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									Rocky Mountain Wealth Concepts Improvement with T Coleman Andrews III

Rocky Mountain Wealth Concepts is a financial investment advisory company based in
San Francisco, California. The firm manages four accounts adding up to around $136 Million
of assets under management. Rocky Mountain Wealth Concepts of Coleman Andrews have
five employees help advice 1-10 clients.

Rocky mountain wealth concepts is an RIA situated in San Francisco, Ca rocky mountain
wealth concepts focuses on additional pooled investment vehicles and over 75% of their
AUM is in additional pooled investment vehicles. Rocky mountain wealth concept is a real
vision of T Coleman Andrews III.

Coleman Andrews is the CEO and chief investment officer of rocky mountain wealth
concepts (“RMWC”), a proprietary investment enterprise managing funds in equity and credit
markets. RMWC primarily serves high net worth individuals and families, and their related
investment entities.

Mr. Andrews has also stayed in the investment business, and is currently chief executive of
rocky mountain wealth concepts, which manages money primarily for high net worth
individuals, according to a web biography. According to the biography, Mr. Andrews is a
former chairperson of world airways, and once led South African airways in a “strategic,
tactical, and financial turnaround.” like Mr. Romney; he also dipped his toe in the public
service pool, running for lieutenant governor of Virginia from 1994 to 1997. (He withdrew
from the race.)

Mr. Andrews, like Mr. Romney, is not a big fan of taxes. He appeared in a 2009 Barron's
article about high-income residents of states like Wyoming who move there from larger cities
to take advantage of low tax rates.

From 2005 to 2010, Mr. Andrews had also been CEO of rocky mountain bank, a financial
solutions company, and he served as an expert to a few private equity finance funds. From
1998 to 2001, Mr. Andrews served the governments of president nelson Mandela and Thabo
Mbeki of South Africa in leading the strategic, tactical, and financial turnaround of South
African airways, a global company with 10,500 employees and operations in 34 countries.

From 1994 to 1997, Mr. Andrews ran for the office of lt. governor of Virginia, eventually
withdrawing due to family obligations while leading the race. During this time, Governor
George Allen appointed him to Virginia's commission for citizen empowerment, which
developed the strategy that led to a successful overhaul of Virginia's welfare policies.

From 1986 to 1997, Coleman Andrews has been Chairman or CEO of world airways, in
which he led a successful turnaround while navigating the effects of the gulf war and a severe
industry recession. Mr. Andrews was awarded the civilian desert shield/desert storm medal in
1991 by the United States air force for volunteer service in the war zone during the gulf war.
From 1983 to 1986, Mr. Andrews was co-founding partner of Bain capital, which has
developed into one of the nation’s top private equity firms. Between 1978 and 1982, he
progressed from associate to partner of Bain & company during a key stage in the
development of the international strategy-consulting firm. Mr. Andrews the rocky mountain
wealth concepts fame served in the white house from 1975 to 1977, where he was ultimately
appointed as staff assistant to the president for economic affairs. He holds an M.B.A. from
Stanford University, where he was named an Arjay Miller Scholar, and he graduated, magna
cum laude, from Dartmouth College with high honors in economics and as a Rufus Choate

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