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Essential Client Data                                Investment Profile                               Detailed Information
   Cover Page               N/A                          Risk Tolerance 1    Section 2, Page 1 of 4      Asset Details        Section 3, Page 1 of 6
   Planning Process         Section 1, Page 1 of 9       Risk Tolerance 2    Section 2, Page 2 of 4      Liability Details    Section 3, Page 2 of 6
   Personal Information     Section 1, Page 2 of 9       Risk Tolerance 3    Section 2, Page 3 of 4      Insurance Details    Section 3, Page 3 of 6
   Family Tree              Section 1, Page 3 of 9       Investment Policy   Section 2, Page 4 of 4      Business Details 1   Section 3, Page 4 of 6
   Life Vision              Section 1, Page 4 of 9                                                       Business Details 2   Section 3, Page 5 of 6
   Income & Expenses        Section 1, Page 5 of 9                                                       Business Details 3   Section 3, Page 6 of 6
   Net Worth                Section 1, Page 6 of 9                                                       Business Details 4
   Corporate Structure      Section 1, Page 7 of 9                                                       Business Details 5
   Trust Structure          Section 1, Page 8 of 9                                                       Business Details 6
   Additional Information   Section 1, Page 9 of 9
   Next Meeting             Client Document
FINANCIAL PLANNING & ESTATE QUESTIONNAIRE
DATE:

PREPARED FOR:

PREPARED BY:
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
FINANCIAL PLANNING PROCESS                                                                                                                 Section 1, Page 1 of 9

Financial Planning Steps

   VISION:
     Our financial planning process begins with the vision you have for your family's future.

   FINANCIALS:
     Once we gain an understanding of your personal and financial goals, it is necessary to collect your personal and corporate financial information.

   ANALYSIS:
    A computer simulation combining your vision and financial resources is created to determine the extent to which you will be able to meet your goals.

   HAZARDS:
    Various planning scenarios are created to forecast the financial impact, if any, of the many hazards that life may throw at you.

   ALTERNATIVES:
    Numerous financial planning strategies designed to reduce income taxes and improve overall returns are explored.

   IMPLEMENTATION:
     Recommendations are presented to you including timelines, benchmarks and annual review.

Fundamental Elements of a Financial Plan

   FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT:
     Based on your desired lifestyle, we develop and evaluate the advantages and disadvantages of various financial management strategies.

   ASSET MANAGEMENT:
    We assess whether your investment return expectations are consistent with your financial needs and risk tolerance.

   RISK MANAGEMENT:
     We determine your exposure to financial risk and evaluate your current insurance coverage effectiveness.

   RETIREMENT PLANNING:
    We develop financial projections to determine if your retirement objectives are realistic and the trade-offs that may be necessary.

   TAX PLANNING:
    We evaluate the suitability of your existing tax strategies and structures and assess the financial impact of planning alternatives.

   ESTATE PLANNING:
    We calculate your liquidity needs and identify family dynamics and business relationships that could impact your estate planning objectives.
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
PERSONAL INFORMATION                                                                                   Section 1, Page 2 of 9

Client's Background Information
 Name:                                                  Retirement age/date:
 Date of birth:                                         Citizenship:
 Address:                                               Home phone:
                                                        Cell phone:
 City/Province:                                         Email address:
 Preferred method of communication?     Email   Phone
 Occupation:                                            Business phone:
 Employer:                                              Years of service:
 Do you have any health problems?
 Do you currently smoke?                Yes     No      Have you smoked in the past year?        Yes            No
 Have you ever applied for insurance?   Yes     No      Have you ever been declined insurance?   Yes            No
 Were you married previously?           Yes     No      Support obligations:
 Hobbies or special interests:
 Other information:

Spouse's Background Information
 Name:                                                  Retirement age/date:
 Date of birth:                                         Citizenship:
 Cell phone:                                            Email address:
 Preferred method of communication?     Email   Phone
 Occupation:                                            Business phone:
 Employer:                                              Years of service:
 Do you have any health problems?
 Do you currently smoke?                Yes     No      Have you smoked in the past year?        Yes            No
 Have you ever applied for insurance?   Yes     No      Have you ever been declined insurance?   Yes            No
 Were you married previously?           Yes     No      Support obligations:
 Hobbies or special interests:
 Other information:
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
FAMILY TREE                                                                  Section 1, Page 3 of 9

