Euro Pacific Canada has named Adam Adamou as managing director of investment banking. Adamou, who is based in Euro Pacific’s Toronto office, previously served as president and CEO of Transitive Digital Media Corp. With offices in Montréal, Vancouver and Tokyo, Euro Pacific Canada is a Canadian registered brokerage firm.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) September 19, 2013
Euro Pacific Canada, Inc. is very pleased to announce the addition of Adam Adamou as Managing Director, Investment Banking working out Euro Pacific’s Toronto office.
Adam has extensive company building experience and a successful track record as an investor and director of both private and public companies in the technology sectors. Adam has been active as a venture capitalist and investment banker in the technology sectors for over 20 years where he has taken an active role in raising over $2 billion for Canada’s best technology companies. Adam recently served as Executive Chairman of a TSX-listed satellite media company and as President & CEO of Transitive Digital Media Corporation, an acquisition company.
David Cusson, CEO of Euro Pacific Canada, comments:
“We are very pleased to strengthen our investment banking team and broaden our sector coverage to include technology and digital media. Adam possesses exceptional knowledge and relationships in the technology sector developed from working at both buy-side and sell-side firms in the private equity and public capital markets. The addition of Adam represents another critical step in Euro Pacific’s non-resource growth (NRG) strategy.”
About Euro Pacific Canada
Euro Pacific Canada Inc. is a Canadian registered brokerage firm headquartered in Toronto, with offices in Montreal, Vancouver and Tokyo, Japan. The firms offer an integrated platform of equity research, institutional sales and trading, investment banking and private client services utilizing the macro-economic strategies laid out by Euro Pacific Capital’s Chief Global Strategist Peter Schiff, an internationally recognized market strategist.
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