Martin WeinbergChairman & CEO
- Business transformation
- Restructuring and turnaround
- Growth strategy
- M&A transaction support
- BBA, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
- MBA, engineering, Technical University of Denmark
- CFA, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
Martin Weinberg brings extensive private and public company experience, including development and implementation of growth and acquisition strategies in Canada and in the United States. Mr. Weinberg was previously founder, President and CEO of Assante Corporation and Loring Ward International. Until its sale in 2003, Assante was a TSX-listed wealth management company with a network of operations extending across Canada and the United States. A start-up company in 1995, Assante was sold for approximately $1 billion eight years later. Upon the sale of Assante, its U.S. operations were spun off into a new company, Loring Ward, where Mr. Weinberg served as Chairman and CEO until the launch of Halston Court Capital. Prior to Assante, Mr. Weinberg was an analyst and portfolio manager with one of Canada’s largest mutual fund companies, where he was also responsible for identifying and analyzing private equity and venture capital investment opportunities. Mr. Weinberg received his Chartered Financial Analyst designation in 1986.
Halston Court Capital’s two executive founders, Martin Weinberg and Gregory Milavsky, are joined by a multi-disciplinary management team with decades of experience leading and executing acquisition and growth strategies and managing business operations. Collectively, this team is responsible for the fund’s operations, pursuing investment opportunities and working with the management teams of our investee companies. The firm’s founders, including its three non- executive founders, Leonard Asper, David Asper and Bob Silver, have built companies in a variety of sectors, are all experienced owner-operators and are all active members in their communities.
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