Reza Satchu is Managing Partner and co-founder of AMC, a leading private investment firm. Previously, Mr. Satchu was the President, Chief Executive Officer and a director of AQY, where he participated in sourcing, evaluating and executing the qualifying acquisition.
He has co-founded, built and/or managed several operating businesses from inception, including AMC; SupplierMarket, a leading supply chain software company that was sold to Ariba Inc.; StorageNow, which became one of Canada’s largest self-storage companies prior to being sold to Instorage REIT; and KGS-Alpha Capital Markets L.P., a leading middle market U.S. fixed income broker dealer, that was sold to BMO Financial Group. Previously, Mr. Satchu was a General Partner at Fenway Partners, a US$1.4 billion private equity firm focused on acquiring leading middle market companies and was also a Financial Analyst at Merrill Lynch in the High Yield Finance and Restructuring Group.
He is the Founding Chairman of Next Canada, an intensive entrepreneurship program for Canada’s most promising young entrepreneurs. Currently on the board of directors of Sagicor Financial Corporation and Trilogy International Partners Inc., Mr. Satchu previously served on the board of directors of the Toronto Hospital for Sick Children Foundation where he was Vice Chairman of the board of directors, and of KGS-Alpha Capital Markets. He has received Canada’s “Top 40 Under 40” Award and the 2011 Management Achievement Award from McGill University.
Mr. Satchu will be joining the faculty of Harvard Business School as a Senior Lecturer in September 2020. Mr. Satchu has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from McGill University, and a Master’s in Business Administration from Harvard University.