Equicapita Income Trust and Income LP (“Equicapita”) Announces Kerri Furlong Becomes a Partner
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, ATTENTION INVESTMENT EDITORS – April 13, 2022, Calgary
Equicapita is pleased to announce that Kerri Furlong has become a partner after 7 years as key management of the fund. Kerri has over 12 years of experience working in finance across a variety of industries. In her current role as VP Finance, Portfolio Investments, Kerri leads the acquisition onboarding and integration process and contributes to the diligence process of prospective targets by advising in the areas of finance, systems and controls. Kerri also provides oversight and strategic guidance to the 13 portfolio company operations and finance teams. Prior to joining Equicapita in 2015, Kerri spent 8 years at BDO Canada where her focus was both public and private entities across a variety of industries including manufacturing, fabrication, distribution, energy, communications and technology. Kerri holds a Chartered Professional Accountant designation (Chartered Accountant 2010) and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) and a Bachelor of Science from Memorial University of Newfoundland.
About Equicapita: Founded in 2013, Equicapita is a private company buyout fund with over $300M in AUM focused on acquiring Canadian businesses with enterprise values ranging from $5M to $30M.
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