Eric Schwitzer is Vice Chairman of Lincoln Peck Financial, a financial advisory firm. Prior thereto he was a Managing Partner at Enterprise Capital with an excess of $300 million under management. Previous to that, Eric was Senior Vice President, Strategic Development at Westcoast Energy Inc., responsible for Westcoast’s corporate planning and strategic development functions and for the ultimate sale of Westcoast to Duke Energy for $13 billion. Prior to August, 1999 Eric was Managing Director of ScotiaMcLeod Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank of Nova Scotia and one of Canada’s leading full service investment banking firms. His investment banking experience includes billions of dollars of financings in public and private markets, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructurings, business valuations and expert financial testimony. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from McGill University, a Master of Management Science degree (S.M.) from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a Chartered Business Valuator (“CBV”).