Client's Parents                              Spouse's Parents
  Father:                                      Father:
    DOB:                Deceased                 DOB:               Deceased
    Special needs:                               Special needs:
  Mother:                                      Mother:
    DOB:                Deceased                 DOB:               Deceased
    Special needs:                               Special needs:

Child's Family
 Name:                                         Partner:
    DOB:                Financial dependant     DOB:               Relationship:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:

Child's Family
 Name:                                         Partner:
    DOB:                Financial dependant     DOB:               Relationship:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:

Child's Family
 Name:                                         Partner:
    DOB:                Financial dependant     DOB:               Relationship:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:

Child's Family
 Name:                                         Partner:
    DOB:                Financial dependant     DOB:               Relationship:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:

Child's Family
 Name:                                         Partner:
    DOB:                Financial dependant     DOB:               Relationship:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:
 Grandchild / DOB:                             Grandchild / DOB:
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
LIFE VISION, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES                                                                                                                        Section 1, Page 4 of 9

Retirement Planning Objectives
Does your planned retirement age reflect the age you would like to retire?                      Yes        No
What do you think will be most the most important things to you in retirement?
What do you think will be your main activities in retirement?
What will your annual after-tax retirement income requirements be during your retirement years?
Do you think your income requirements will increase or decrease as you get older?
Would you like more money to spend in the first ten years of retirement and less in the years eleven and onward?                      Yes           No
Do you plan to earn an income while in retirement?               Yes           No      If yes, how much?                                  How many years?
    How do you expect to earn this income?
How long do you think you will live?       Client:                              Spouse:
If you could, would you like to help your children financially?                Yes         No         If yes how?
Is creditor protection important to you?             Yes         No        Is creditor protection important to your heirs?          Yes        No
Are you anticipating a sizable inheritance?            Yes            No        Details:

Estate Planning Objectives
Do you have a current will?                Yes       No         Date:                            Who is your executor/executrix?
Do you have a power of attorney?              Yes          No      Do you have a personal directive?                Yes       No
Do you feel it is important to have your debts paid off in the event you or your spouse died?                       Yes       No
Do you feel it is important to maintain your family's current standard of living in the event you or your spouse died?                Yes           No
Provide details of any bequests, special needs or other instructions for your estate:




Life insurance details:              Company                            Type                     Amount                   Insured         Beneficiary          Premium

 Include details on the following
 types of life insurance, both
 personally and corporately
 owned:
 Creditor, Mortgage, Group,
 Term Life, Cash Value and
 Joint life.
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
INCOME & EXPENSES                                                                    Section 1, Page 5 of 9

Income                          Client   Spouse   Expenses                 Monthly      Annual
Earned Income                                     Food & Shelter




Pension & Government Benefits                     Travel & Entertainment




Investment Withdrawals                            Discretionary Spending




Other Taxable Income                              Debt Service




Other Non-taxable Income                          Saving & Investing
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
NET WORTH                                                                       Section 1, Page 6 of 9

Assets                         Client   Spouse   Liabilities           Client      Spouse
Short Term Savings                               Credit Cards




Pension Plans                                    Lines of Credit



 Years of service (DB):
 Pension factors (DB):
RRSP/RRIF Investments                            Consumer Loans




 Current contribution limit:
Non-registered Investments                       Investment Loans




Real Estate Holdings                             Mortgages




Other Assets                                     Deferred Income Tax
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
CORPORATE STRUCTURE                                                                                                                    Section 1, Page 7 of 9

Shareholders Diagram

Holding Companies                        Shareholders                              Shareholders                                   Operating Companies
Company Name / Value                                                         %                                          %         Company Name / Value

                                                                             %                                          %
                                                                             %                                          %
Year End                                                                     %                                          %         Year End

                                                                             %                                          %

Company Name / Value                                                         %                                          %         Company Name / Value

                                                                             %                                          %
                                                                             %                                          %
Year End                                                                     %                                          %         Year End

                                                                             %                                          %

Company Name / Value                                                         %                                          %         Company Name / Value

                                                                             %                                          %
                                                                             %                                          %
Year End                                                                     %                                          %         Year End

                                                                             %                                          %

Company Name / Value                                                         %                                          %         Company Name / Value

                                                                             %                                          %
                                                                             %                                          %
Year End                                                                     %                                          %         Year End

