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The following slide was added to the Company’s previously filed materials and is being used in presentations to investors.

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AmTrust Clearly Informed Market Participants About Record Date of April 5, 2018 AmTrust’s record date of April 5, 2018 for its upcoming Special Meeting on June 4, 2018 was set and announced in accordance with applicable NASDAQ rules and law. The Company conducted a broker search 20 business days before the record date as required by SEC rules, and thus the record date would have been available to market participants through "a simple phone call," as acknowledged by proxy advisory firm ISS. Screenshot of Broadridge website in which the record date is clearly published: