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Business Description

Liquidmetal Technologies is the leading developer of bulk alloys and composites that utilize the performance advantages offered by amorphous alloy technology. Amorphous alloys are unique materials that are distinguished by their ability to retain a random structure when they solidify, in contrast to the crystalline atomic structure that forms in ordinary metals and alloys. Liquidmetal Technologies is the first company to produce amorphous alloys in commercially viable bulk form, enabling significant improvements in products across a wide array of industries.


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Board of Directors

Abdi Mahamedi - Chairman

Abdi Mahamedi is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Carlyle Development Group of Companies (CDG) which develops and manages residential and commercial properties in the United States on behalf of investors worldwide. Abdi Mahamedi is a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania where he received both his B.S.E. & M.S.E. degrees in Civil and Structural Engineering. He was a founder and director of Emanuel Land Company, a subsidiary of Emanuel & Company, a Wall Street investment banking firm. His responsibilities with CDG include the evaluation and supervision of all investment activities and management personnel.

Bob Howard-Anderson - Director

Bob Howard-Anderson joined the Board of Directors on January 31, 2013. Mr. Howard-Anderson served as President and CEO of Occam Networks, a leading provider of broadband access solutions, from May 2002 until it was acquired by Calix Inc. in February 2011. He was previously Vice President of Product Operations at Procket Networks from 2000 to 2002, where he was responsible for R&D, Product Management and Manufacturing Operations. He also served as a Vice President of Engineering at Sun Microsystems, responsible for developing and introducing a broad portfolio of products. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with a Physics concentration from Tufts University.

Scott Gillis - Director

Mr. Gillis is currently a Senior Vice President, Finance, of SunAmerica Financial Group, specializing in retirement savings and investment product services. In addition, Scott Gillis serves on the boards of directors of five additional insurance companies including, Western National Life Insurance, Variable Annuity Life Insurance, SunAmerica Life Insurance, SunAmerica Annuity and Life Insurance, and First SunAmerica Life Insurance Company. Gillis began his career at SunAmerica Life as Director of Audit and worked through the ranks becoming CFO in 2004. In 2011 he was named a Senior Vice President of the SunAmerica Financial Group. Mr. Gillis has also served in managerial financial positions with Price Waterhouse and Company, Siemens Energy and Automation and Integrated Circuits, along with memberships in several CPA organizations nationwide.

Richard Sevcik - Director

Richard Sevcik joined Liquidmetal Technologies’ board of directors in June 2013. Sevcik is currently president of Sevcik Consulting, a provider of consulting services to leading semiconductor companies. He currently serves on the board of directors of Alpha Omega Semiconductors, a NASDAQ-listed leader in the power semiconductor market. He previously served on the board of directors at SiliconBlue Technologies from 2008 until its acquisition by Lattice Semiconductor in 2011. Prior to SiliconBlue, Sevcik served as executive vice president and board member at Xilinx, a billion dollar supplier of programmable logic devices, where he was instrumental in driving the company’s quarterly revenue from $135 million to more than $470 million.Sevcik has also held various management positions at Hewlett Packard ranging, from general manager of HP’s business computing client server systems, to group general manager responsible for five divisions, several billion dollars in revenue and 2,000 employees. He also held various positions with Bell Northern Research (now Nortel Networks) and Bell Laboratories. Sevcik has authored two books, “Character Plus Common Sense” and “Self-Talk at Work.” He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering physics from the University of Illinois and a Master’s degree in electrical engineering from Northwestern University.

Tom Steipp - Director

Thomas Steipp is a senior executive with a 30 year track record of leading and transforming global technology companies. He is a proven, results-oriented leader with a history of successfully optimizing teams, operations and processes to maximize earnings and build shareholder value. As President and Chief Executive Officer of Symmetricom, Inc. (SYMM) from 1998 through 2009, Mr. Steipp led this 1100-employee public corporation through a strategic transformation from a technology holding company model into an advanced telecommunications hardware centered business. Prior to Symmetricom, Mr. Steipp was the Vice President and General Manager of Broadband Data Networks at Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. Mr. Steipp graduated from the United States Air Force Academy with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and earned a M.B.A. from Purdue University.