                                                                             %                                          %

Have you personally guaranteed any loans for any of the above businesses?                                                   Yes       No
 If yes, please provide details:
Is there an agreement in place regarding the purchase of your business interests in the event of disability or death?       Yes       No
  If yes, how have you funded it?
Do you have a succession plan in place?                                                                                     Yes       No
 If yes, please provide details:
Do you expect to claim the $750,000 Lifetime Capital Gains Exemption when you dispose of your business?                     Yes       No
 If yes, please provide details:
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
TRUST STRUCTURE                                                          Section 1, Page 8 of 9

Trust Diagram

Settlor(s)                                                                               Trustee
Residence                                                                                Trustee
Date Created                            Name of Trust                                    Trustee



                          Beneficiary                   Trust Property           Value



                          Beneficiary                   Trust Property           Value



                          Beneficiary                   Trust Property           Value



                          Beneficiary                   Trust Property           Value



                          Beneficiary                   Trust Property           Value



                          Beneficiary                   Trust Property           Value



                          Beneficiary                   Trust Property           Value



                          Beneficiary                   Trust Property           Value


Additional Information:
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION                                                                                                              Section 1, Page 9 of 9

Follow-up Meeting
Date:                                                                     Meeting to be arranged by the:       Advisor   Client
Time:                                    AM         PM
Location:             Advisor's office              Client's office              Client's home                 Other

Documents Required For Next Meeting                                                                                                            Submitted
   Last 2 years of income tax returns including the Notice of Assessment.
   Employer provided benefits, including your group life insurance, disability insurance and company pension plan.
   Financial statements and tax returns of any corporation in which you own an interest.
   Copies of any partnership or shareholders agreement.
   Any life insurance policies including the most recent annual statement.
   Any disability, critical illness and long term care insurance policies including the most recent annual statement.
   Current investment statements for both RRSP and non-RRSP investments.
   Most recent mortgage and other loan statements including any lines of credit.
   Your current wills and any power of attorney for property and personal care/health directives.
   Marital agreement, separation agreement, divorce orders, cohabitation agreement.
   Trust documents for any trusts of which you, your spouse and/or your children are beneficiaries.

Professional Advisors             Name                                         Address                                            Phone Number
Investment Advisor:
Insurance Agent:
Accountant:
Lawyer:
Banker:

Additional Information
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION                                                                                                            Client Copy

Follow-up Meeting
Date:                                                                     Meeting to be arranged by the:       Advisor   Client
Time:                                    AM         PM
Location:             Advisor's office              Client's office              Client's home                 Other

Documents Required For Next Meeting
   Last 2 years of income tax returns including the Notice of Assessment.
   Employer provided benefits, including your group life insurance, disability insurance and company pension plan.
   Financial statements and tax returns of any corporation in which you own an interest.
   Copies of any partnership or shareholders agreement.
   Any life insurance policies including the most recent annual statement.
   Any disability, critical illness and long term care insurance policies including the most recent annual statement.
   Current investment statements for both RRSP and non-RRSP investments.
   Most recent mortgage and other loan statements including any lines of credit.
   Your current wills and any power of attorney for property and personal care/health directives.
   Marital agreement, separation agreement, divorce orders, cohabitation agreement.
   Trust documents for any trusts of which you, your spouse and/or your children are beneficiaries.

Additional Information
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
INVESTOR PROFILE                                                                                                                     Section 2, Page 1 of 4

Investment
1. If the media were to suggest that a decline in the stock market was imminent, would you move all your investments to cash:
        Client:                Definitely           Probably           Maybe             Probably not       No
        Spouse:                Definitely           Probably           Maybe             Probably not       No

2. If one of your investments earned 20% or more within a 12 month period or less, would you sell it to lock in the gains:
        Client:                 Definitely       Probably           Maybe               Probably not           No
        Spouse:                 Definitely       Probably           Maybe               Probably not           No

3. In a typical year, what percentage of your portfolio would you routinely reposition:
       Client:                  80% to 100%          60% to 80%         40% to 60%         20% to 40%          Less than 20%
       Spouse:                  80% to 100%          60% to 80%         40% to 60%         20% to 40%          Less than 20%

4. Do you choose investments that are highly rated based on recent performance:
      Client:                 Definitely          To some extent    Not a key factor
      Spouse:                 Definitely          To some extent    Not a key factor

Risk Tolerance
1. Do any of these statements apply to your present investment needs:
        a) I want to ensure that my savings do not decrease over any time period.
        b) I am willing to accept lower returns to avoid the possibility of losing any of my original investment.
        c) I am not willing to accept the day-to-day fluctuations in my account value that accompany an investment in the stock market.
        Client:                    Yes                 No                                      Spouse:            Yes            No
   If yes do not complete. Other investment options should be explored and we will discuss a strategy using guaranteed investments.

