Warren L. Breslow

Chief Executive Officer at Goldrich & Kest Industries LLC

Location:
5150 Overland Ave, Culver City, California, United States
Company:
Goldrich & Kest Industries LLC
HQ Phone:
(310) 204-2050
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Last Updated 4/6/2017

General Information

Employment History

Financial Expert  - Audit Committee

Affiliations

Board Member  - Beit T'Shuvah

Board Members  - Founding.com

Director  - Aura Systems Inc

General Partner and Chief Financial Officer  - G & K Industries

Member  - Nominating Committee and Compensation Committee

Board Member  - Angels

President and Lifetime Member of the Board of Directors  - Stephen S. Wise Temple

of Directors  - Board

Web References  

http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/826253/0001213900-17-009788.txt

Warren Breslow*
* Mr. Breslow resigned as a director in March 2017. Warren Breslow. Mr. Breslow is a CPA and has been a director and Chairman of the Audit Committee since we emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings on January 31, 2006. Mr. Breslow is the General Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Goldrich & Kest Industries ("G & K Industries"). He joined G & K Industries in 1972 as controller and assumed his current position as General Partner and Chief Financial Officer in 1974. As General Partner and Chief Financial Officer of G & K Industries, Mr. Breslow oversees the financial aspects of its construction activity, as well as its management operations and information systems center. He is also the past president and a lifetime member of the board of directors of the Stephen S. Wise Temple, and supports numerous charitable and civic organizations. Prior to his association with G & K Industries, Mr. Breslow was a manager with the international accounting firm of Laventhol & Horwath. Mr. Breslow resigned as a director in March 2017. Mr. Breslow had also been a member of the Audit Committee prior to his resignation as a director in March 2017. Mr. Breslow had also been a member of the Compensation Committee prior to his resignation as a director in March 2017. Mr. Breslow has provided loans to us in the aggregate principal amount of $14,930,041. For a discussion about Mr. Breslow's loans to us, see "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Results of Operations - Liquidity" and "Certain Relationships and Related Party Transactions". Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole. Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole. Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole.

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http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/826253/0001213900-17-009780.txt

Warren Breslow*
*Mr. Breslow resigned as a director in March 2017. Warren Breslow . Mr. Breslow is a CPA and has been a director and Chairman of the Audit Committee since we emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings on January 31, 2006. Mr. Breslow is the General Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Goldrich & Kest Industries ("G & K Industries"). He joined G & K Industries in 1972 as controller and assumed his current position as General Partner and Chief Financial Officer in 1974. As General Partner and Chief Financial Officer of G & K Industries, Mr. Breslow oversees the financial aspects of its construction activity, as well as its management operations and information systems center. He is also the past president and a lifetime member of the board of directors of the Stephen S. Wise Temple, and supports numerous charitable and civic organizations. Prior to his association with G & K Industries, Mr. Breslow was a manager with the international accounting firm of Laventhol & Horwath. Mr. Breslow resigned from the Board of Directors in March 2017. The members of the Audit Committee for fiscal 2016 were Mr. Warren Breslow, (Chairperson) and Mr. Salvador Diaz-Verson. Our Board determined that Mr. Breslow was an "audit committee financial expert" as such term is defined by the rules and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Breslow resigned as a director in March 2017. Compensation Committee . The Compensation Committee does not have a formal charter however the committee reviews and recommends to the full Board the amounts and types of compensation to be paid to the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; reviews and approves the amounts and types of compensation to be paid to our other executive officers and the non-employee directors; reviews and approves, on behalf of the Board, salary, bonus and equity guidelines for our other employees; and administers our 2006 Stock Option Plan. The Compensation Committee is currently comprised of Mr. Diaz-Verson (Chairperson) and Mr. Breslow. Mr. Breslow has provided loans to us in the amount of $14,235,960. For a discussion about Mr. Breslow's loans to us, please see "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Results of Operations - Liquidity" and "Certain Relationships and Related Party Transactions". Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole. Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole. Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole.

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http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/826253/0001213900-17-009769.txt

Warren Breslow*
Mr. Breslow resigned as a director in March 2017 Warren Breslow. Mr. Breslow is a CPA and has been a director and Chairman of the Audit Committee since we emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings on January 31, 2006. Mr. Breslow is the General Partner and Chief Financial Officer of Goldrich & Kest Industries ("G & K Industries"). He joined G & K Industries in 1972 as controller and assumed his current position as General Partner and Chief Financial Officer in 1974. As General Partner and Chief Financial Officer of G & K Industries, Mr. Breslow oversees the financial aspects of its construction activity, as well as its management operations and information systems center. He is also the past president and a lifetime member of the board of directors of the Stephen S. Wise Temple, and supports numerous charitable and civic organizations. Prior to his association with G & K Industries, Mr. Breslow was a manager with the international accounting firm of Laventhol & Horwath. Mr. Breslow resigned from the Board of Directors in March 2017. The members of the Audit Committee for fiscal 2016 were Mr. Warren Breslow, (Chairperson) and Mr. Salvador Diaz-Verson. Our Board determined that Mr. Breslow was an "audit committee financial expert" as such term is defined by the rules and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Mr. Breslow resigned as a director in March 2017. Compensation Committee. The Compensation Committee does not have a formal charter however the committee reviews and recommends to the full Board the amounts and types of compensation to be paid to the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer; reviews and approves the amounts and types of compensation to be paid to our other executive officers and the non-employee directors; reviews and approves, on behalf of the Board, salary, bonus and equity guidelines for our other employees; and administers our 2006 Stock Option Plan. The Compensation Committee is currently comprised of Mr. Diaz-Verson (Chairperson) and Mr. Breslow. Mr. Breslow has provided loans to us in the amount of $14,235,960. For a discussion about Mr. Breslow's loans to us, please see "Management's Discussion and Analysis of Results of Operations - Liquidity" and "Certain Relationships and Related Party Transactions". Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole. Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole. Gagerman and Diaz-Verson to a Special Committee to seek to negotiate restructuring agreements with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to review the Company's relationships with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, to independently assess the transactions with each of Mr. Breslow and Mr. Kopple, and to undertake such other inquiries and investigations, and make such recommendations, as the Special Committee considers in the best interests of the Company and its stockholders as a whole.

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