This Committee will review and recommend to the Board an investment and pricing policy and will ensure the implementation of the policy and adequacy of bank liquidity. The Committee will review and approve transactions exceeding the investment authority of BofI Federal Bank officers and will review issues relating to its portfolio, duration, rates and ensure that management adheres to the IRR policy.
This Committee will review and recommend to the Board a loan policy and any revisions thereto. It will then ensure the implementation and adherence to the policy. The Committee also will serve as the first level of review, approval and/or recommendation to the Board of all loan transactions exceeding the lending authority of BofI Federal Bank officers.
This Committee will review the quality of the asset portfolio, contingencies and risks in general. The Committee will review loan portfolio performance, loan classifications, and the adequacy of loan loss reserves.
This Committee will monitor compliance with applicable laws and regulations and the alignment of organizational and technological strategies and resources. In addition, the Committee will review operational and technological initiatives and metrics together with investments that involve significant capital risk.
Mr. Allrich is Chairman of the Board of Directors of BofI Holding, Inc. and BofI Federal Bank and served as Vice Chairman from 1999 to 2009. Mr. Allrich was the founder of the financial educational website, The Online Investor, which is based on his book of the same name. He served as an investment advisor with his own firm, Allrich Investment Management, from June 1991 to June 2003. Prior to starting his own firm, Mr. Allrich spent 20 years with various Wall Street brokerage firms, where he was involved with investment banking, fixed income sales and management, specializing in mortgage-backed securities, institutional equity sales and trading. His last position with a brokerage firm was in 1990 as the regional manager for high grade fixed income investments with Drexel Burnham Lambert in San Francisco. Mr. Allrich holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California at Davis and a Master of Business Administration degree in Finance from Stanford University.
Mr. Argalas has extensive experience in the financial and investment sectors. In 2006, he founded Presidio Union, LLC, a company that specializes in providing financial analysis and corporate advisory services to early stage growth companies and their investors, taking an active role in developing ventures that have the potential to create significant shareholder value. Prior to founding Presidio Union, Mr. Argalas was a Principal at Watershed Asset Management and NM Rothschild from 2006 to 2010 where he was responsible for investments in distressed credit, liquidations, real estate, special situations, and debt and equity investments in Asia-Pacific. Prior to joining Watershed, Mr. Argalas was an Associate Principal with McKinsey & Company and an Associate at Goldman Sachs. Mr. Argalas has a Master of Business Administration from Kellogg Graduate School of Management (Northwestern University) with majors in Finance, Entrepreneurship and International Business; in addition Mr. Argalas earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.
Mr. Burke is President and sole shareholder of Truck World, Inc., a wholesale and retail petroleum marketing company, based in the Youngstown, Ohio area. Truck World, Inc. is a retail jobber for Shell Oil and Marathon Ashland Petroleum. Since founding the company in 1972, he has built, developed, opened and operated convenience stores and truck stops. In 1980, Mr. Burke acquired and operated four pipeline terminals on the Buckeye Pipeline System and became involved with various aspects of distribution, including scheduling, trading and hedging. Mr. Burke served as a Director of the Ohio Petroleum Marketing Association for nine years during this time. Mr. Burke is also President and sole shareholder of J. Gary Burke Corporation, a real estate holding company that owns and manages properties in various states. Most recently, J. Gary Burke Corporation processed the entitlements and developed the site improvements for a 40-acre industrial park in Otay Mesa, California. Before serving in the United States Navy as a Naval Aviator from 1968 to 1971, Mr. Burke earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Miami, Florida. Mr. Burke has been a shareholder of the Company since 1999.
Mr. Court is Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of First American Property & Casualty Insurance Group, a member of the First American Financial Corporation, and has been with the organization since 1999. His responsibilities encompass the group's operations and information technology. Prior to joining First American, Mr. Court held information technology and operations positions at MGE UPS Systems and at Printronix, Inc. Mr. Court has led successful business and technology transformations in both the financial services and manufacturing sectors. Mr. Court holds an MBA from the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University, a Bachelor of Science Degree in Information Systems from the University of Redlands and an Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering Technology.
