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Robert A. Moore

IPXI Holdings, LLC
Managing Director
Chicago, IL, USA


Robert A. Moore

As the Managing Director at IPXI Holdings LLC, Mr. Moore's primary responsibilities include leading the Company's efforts with Intellectual Property Sponsors/Owners in the valuation, marketing and pricing of Unit License Right™ (ULR™) contracts. In addition, he is IPXI's CFO.

Mr. Moore is also the principal member of RAM Capital Partners, a financial advisory firm focused on working with privately held, entrepreneurial companies and their capital and strategic issues. Over the last thirteen years, RAM Capital Partners' clients have included companies in the telecommunications, sports and entertainment, and software and technology industries. In conjunction with RAM Capital, Mr. Moore served as CEO and CFO for a technology company that specialized in supply chain management.

In addition, he was a founding member of Charleston Angel Partners and is a member of the Irish Angel network, associated with the University of Notre Dame. His role in these organizations has consisted of leading due diligence teams, negotiating term sheets and structuring investments in start-up and emerging companies in a variety of industries.

Prior to RAM Capital Partners, Mr. Moore was a Managing Director in Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette's Media and Telecommunications Group in Investment Banking. His capital raising experience ranged from private offerings of convertible debt and preferred equity securities for early stage companies to public offerings of common stock, including initial public offerings, preferred equity, convertible debt and high yield debt securities. His financial advisory experience included mergers and acquisitions and restructuring assignments.

Mr. Moore holds a BA from the University of Notre Dame (1981) and an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University (1985). Mr. Moore is currently an adjunct professor at the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame.  There he teaches two sections (MBA and Undergraduate) of Funding New Ventures, a course designed to prepare students for financing start-up and early stage companies. Topics include: sources of capital; due diligence; term sheets and financial modeling and statements. He also participates in lecturing in the ESTEEM program at Innovation Park at the University of Notre Dame.

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