From that point Richard continued his investment career as follows:
Richard initially joined Burns Fry Ltd. as a stockbroker.
In 1983 he approached Gordon Capital with an idea to invest their own money in small, private growth companies and was hired shortly after.
Richard raised $60M for the Canadian Mezzanine Fund (a collaboration between Gordon Capital and Helix Investments) and eventually took over management of the fund.
Richard left Gordon Capital in 1995 and formed Argosy Partners Ltd. to advise and invest in small and medium sized private businesses. Richard is a competitive sailor and is a founding member of the Toronto Area Hospice Regatta.
Larry’s career in corporate finance has been with three firms for long held positions:
Larry started his career in corporate finance in 1984 with KPMG and was involved in numerous mid-market acquisition, divestiture and corporate finance advisory assignments.
In 1992, Larry joined Canadian General Capital where he was responsible for generating successful returns by investing in management buyouts and growth capital financing opportunities.
Larry is a Chartered Business Valuator and has completed The Directors Education Program at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and attained the ICD.D designation.
Larry spends his free time with his family and in the endless pursuit of being a better golfer.