2. How would you describe your level of investment knowledge:
      Client:                Extensive           Good                   Fair               Limited             Nil
      Spouse:                Extensive           Good                   Fair               Limited             Nil

3. Do you read the financial papers and make investment decisions on the basis of a variety of economic indicators:
      Client:                  Definitely        To some extent     Not at all
      Spouse:                  Definitely        To some extent     Not at all

4. Is your personal financial situation is such that short-term losses would compromise your financial stability:
       Client:                    Yes                 No                                  Spouse:               Yes             No

5. How frequently do you review the performance of your investments:
      Client:                 Monthly            Quarterly          Annually               Occasionally        Rarely
      Spouse:                 Monthly            Quarterly          Annually               Occasionally        Rarely
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
INVESTOR PROFILE                                                                                                                      Section 2, Page 2 of 4

Risk Tolerance (continued)
6. If you were to experience a sudden reduction in income, would you liquidate investments before reducing your standard of living:
        Client:                 Definitely         Probably          Maybe              Probably not       No
        Spouse:                 Definitely         Probably          Maybe              Probably not       No

7. Which best describes your prior investment experience:
      Client       Spouse     I have focused my investments on income-generating investments because I need my investments to generate a substantial
                                 amount of periodic income revenue and/or I wanted the safety of my capital guaranteed.
      Client       Spouse     Along with safety of capital and revenue, I have also looked for some moderate capital growth in my investments.
      Client       Spouse     I have a mixed cash, bonds and stocks, to provide growth and income with a moderate level of risk.
      Client       Spouse     I have emphasized growth investments like stocks with a view towards long-term capital appreciation and I have accepted
                                 the higher level of risk and volatility that this strategy entails.
      Client       Spouse     I have a tendency to purchase high-risk, volatile securities that provide the potential for large returns.

8. Knowing that revenue-generating investments are generally safer than growth investments that pay little or no cash payments and, knowing that
   safer investments generally have lower returns than growth investments, which do you prefer:
       Client       Spouse     I prefer investments that provide a stream of steady income over investments that favor capital growth.
       Client       Spouse     Growth and income are both important to me.
       Client       Spouse     I am mostly looking for capital growth. I prefer the potential for growth over a steady stream of income.

9. Your preferred choice of investment has:
      Client        Spouse      Very low risk but will provide only modest growth potential.
      Client        Spouse      Some moderate risk with opportunities for moderate growth.
      Client        Spouse      Significant risk with the opportunity to provide large returns.

10. What temporary drop in the value of your investments are you prepared to accept:
      Client:                   None               Up to 5%          5% to 10%              10% to 20%      More than 20%
      Spouse:                   None               Up to 5%          5% to 10%              10% to 20%      More than 20%

11. The following choices show the possible results of a $100,000 investment at the end of one year. Which one would you choose:
       Client        Spouse     Investment A, valued at $102,000 - $106,000            (2% to 6% gain)
       Client        Spouse     Investment B, valued at $95,000 - $115,000             (5% loss to 15% gain)
       Client        Spouse     Investment C, valued at $90,000 - $125,000             (10% loss to 25% gain)
       Client        Spouse     Investment D, valued at $80,000 - $135,000             (20% loss to 35% gain)

12. What percentage of your portfolio must not be subject to any negative fluctuations:
      Client:                  80% to 100%         60% to 80%          40% to 60%           20% to 40%      Less than 20%
      Spouse:                  80% to 100%         60% to 80%          40% to 60%           20% to 40%      Less than 20%
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
INVESTOR PROFILE                                                                                                                                 Section 2, Page 3 of 4

Risk Tolerance (continued)
13. If your investment decreases in value over a one-year period but remains consistent with the current trends in the market, which statement best
    describes your investment philosophy:
         Client      Spouse     I will tolerate only modest losses.
         Client      Spouse     I will tolerate one year of poor returns.
         Client      Spouse     I will tolerate more than one year of poor returns.

