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    Keating Capital, Inc. (Keating Capital) is a Maryland corporation that has elected to be regulated as a business development company under the Investment Company Act of 1940.Keating Investments, LLC (Keating Investments) is an SEC registered investment adviser and acts as an investment adviser and receives base management and/or incentive feesfrom Keating Capital. Keating Investments and Keating Capital operate under the generic name of Keating. This presentation is a general communication of Keating and is notintended to be a solicitation to purchase or sell any security. This presentation may contain certain forward-looking statements, including statements with regard to the futureperformance of Keating Capital. These forward-looking statements are subject to the inherent uncertainties in predicting future results and conditions. Certain factors that could causeactual results to differ materially are included in Keating Capitals Form 10-K and Form 10-Q, and include uncertainties of economic, competitive, and market conditions, and futurebusiness decisions all of which are difficult or impossible to predict accurately, and many of which are beyond the control of Keating Capital. Although Keating Capital believes that theassumptions underlying the forward-looking statements included herein are reasonable, any of the assumptions could be inaccurate and therefore there can be no assurance that theforward-looking statements included herein will prove to be accurate. Except as required by the federal securities laws, Keating Capital undertakes no obligation to revise or update

    this presentation (including the slides presented) or any forward-looking statements contained herein, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

    Equity Partners for Companies Primed to Become Public

    Nasdaq: KIPO

    www.KeatingCapital.com

    January 11, 2012

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    Keating Capital Investment Thesis,Strategy and Focus

    Investing and Selling Discipline

    Stock Market Volatility

    U.S. IPO Market

    Distributions to Stockholders

    Portfolio Company Review

    Performance Scorecard

    Keating Capital in Perspective

    Agenda

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    Public companies are typically valued 2x higher than private companies withsimilar financial attributes; Wall Street jargon: Liquidity Premium

    Valuation arbitrage opportunity created when private companies are

    committed to and capable of becoming public

    Strategy: Buy privately, sell publicly, capture the difference

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    Investment Thesis:

    Investors Pay a Premium for Liquidity

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    Investment Strategy

    Keating Capital's investment objective is to maximize capital appreciation

    We attempt to achieve this objective through equity investments in later-stage,typically venture capital backed, micro-cap and small-cap portfolio companies

    Keating Capital is not focused on investments generating current yield / dividends

    Keating Capital stockholders derive return principally from distributions of netcapital gains realized on sale of positions (net of incentive fees and operatingexpenses)

    Distributions to be made at least annually per our stated distribution policy

    Allows individual investors to participate in a private company's later stage, pre-IPO financing round an opportunity historically reserved for institutionalinvestors (such as venture capital funds)

    Keating Capital investment lifecycle typically 3 years (although we have discretionto hold securities for a longer period) compared to 7-10 years for typical venturecapital fund

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    Investment Focus

    High risk/high return strategy focused on investments in pre-IPO companies with privateenterprise values between $100 million and a $1 billion that meet core investment criteria:

    Revenue: $10 million+ in trailing 12 months IPO timing: within 18 months from date of investment

    Potential return: expectation of 2x return once the company is publicly traded over ananticipated 3-year holding period

    These core criteria are the primary basis for making investment decisions; however, we maynot require each portfolio company to meet all of these core criteria

    Manage portfolio of 20 positions, which when mature will typically consist of:

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    Investing Discipline

    Focused on potential 2x return over 3-year holding period

    Keenly aware of cyclical valuation bubbles in late stage venture investing

    Attempt to avoid high profile deals with unjustified valuations Focus on companies most ready and committed to go public when IPO

    windows open

    Negotiate structural protections (i.e., special IPO conversion provisions),

    whenever possible

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    Selling Discipline

    Sales of portfolio company positions intended to be made during the 12months following the lockup expiration

    Sales are not automatic upon expiration of post-IPO lockup period (but willconsider selling shares in the IPO as a selling stockholder, if allowed)

    Additional shares may be acquired in open market transactions in limitedcircumstances (i.e., where our initial investment amount was restricted)

    Factors that we may consider include, but are not limited to, the following:

    The target price determined by our investment adviser based on itsbusiness judgment of intrinsic value

    The application of public company multiples and our proprietaryanalysis of a variety of operating metrics for each portfolio company

    Other factors including overall market conditions, industry cyclicality, orissues specific to the portfolio company

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    Stock Market Volatility

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    Constellation of Select 2011 IPOs

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    Consequences of Investor Impatience

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    U.S. IPO Market: Last 10 Years

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    2011 U.S. IPO Market Key Takeaways

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    Historical Importance of Dividends to

    Overall Stock Market Returns

    According to a recent article by Josh Peters:

    Nearly 90% of historical stock market returnsare explained by dividends

    During the past 65 years, dividend incomeaccounted for 36% of total returns of the stockmarket; dividend growth accounted foranother 53%

    The value of a stock is derived from itsanticipated future dividend payments

    Dividends, and only dividends, provide returnsthat are always positive and paid in cash

    Source: Peters, Josh. Wall Streets Myths Debunked, Morningstar DividendInvestor,December 19, 2011

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    Net realized capital gains (net of incentive fees and operating expenses)expected to be distributed to stockholders at least annually

    Distributions will be based on annual net realized capital gains at theportfolio level, not after the sale of each portfolio company position

    Policy considerations include, among others:

    Provide a meaningful return on investment to stockholders

    Maintain the funds assets at an optimum level to make futureinvestments in new portfolio companies

    Provide opportunity for current and future stockholders to derive thetargeted 2x return potential across continuing investment lifecycles

    Keating Capital Distribution Policy

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    Keating Capital must distribute net realized capital gains annually (with anyretained amounts subject to corporate-level tax)

    Distributions of net realized capital gains will be made at least annually (netof incentive fees paid to our investment adviser and fund operatingexpenses)

    Amounts retained to pay incentive fees and operating expenses (in part or inwhole) will be treated as a deemed distribution to stockholders

    Deemed distribution amounts will generally be taxable to stockholder (ifshares held in taxable account), but stockholder entitled to tax credit forcorporate tax paid

    Characterization and Treatment of Distributions

    to Keating Capital Stockholders

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    Keating Capital Portfolio Companies

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    Perspective on Portfolio Company Holding Periods

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    Performance Scorecard: Portfolio Company Phase Completion

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    Performance Scorecard: Capital Gains and Distributions

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    Keating Capital in Perspective

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    Equity Partners for Companies Primed to Become Public

    Nasdaq: KIPO

    www.KeatingCapital.com

    Margie L. BlackwellInvestor Relations Director

    (720) 889-0133mb@keatinginvestments.com