Mr. Melnik has been involved in general business consulting for companies in the U.S. financial markets and setting up the legal and financial framework for operations of foreign companies in the U.S. Mr. Melnik advised UNR Holdings, Inc. with regard to the initiation of the trading of its stock in the over-the-counter markets in the U.S., and has provided general advice with respect to the U.S. financial markets for companies located in the U.S. and abroad. From February 2003 to May 2005 he was the Chief Operations Officer and a Board member of Asconi Corporation, Winter Park, Florida, with regard to restructuring the company and listing it on the American Stock Exchange. Mr. Melnik from June 1995 to December 1996 was a lawyer in the Department of Foreign Affairs, JSC Bank “Inteprinzbanca,”, Chisinau, Moldova, and prior thereto practiced law in Moldova in various positions.
Mr. Melnik is fluent in Russian, Romanian, English and Spanish.
Mr. Vitalie from 2007 to the present has been the CEO of MJet GmbH, Schwechat, Austria, which specializes in aircraft charters and management of business jets, providing also operations support and aviation consulting. Prior to founding MJet, Mr. Vitalie held specialized positions involving financial management for airline executives, and marketing and sales, network, fleet and cost structure, insurance and reinsurance of aviation risks and profitability management for the airline industry with companies in the UK, Switzerland, Germany and the Russian Federation. He was a project manager and advisor to Group CFO, Transmasholding, Russia, from 2005 to 2006, and a VP Finance and shareholder of Moldavian Airlines SA and Carpathair SA from 1995 to 2004. He is fluent in both Russian and English.
Mr. Vitalie attended the State University of the Republic of Moldova from 1990 to 1995, graduating with a degree in law in 1995. Mr. Botgros is fluent in Russian, Romanian, English, Italian, German and French.
Born and raised in Ukraine, Dina Lyaskovets holds a B.S. Degree in Biology from University of Kiev, and an MBA degree from Chapman University, Orange, CA. After being a series 7 licensed securities broker, and working at the institutional trading desk at Meridian Capital, and a few other second tear IB firms, she founded Ibis Consulting Group, LLC in May of 2000 in order to monetize existing relationships with institutional investors, as well as to apply the understanding of macroeconomic trends, and stock picking capabilities.
Dina was able to utilize her European background in order to expend institutional relationships geographically, covering most of Western Europe. IBISEastWest was created to expend existing service offerings, and cover new geographical areas, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, and countries of the former Soviet Union.
Mr. Paige graduated from Harvard College in 1963, and received his LL.B. from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1967. He started his law practice in New York City at Brown & Wood, New York, New York, in 1968, where he was an associate attorney specializing in corporate and securities law matters, including a large number of public offerings for investment banking and corporate clients of the firm. He stayed with that firm until 1974, when he moved to Washington D.C.
From 1974 to 1979, Mr. Paige was in the Office of General Counsel of the U.S. Department of Energy and predecessor agencies. From 1977 to 1979 at the Department of Energy, Mr. Paige was the Assistant General Counsel in charge of the oil company regulatory system.
Following the Department of Energy, Mr. Paige resumed a corporate and securities practice, with some energy clients as well. He joined Jackson & Campbell, P.C., a Washington, D.C. law firm as Counsel in August 1999 through 2013, after which he has continued to work with Jackson & Campbell, but has practiced through his own firm. His practice areas are corporate transactional and governance matters and securities law matters for U.S. and foreign clients. He represents a number of private companies in private offerings and venture capital financings, involving initial corporate structuring, preparation of a private placement memorandum and federal and state filings in connection with the offering. He represents a number of active publicly traded companies that are reporting companies under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 as to corporate legal matters and financings, offerings of securities, and federal and state filings under the U.S. securities laws. He is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and New York.