Walter Weyler

Mr. Weyler, age 76, has been a member of the Company’s Technology Board, a technology-focused advisory board, since October 2014. Mr. Weyler previously served, from 1995 to 2005, as the owner and president of Kinetics, Incorporated, a contract manufacturer of complex solid steel parts and a leader in metal injection molding. Prior to that time, Mr. Weyler served, from 1985 to 1993, as the president and chief operating officer and a director of Graco Inc., a publicly traded company that designs, manufactures and markets systems and equipment to move, measure, dispense and spray fluid and coating materials. Mr. Weyler has served as a member of the Oregon Symphony Board of Trustees since 2006 and a member of the Eliot Condominium Board since 2013. Mr. Weyler also served as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry from 2011 to 2015. The Board of Directors believes that Mr. Weyler’s experience and background will make him a qualified and valuable member of the Board. In particular, Mr. Weyler’s experience with coatings and metal injection molding businesses make him a valuable resource for the Company.




Thomas Steip - President and CEO

Paul Hauck - VP World-Wide Sales and Support

Executive Vice President (open)

David Choi - Senior Vice President Manufacturing

Won (Tony) Chung - Chief Financial Officer

Kim Cort, Finance Manager

Vice President Industrial Relations  (open)

Sean Okeeffe - Solutions Engineer

Otis Buchanan - VP Investor Relations, Media Relations

Angela Lopez - Corporate Secretary


Recent SEC Filings

Form Type Received Period Ending Size Report
SC 13D/A Oct 7, 2015   105.5 KB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
8-K Oct 5, 2015 Sept 30, 2015 401.8 KB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
4 Oct 2, 2015 Sept 30, 2015 5.5 KB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
3 Oct 2, 2015 Sept 30, 2015 11.2 KB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
8-K Sept 30, 2015 Sept 30, 2015 24.1 KB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
8-K Aug 25, 2015 Aug 20, 2015 98.8 KB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
10-Q Aug 6, 2015 Jun 30, 2015 2.1 MB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
4 Jun 26, 2015 Jun 23, 2015 8.3 KB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
8-K Jun 23, 2015 Jun 17, 2015 22.9 KB  PDF    RTF    HTML   
10-Q May 5, 2015 Mar 31, 2015 1.5 MB  PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS

Financial Reporting/Disclosure
Reporting Status U.S. Reporting: SEC Reporting
Audited Financials Audited
Latest Report Jun 30, 2015 10-Q
CIK 0001141240
Fiscal Year End 12/31
OTC Marketplace OTC Pink Current

Profile Data
SIC - Industry Classification 2800 - Chemicals & Allied Products
Incorporated In: DE, USA
Year of Inc. 1987
Employees 20 a/o Sep 30, 2012

Accounting/Auditing Firm
SingerLewak LLP
10960 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90024
United States
Legal Counsel
Not Available
Investor Relations Firm
Liolios Group, Inc.
20371 Irvine Ave
Suite A-100
Newport Beach, CA, 92660
United States
LQMT Security Details
Share Structure
  Market Value1 $40,265,021 a/o Oct 16, 2015
  Authorized Shares Not Available
  Outstanding Shares 473,149,485 a/o Jul 31, 2015
  -Restricted Not Available
  -Unrestricted Not Available
  Held at DTC Not Available
  Float 134,814,406 a/o Dec 17, 2012
  Par Value No Par Value

Shareholders of Record 211 a/o Mar 04, 2015

Security Notes
  • New Issue=5-02 5,229,007 shs at $15 by Merrill Lynch & Co. et al.

Short Selling Data
Short Interest 686,800 (-0.9%)
Sep 30, 2015
Significant Failures to Deliver No



