Michael Beardsley has over 30 years of technology experience and over 20 years of investment banking and equity research experience. Mr. Beardsley founded Internet Securities in January 1999.
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Mr. Henderson is the Director of Corporate Development at Internet Securities. In this role, he cultivates strategic partnerships and customer relationships with the objective of maximizing
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Simona Musilkova is a Director of Investment Banking at Internet Securities and sources, structures, and implements corporate finance transactions in financial services, real estate, alternative energy
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Henry K. Wong has over 15 years of technology experience and over 10 years of marketing management experience. In his role as Chief Technology Officer of Internet Securities,
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provides an important advisory role to Internet Securities’ Equity Research department. Mr Bellace has over 37 years of technology experience and over 33 years of investment management and investment banking experience. Joe worked for Merrill Lynch for 16 years in equity research where he achieved global recognition. Joe was ranked the number one research analyst in the Telecommunications Equipment sector for nine out of ten years in a row (1988-1998) by Institutional Investor (II) magazine. He was also a member of the II Data Networking team (ranked in the top four) from 1994-1998. Mr. Bellace’s investment banking transactions included the lead manager on IPO for Cabletron Systems and the lead manager for secondary offering of Plantronics common stock. Also, senior co-manager on IPO for Lucent Technologies and co-manager for IPO and secondary financings for Advanced Fibre Communications and General Instrument. In terms of mergers and acquisitions, Joe was a key member of the team advising Boston Technology in their merger with Comverse Technology. Prior to Merrill Lynch, Mr. Bellace spent eight years at Bank of New York as a senior equity research analyst responsible for fundamental research on information processing industry (mainframe computers, mini computers, computer services, telecom equipment, etc). Joe also held research analyst positions at CNA Financial and Dupont Glore Forgan. Prior to Mr. Bellace’s investment management and research career, Joe spent four years at AT&T as a sales manager for major accounts purchasing customer premise equipment in New Jersey. Joe was also a data communications specialist for selected major accounts.
Mr. Bellace holds a M.B.A. from University of Pennsylvania, Wharton Graduate School. Joe was a member of Beta Gamma Sigma (Economics Honorary Society). He also attained a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering and a B.A. degree in Economics from Bucknell University where he was a member of Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honorary Society) and Omicron Delta Kappa (Leadership Honorary Society).
is a Partner at Reed Smith law firm – Technology and Intellectual Property Department. Focus areas include: Software & Internet – the protection of rights in ideas, software, content and brands; development and hosting transactions; licensing, co-marketing, and other commercialization deals. Intellectual Property – the protection of rights in technology, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets; licensing, distribution, transfers, and other transactions involving intellectual property. Sales and Marketing – distribution systems for goods and services; contracts and enforcement; compliance with antitrust laws; the design, implementation, and enforcement of franchise systems. Admitted to Bar, 1973; Phi Beta Kappa; “Avoiding the Risks in Large Software System Acquisitions,” Information Strategies: The Executive’s Journal (Summer 1998); “Legal Input” column on high technology law in Hardcopy Magazine, 1985-1987; “Franchising and Other Forms of Distribution,” in Foreign Direct Investment in the United States, 1993, published in several foreign languages abroad; “Franchising as a Means of International Expansion,” 1992; Founder and Editor, Franchise News, legal newsletter; “The Enforceability of Mid-Term Extensions of Employment Agreements Under California Labor Code Section 2855,” California State Bar Journal, 1981. Mr Meyer is a member of the American Bar Association, International Bar Association, State Bar of California (Sections on Business Law and Intellectual Property).
Education: Harvard University Law School – J.D., 1973, cum laude; Brown University – A.M., 1969, magna cum laude.