The Board of Directors of Elah Holdings, Inc. is comprised of five members, who oversee the management of the Company. The Board of Directors does not currently maintain separate committees, including audit, compensation, or nominating and governance committees. Rather, the Board of Directors, acting together, subject to applicable law, serves in such roles.

C. Clark Webb, Chairman

Clark Webb is Founder and Managing Member of P10 Capital Management, LLC, Co-CEO and director of P10 Holdings, Inc. (OTCPink: PIOE), and Co-Founder and Principal of 210 Capital, LLC. Mr. Webb is also currently Chairman of the Board of Elah Holdings, Inc., Chairman of the Board of Collaborative Imaging, LLC, a director of Crossroads Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: CRSS), and a director of Globalscape, Inc. (NYSE American: GSB). Prior to co-founding 210 Capital, Mr. Webb was Co-Portfolio Manager of the Lafayette Street Fund, a multi-billion dollar opportunistic equity strategy, and a Partner at Select Equity Group, L.P. He holds a BA from Princeton University.

Robert H. Alpert

Robert Alpert is the co-founder and principal of 210 Capital, LLC. He is also the Chairman of the Board and CEO of Globalscape, Inc. (NYSE American: GSB), the Co-CEO and Chairman of the Board of P10 Holdings, Inc. (OTCPink: PIOE), Chairman of the Board of Crossroads Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: CRSS), and a director of Elah Holdings, Inc. Prior to founding 210 Capital, Mr. Alpert was the founder and portfolio manager of Atlas Capital Management, LP, a long-short strategy investment adviser from October 1995 to September 2015, where he was responsible for the investments and operations of Atlas. Mr. Alpert holds a BA from Princeton University (1987) and an MBA from Columbia University (1990). He is married with three children, and he and his wife founded a private foundation, Covenant Charities, Inc. Mr. Alpert is an active member of Watermark Community Church. He is currently on the Board of The Halftime Institute and Dallas Theological Seminary.

Randolph Brown

Randy Brown is a Managing Director of Fortress Investment Group and was one of the founding partners of the firm’s Drawbridge Special Opportunities Fund which launched in August of 2002. Mr. Brown has been involved in corporate and real estate senior and mezzanine lending and the management of distressed corporate, commercial and real estate assets since 1984. Prior to joining Fortress Investment Group, Mr. Brown served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of AMRESCO, Inc., a publicly traded finance company from 2000 to 2001, where he played a significant role in AMRESCO’s entry into the distressed portfolio acquisition arena. In 1996, he founded and served as the President of AMRESCO Commercial Finance, Inc., its business lending and specialized industries lending subsidiary. Mr. Brown was previously a Director at Nations Bank North Carolina where he was responsible for the management of problem commercial and real estate loans and assets in the Southeastern United States. Mr. Brown received a B.A. in Economics from Southern Methodist University. Mr. Brown has served on the boards of a variety of civic and philanthropic organizations and held numerous leadership positions.

Brian Laibow

Brian Laibow is a Managing Director at Oaktree Capital Management, which he joined after graduating with an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School in 2006. Mr. Laibow serves on the boards of directors of Aleris Corporation and Runway Capital Growth. Before attending Harvard, Mr. Laibow worked at Caltius Private Equity, a middle market LBO firm in Los Angeles. Mr. Laibow’s prior experience includes serving as Director of M&A and Corporate Strategy at EarthLink, Inc. and as a senior business analyst at McKinsey & Company. Mr. Laibow graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. degree in economics from Dartmouth College and studied economics at Oxford University.

Douglas K. Tabor

Doug Tabor is the Founder/CEO of TTE-Airgroup/DFW, a Radiant Logistics Company that supports small to medium size manufacturers and Fortune 100 companies with cargo movement and project management by air, ocean, truck, and rail. Prior to his time in the freight forwarding business, Mr. Tabor was a multi-unit franchisee for Domino’s pizza in North Texas and worked with a minority venture capital company that specialized in acquisitions, operations, and financial analysis. Mr. Tabor has a Bachelor of Business Administration from Dallas Baptist University, an M.B.A. with a concentration in International Business from Dallas Baptist University, and a Doctorate in Education from Inter American University. Mr. Tabor has served on the boards of a variety of civic and philanthropic organizations and held numerous leadership positions.