14. What percentage of your portfolio do you feel you need access to for emergencies or opportunities?
      Client:                  80% to 100%          60% to 80%        40% to 60%         20% to 40%                Less than 20%
      Spouse:                  80% to 100%          60% to 80%        40% to 60%         20% to 40%                Less than 20%

15. What percentage of your investment portfolio will be needed to fund anticipated expenses, major purchases, or other needs over the next 5 years?
      Client:                  80% to 100%         60% to 80%          40% to 60%        20% to 40%         Less than 20%
      Spouse:                  80% to 100%         60% to 80%          40% to 60%        20% to 40%         Less than 20%

Goals
1. Which of the following best describes your primary investment objective for this portfolio:
      Client         Spouse     I want to preserve my capital and/or generate a steady stream of income to cover my current expenses. Although I am not
                                comfortable with the volatility of the stock market, I am not against the idea of investing a small portion of the portfolio in
                                stocks, primarily to offset inflation.
        Client       Spouse      I am primarily looking for revenue generation because I need (or may need) income from this investment portfolio to cover my
                                 current expenses. Although I am willing to tolerate a limited amount of volatility in order to grow my portfolio, I like the stability
                                 associated with having the majority of my portfolio invested in fixed-income securities.
        Client       Spouse      I value both revenue generation and capital appreciation. I am willing to accept a moderate level of volatility in order to grow
                                 my capital and I like the stability associated with having a portion of my portfolio invested in fixed-income securities.
        Client       Spouse      I am primarily looking for capital appreciation. Although I am prepared to accept a higher degree of volatility in the value of
                                 my investments, I am not comfortable investing 100% of the portfolio in the stock market.
        Client       Spouse      I want to maximize the potential return on my capital by investing the majority or the entire portfolio in the stock market. In
                                 doing so, I am willing to accept a high degree of volatility in the value of my investments in exchange for potentially much
                                 higher returns.

2. How many years do you expect it to be before these investments will be required to produce income?
      Client:               Required now          1 to 5 years     5 to 10 years         10 to 20 years            Greater than 20 years
      Spouse:               Required now          1 to 5 years     5 to 10 years         10 to 20 years            Greater than 20 years

3. What percentage of your total retirement income do you anticipate will come from investments?
     Client:                   80% to 100%        60 % to 80%        40% to 60%         20% to 40%                 Less than 20%
     Spouse:                   80% to 100%        60 % to 80%        40% to 60%         20% to 40%                 Less than 20%
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
INVESTMENT POLICY STATEMENT                                                                                                                     Section 2, Page 4 of 4

Investment Objectives
The single most important objective is:
    1) Capital preservation                                           5) Maximum income, reducing principal to zero at life expectancy
    2) Growth                                                         6) Creditor protection
    3) Growth with tax efficiency                                     7) Investing for the next generation
    4) Income, while not reducing principal                           8) Using proceeds for a future purchase
                                                                      If so, when:                                    How much:
Please rate the above objectives in the order of importance using it's number, beginning with the most important objective first.
  (Leave out any objectives that do not apply to you.)
What is your expected annualized Rate of Return?
How long do you expect this money to be invested?
  Is there a chance you will need it back sooner?                      Yes              No
What % of your investable assets is this account?
What % of your net worth is this account?
Is it important that your investments outpace inflation?               Yes              No

Asset Allocation
The asset allocation of your account will be:
  Cash:                                                             Variance between asset classes (%):
  Fixed Income:                                                     Bias:               Small Cap      Mid Cap         Large Cap
  Equities:                                                         Variance regarding bias (%):

Managing Your Account
We agree to the following:
  A) We will use professional management to manage ________% of your account.
  B) As your Investment Advisors we will choose securities that will make up ________% of your account.
  C) You will approve the purchase and sale of all securities referred to in 'A' and 'B'.
  D) You will return communication to us in a timely manner so that we may execute transactions in your account when necessary.             We will not be
    held responsible for a missed opportunity if you do not get back to us.
  E) You will contact us immediately if there is a change in your life or financial status that would affect how this account is managed.
  F) You will be solely responsible for investment choices that you make on your own. This includes trades that you make at other firms and unsolicited
    trades that you ask us to make on your behalf.
  G) Your preferred method of communication is:                     Telephone        Email
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
ASSET DETAILS                                                                                        Section 3, Page 1 of 6

Short Term Saving Accounts           Institution   Owner   Value   Purpose of Funds




Registered Investment Accounts       Institution   Owner   Value   ACB           % Cash   % Income     % Equity   % Foreign




Non-registered Investment Accounts   Institution   Owner   Value   ACB           % Cash   % Income     % Equity   % Foreign




