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Caleb and REACH Role as Consortium Manager and

Caleb's core competence . Caleb has worked with a number of trade associations and Task Forces to build consensus and manage issues The role is as:Overseer of the inter-relationships (competition law)Mediator between parties on priorities and financing Interpreter of regulatory uncertainties in specific cases and liaison point with authoritiesCommunicator with outside stakeholders Caleb has a number of past and current case studies which speak to these roles .

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Caleb and REACH Role as Consortium Manager and

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    1. Caleb and REACH Role as Consortium Manager and/or SIEF Facilitator Paul Ashford Caleb Management Services 10 November 2009

    2. Calebs core competence Caleb has worked with a number of trade associations and Task Forces to build consensus and manage issues The role is as: Overseer of the inter-relationships (competition law) Mediator between parties on priorities and financing Interpreter of regulatory uncertainties in specific cases and liaison point with authorities Communicator with outside stakeholders Caleb has a number of past and current case studies which speak to these roles

    3. Caleb as Consortium Managers Some existing Task Forces have morphed to accommodate REACH often as separate legal structures Key examples of Calebs activities: Fuel additives (ATC) multiple substances Fatty acids in conjunction with Dr. Knll Phenolic resins both unmodified and modified Resorcinol extension of Task Force activities Cashew Nutshell Liquid complex chemistry Each example is unique the common thread is that they are time-consuming!!!

    4. Consortium managers as SIEF facilitators High importance placed on liaison with SIEFs Many consortia are failing in their duties and could incur the wrath of Competition Authorities Investment in REACHsuite software to help facilitate efficient and regular communications Management of existing studies and proposals for cost-sharing arrangements Long-term commitment to ensuring that existing and new SIEF members are catered for Getting the gold-diggers out of the arena

    5. Consortium managers as registrants Where dual roles exist, Caleb tends to operate with two representatives Also we have a preference to share the consortium management role (e.g. CNSL) Provides an alternative route for confidential information Ensures a third party check on all that is happening Provides comfort to other participants Provides protection for Caleb and its clients Not really any different than a Lead Registrant being a SIEF facilitator

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