.5 Million $309.52 Million $270.2 Million $72.5 Million $8 Million March 25, 2004 March 24, 2004 March 24, 2004 February 5, 2004 January 13, 2004 January 8, 2004 December 17, 2003 February 12, 2003 53
  55. 55. Selected Private Placements & PIPEs Note: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLCDigitalFX International, Telestone Technologies Conmed Healthcare Universal Guardian Inc. Oncovista, Inc. IsoRay, Inc. Velcera, Inc. Corp. Management, Inc. Holdings Inc. Signalife, Inc. $7.0 Million $6.8 Million $16.5 Million $9.9 Million $6.0 Million $15.0 Million $6.0 Million $2.9 Million PIPE PIPE PIPE Private Placement PIPE PIPE PIPE PIPESole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Hyperspace Netsol Technologies, Asiamart, Inc. Communications, Inc. IXI Mobile Cel-Sci Corporation Pipeline Data, Inc. Debt Resolve, Inc. Inc. Jed Oil Inc. $3.1 Million $9.5 Million $20.0 Million $8.3 Million $37.0 Million $2.6 Million $5.5 Million $34.3 Million PIPE PIPE Bridge Financing PIPE Convertible Debt Bridge Financing PIPE Private Placement Co-Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent PIPE Co-Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent PRB Gas Transportation Altair Nanotechnologies Association of Volleyball ImaRx Therapeutics Diguang Electronics Gentium S.p.A. PacificNet Inc. Professionals Drugmax Inc. $12.0 Million $10.9 Million $8.0 Million $20.25 Million $5.0 Million $17.0 Million $14.2 Million $22.0 Million PIPE PIPE Convertible Debt Shelf Offering PIPE PIPE Private Placement PIPE Co-Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent PIPE Sole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Co-Placement AgentCo-Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent XStream Beverage Velocity Express ADM Tronics Unlimited Acacia Combimatrix Manhattan Network, Inc. Corporation pSivida LTD Starfire Systems Inc. TeamStaff, Inc. Corp. Pharmaceuticals, Inc. $17.5 Million $45.0 Million $15.0 Million $3.0 Million $6.1 Million $4.3 Million $4.9 Million $10.0 Million PIPE PIPE PIPE Private Placement PIPE PIPE PIPE PIPESole Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent Co-Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent Sole Placement Agent 54
  56. 56. Selected Past Advisory ClientsNote: Transactions executed prior to joining Rodman & Renshaw, LLC Millennium India Acquisition Corp. Has agreed to acquire certain assets of Has agreed to purchase Has agreed to purchase Has agreed to merge with equity stakes in an Equity Stake in SMC Group Taiwan Maritime Investments Transportation Company, Ltd. $40,000,000 $56,000,000 $345,237,520 $115,000,000 Financial Advisor to IGC Financial Advisor to the Financial Advisor to Financial Advisor to Millennium India the Star Maritime Ad.Venture Healthcare Israel Technology Acquisition Corp. Acquisition Corp. FIGI Has agreed to merge with Has agreed to merge with Has agreed to acquire Fortress SORL Auto Parts, International Group Inc. Doing business as VTC, Inc. LLC $112,500,000 $42,999,000 $38,500,000 Financial Advisor to Strategic Advisory M&A/Financial Financial Advisor to Financial Advisor to Healthcare Acquisition Israel Technology Fortress America Advisory Netsol Technologies, Inc. Hyperspace Has acquired Newtek Business Netsol Communications, Teamstaff, Inc. Services, Inc. Technologies, Inc. Inc. Senior Secured Credit Financial Advisor to the Facility Financial Advisory M&A/Financial Buyer Strategic Advisory Fairness Opinion Advisory June 30, 200655
  57. 57. Member FINRA, SIPCNew York: Houston:1251 Avenue of the Americas 1001 Fannin20th Floor Suite 550New York, NY 10020 Houston, TX 77002212.356.0500 713.654.8080 www.rodm.com

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