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#81791  Sticky Note Summary of Recent News & Upcoming Events jcort 02/03/16 09:36:40 AM
#82379   We all keep dreaming. Spartan Fan 02/11/16 08:02:32 AM
#82378   Thank you Mr. Willy Bones. Cheers to a JollyRoger6669 02/11/16 07:43:03 AM
#82377   Couldn't agree more jaybiscuit 02/11/16 07:40:08 AM
#82376   Correct, he doesn't need to defend himself but Willy Bones 02/11/16 07:31:29 AM
#82375   Look back at some of the statements that Spartan Fan 02/11/16 06:31:53 AM
#82374   Soon the Visser influence by dumping shares will gorgol 02/11/16 03:55:44 AM
#82373   You may be on to something here. But, Watts Watt 02/11/16 12:43:34 AM
#82372   LQMT is going to be huge......things are happening......very Stocksgreen 02/10/16 11:29:38 PM
#82371   Paid dumper jaybiscuit 02/10/16 11:09:59 PM
#82370   But point is this (and I'm wondering MakingMine 02/10/16 10:51:03 PM
#82369   That makes no sense at all. Understand? Willy Bones 02/10/16 10:35:40 PM
#82368   Can't see what you find fascinating at all... Watts Watt 02/10/16 09:54:55 PM
#82367   I think we all see so much promise longinus 02/10/16 09:31:38 PM
#82366   My kook aid wore off awhile ago when CantonG 02/10/16 09:31:37 PM
#82365   What I continue to find fascinating with the MakingMine 02/10/16 09:18:16 PM
#82364   I understand a little how this game works. JollyRoger6669 02/10/16 07:52:43 PM
#82363   Thanks for a superb explanation. Watts Watt 02/10/16 07:49:44 PM
#82362   "Why would Liquidmetal offer you options". If iateclube 02/10/16 07:33:52 PM
#82361   LOL. Good one. I am more concerned with Watts Watt 02/10/16 07:14:16 PM
#82360   Pissin in the wind, Socrates. Hey, you guys JollyRoger6669 02/10/16 06:17:34 PM
#82359 This ar usaskull 02/10/16 05:41:49 PM
#82358   Which questions are you referring to? Watts Watt 02/10/16 05:31:31 PM
#82357   Either you're full of hot air or walking JollyRoger6669 02/10/16 05:03:18 PM
#82356   oops, I guess I let the cat out Watts Watt 02/10/16 04:53:33 PM
#82355   Why would Liquidmetal grant you options? JollyRoger6669 02/10/16 04:43:44 PM
#82354   Has anyone ever asked if the new surge Watts Watt 02/10/16 04:41:50 PM
#82353   Thanks. I guess I will worry about that Watts Watt 02/10/16 04:35:33 PM
#82352   Not entirely sure on compensation based options. I JollyRoger6669 02/10/16 04:25:51 PM
#82351   Been there as many times as LQMT has Watts Watt 02/10/16 04:25:10 PM
#82350   Touche... Out The Window 02/10/16 04:04:45 PM
#82349   It is always healthy to get in the Watts Watt 02/10/16 04:00:31 PM
#82348   lol...not that hundreds of thousands of share is Out The Window 02/10/16 03:44:06 PM
#82347   I'm sitting on hundreds of thousands of share Out The Window 02/10/16 03:43:12 PM
#82346   Don't stock options have to be in the Watts Watt 02/10/16 03:42:35 PM
#82345   The reverse is also true, they are not CantonG 02/10/16 03:37:41 PM
#82344   Now as CEO of LQMT and with all Liquidwater 02/10/16 03:27:45 PM
#82343   The general philosophy which is quite clear for Watts Watt 02/10/16 03:24:56 PM
#82342   Yeah, you're right. I do get overly worked Spartan Fan 02/10/16 03:20:43 PM
#82341   Maybe you should have vetted this company and Out The Window 02/10/16 03:20:20 PM
#82340   His compensation has been similar every guys Out The Window 02/10/16 03:18:04 PM
#82339   I appreciate your response and I totally agree Watts Watt 02/10/16 03:12:37 PM
#82338   I suspect you are correct because everyone here longinus 02/10/16 03:07:05 PM
#82337   If a takeover were in the "midst" then Spartan Fan 02/10/16 03:02:11 PM
#82336   Lots of language about 'amended Change of Control jackinthegreen 02/10/16 02:48:27 PM
#82335   Apple is only reason he gets all this CantonG 02/10/16 02:47:35 PM
#82334   I know. That's more than I'll make in Spartan Fan 02/10/16 02:34:15 PM
#82333   ....I just puked a little. bobroo 02/10/16 02:32:04 PM
#82332   CASH compensation of $597k Spartan Fan 02/10/16 02:09:18 PM
#82331   My only comment is that if management issues Spartan Fan 02/10/16 01:58:19 PM
#82330   Interesting comment from Doug Smock, a writer, who Watts Watt 02/10/16 01:14:31 PM