Mr. Englert served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Company from 1999 to 2009 and as President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company from July 1999 to October 2004. He was a founder of Bank of Del Mar and its Vice Chairman from 1989 to 1994. Mr. Englert served as the President, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Winfield Industries from 1972 until it was sold to Maxxim Medical in 1991. From 1968 to 1972, he was Vice President of Marketing for IVAC Corporation and from 1963 to 1968, he was a Regional Sales Manager for Baxter Health Care, Inc. Mr. Englert holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Morris Harvey College. In addition, Mr. Englert received an honorary Ph.D. from the University of Charleston.
Mr. Grinberg is EVP, CFO & Treasurer of Encore Capital Group (NASDAQ: ECPG) a purchaser of charged-off consumer debt. His responsibilities include finance and accounting, risk management, treasury, SEC reporting, M&A, and Decision Science.
Formerly, Mr. Grinberg served as president of Brio Consulting Group, a consulting firm that he founded that provided financial strategy and analysis to private-equity and venture-backed companies. Mr. Grinberg has held CFO positions for private and public companies, including Stellcom, Inc. and TeleSpectrum Worldwide Inc. (NASDAQ: TLSP), both located in San Diego. He was also a partner and senior member in the Merger and Acquisition Services Group of Deloitte and Touche in New York. Mr. Grinberg's strengths have been in accounting, SEC reporting, raising capital, financial strategy, providing leadership in investor relations, and M&A activities. Mr. Grinberg has extensive experience with high-growth situations, venture/private equity backed companies and public companies.
Mr. Grinberg earned his Master of Business Administration in Finance and Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society of Columbia University
Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Magna Cum Laude from Yeshiva University
CPA, New York State.
Mr. Mosich is currently a Managing Member of Ion Capital Partners, LLC., and a General Partner of Ion California Land Fund, LP, a discretionary investment fund that is acquiring distressed residential development projects in California. Mr. Mosich brings 25 years of capital markets and business management experience - most recently as an Executive Vice President and Member of the Board of Directors of The Seidler Companies Incorporated, a NYSE member firm. While at Seidler, Mr. Mosich was responsible for its Orange County Office, overseeing its Private Client Service operations and Investment Banking Operations. He was also a producing Managing Director of its Community Bank Group. While at Seidler, he was active in mergers and acquisitions, raising public and private capital for emerging growth companies, and for raising capital for banks, including an active role as a Co-Manager of BofI Holding, Inc.’s IPO. In January of 2001, he merged his predecessor firm, Hagerty Stewart & Associates, Inc., into Seidler. Previously, Mr. Mosich was a Partner at McGoodwin James & Company, a venture capital firm headquartered in Costa Mesa, California, where he was active in funding later stage venture companies and structuring private investments in public companies. Mr. Mosich completed his undergraduate degree (cum laude) at the University of Michigan and received his Master in Business Administration from Stanford University.
Mr. Ratinoff is a Managing Director and Head of Acquisitions for Phoenix Realty Group, an institutional real estate investment firm focused on opportunistic multifamily investments. Mr. Ratinoff oversees the investment program for two fund vehicles totaling over $500 million in equity, directs acquisition teams in Los Angeles and New York, and is a member of the firm’s investment committee. Prior to recently joining Phoenix Realty Group, Mr. Ratinoff held the position of Managing Director and west coast head for the J.E. Robert Companies. In this role, Mr. Ratinoff was responsible for all equity and debt transactions throughout the western US for the real estate investment funds sponsored by the firm and was a member of the investment committees for both JER Partners and JER Investors Trust (NYSE: JRT). He was also responsible for directing JER’s multifamily investment strategy in the US, acquiring 2,300 apartment units in Seattle, Atlanta and Detroit. During his tenure Mr. Ratinoff led the acquisition of approximately $1.0 billion in assets representing multiple real estate sectors and geographies. Prior to joining JER, Mr. Ratinoff served as Principal with FowlerFlanagan Partners, where he either led or participated in the acquisition, financing and renovation of approximately 3,000 apartment units in California, Seattle, Arizona, Texas and Missouri. Mr. Ratinoff also held senior positions focusing on real estate investment banking with McDonald Investments, Chase Securities and BT Alex Brown, executing public and private capital markets transactions for west coast-based real estate companies. Mr. Ratinoff received a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture and City Planning from the University of California, Berkeley, and a Master of Business Administration from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.