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Equicapita Income Trust and Income LP (“Equicapita”) Announces Yannick Ferket Becomes a Partner

Equicapita Income Trust and Income LP (“Equicapita”) Announces Yannick Ferket Becomes a Partner


Equicapita is pleased to announce that Yannick Ferket has become a partner after 5 years as key management of the fund.  Yannick has over 10 years of experience working with business leaders in diverse industries implementing and project managing technological solutions for business requirements. In his current role as VP, Operations and Analytics, Yannick leads the onboarding of companies to the portfolio and digital era. He identifies opportunities by providing transparency, while sharing common industry performance indicators through real-time reporting. Yannick builds bridges between computation and real-world challenges through cognitive frameworks and strategic approaches. Yannick holds a Master’s degree of Science in Business Studies from Brussels University and a Bachelor in Human Resources from Ghent University.

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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