Real Estate Holdings                               Owner   Value   ACB           Notes




Other Assets                                       Owner   Value   ACB           Notes
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
LIABILITY DETAILS                                                                                     Section 3, Page 2 of 6

Credit Cards (Include credit limit )      Institution   Owner   Amt. Owing   Payment   % Rate Notes / Repayment Plans




Lines Of Credit (Include credit limit )   Institution   Owner   Amt. Owing   Payment   % Rate Notes / Repayment Plans




Loans / Lease Obligations                 Institution   Owner   Amt. Owing   Payment   % Rate Notes / Repayment Plans




Mortgages                                 Institution   Owner   Amt. Owing   Payment   % Rate Notes / Repayment Plans




Investment Loans                          Institution   Owner   Amt. Owing   Payment   % Rate Notes / Repayment Plans




Other Debts / Outstanding Taxes           Institution   Owner   Amt. Owing   Payment   % Rate Notes / Repayment Plans
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
INSURANCE DETAILS                                                                                               Section 3, Page 3 of 6

Life (Type)      Institution   Life Insured   Death Ben.     Cash Value     Beneficiary   Premium   Frequency                  Owner




Disability       Institution   Insured        Ben. Amount    Wait Period    Ben. Period   Premium   Frequency                  Owner




Critical Illness Institution   Insured        Ben. Amount    Cash Value     Expiry Age    Premium   Frequency                  Owner



L.T. Care        Institution   Insured        Ben. Amount    Ben. Period    Expiry Age    Premium   Frequency                  Owner



Medical          Institution   Insured        Hospital       Prescription   Dental        Premium   Frequency                  Owner



Other            Institution   Insured        Provide Details of Coverage                 Premium   Frequency                  Owner
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
BUSINESS #1 DETAILS                                                                                                    Section 3, Page 4 of 6

Name and Nature of Business                        Estimated Value                 Retained Earnings           RDTOH           CDA


Common Shareholders                  # Shares      Value             ACB           PUC           Class         Plans for Disposition




Preferred Shareholders               # Shares      Value             ACB           PUC           Class         Plans for Disposition




Payment of Dividend / Bonus          Type          Amount            Duration      Additional Information




Long Term Investments / Securities   Institution   Value             ACB           % Cash        % Income      % Equity        % Foreign




Insurance Policies                   Institution   Life Insured      Face Amount   Cash Value    Beneficiary   Premium         Frequency




Real Estate                          Value         ACB               Mortgage      Payment       % Rate        Notes




Other Assets / Liabilities           Asset Value   ACB               Amt. Owing    Payment       % Rate        Notes
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
BUSINESS #2 DETAILS                                                                                                    Section 3, Page 5 of 6

Name and Nature of Business                        Estimated Value                 Retained Earnings           RDTOH           CDA


Common Shareholders                  # Shares      Value             ACB           PUC           Class         Plans for Disposition




Preferred Shareholders               # Shares      Value             ACB           PUC           Class         Plans for Disposition




Payment of Dividend / Bonus          Type          Amount            Duration      Additional Information




Long Term Investments / Securities   Institution   Value             ACB           % Cash        % Income      % Equity        % Foreign




Insurance Policies                   Institution   Life Insured      Face Amount   Cash Value    Beneficiary   Premium         Frequency




Real Estate                          Value         ACB               Mortgage      Payment       % Rate        Notes




Other Assets / Liabilities           Asset Value   ACB               Amt. Owing    Payment       % Rate        Notes
CONFIDENTIAL FINANCIAL INFORMATION
BUSINESS #3 DETAILS                                                                                                    Section 3, Page 6 of 6

Name and Nature of Business                        Estimated Value                 Retained Earnings           RDTOH           CDA


Common Shareholders                  # Shares      Value             ACB           PUC           Class         Plans for Disposition




Preferred Shareholders               # Shares      Value             ACB           PUC           Class         Plans for Disposition




Payment of Dividend / Bonus          Type          Amount            Duration      Additional Information




Long Term Investments / Securities   Institution   Value             ACB           % Cash        % Income      % Equity        % Foreign




Insurance Policies                   Institution   Life Insured      Face Amount   Cash Value    Beneficiary   Premium         Frequency




Real Estate                          Value         ACB               Mortgage      Payment       % Rate        Notes




Other Assets / Liabilities           Asset Value   ACB               Amt. Owing    Payment       % Rate        Notes

				
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