Reza Satchu, Managing Partner, Fenway Partners, and NEXT Canada

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Reza Satchu is a Canadian entrepreneur born in East Africa. He has founded high-profile businesses and charities. He is the managing partner of Alignvest Management Corporation and the founding chairman of NEXT Canada. He is also a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School. We talk to him about his background and success. And he talks about his latest ventures. Read on to learn more about his impressive resume and upcoming projects.

Reza Satchu, founder and Managing Partner of Alignvest Management Corporation, has a background in finance and economics. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from McGill University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He started his career in banking at Merrill Lynch in 1991 and quickly worked his way up to a senior level. He later worked as a financial analyst and structured high-yield debt offerings, completing 10 transactions worth more than $3.5 billion. In 1996, he became a General Partner and Managing Director at Fenway Partners, a private equity firm that was then valued at over $1 billion.

As a young boy, Reza Satchu moved from his native Uganda to Toronto, Ontario. The Ismaili community was in exile in Uganda after the dictator Idi Amin expelled people of South Asian descent and those from neighboring countries. Luckily, Canada opened its doors to 20,000 Ismaili immigrants at that time. In 1976, Satchu and his family moved to Toronto and started a new life. Then, as a twenty-five-year-old, they found themselves living in a two-bedroom apartment.

Since moving to Canada, Reza Satchu has been very active in entrepreneurship. He co-founded several operating companies, including KGS-Alpha Capital Markets, a fixed income broker dealer, which was acquired by Bank of Montreal. He also co-founded StorageNow, which later became the second largest self-storage company in Canada and sold to InStorage REIT. In 2004, he was named General Partner at Fenway Partners, a $1.4 billion private equity firm.

A serial entrepreneur, Reza Satchu teaches classes in entrepreneurship at Harvard Business School and is the Founding Chairman of NEXT Canada. He has a Masters degree in economics from Harvard University and has been a Senior Lecturer in Harvard Business School. He has co-founded several companies, including Alignvest, and is a majority shareholder of Alignvest. The Canadian government aims to promote a better economy for all.

Reza Satchu’s career spans a wide range of industries. He co-founded KGS-Alpha Capital Markets, a fixed-income broker dealer that was sold to Bank of Montreal for $400 million. He also co-founded StorageNow, a self-storage company that became Canada’s second largest. He sold StorageNow to InStorage REIT for more than $100 million. He later founded SupplierMarket, a supply chain software company that was purchased by Ariba for $850 million.

A serial entrepreneur, Reza Satchu has created several successful companies and charities in Canada. He is the founding chairman of NEXT Canada and a Harvard Business School senior lecturer. He has also co-founded and managed several other businesses. One of those was NEXT Canada, a nonprofit organization that focuses on supporting entrepreneurs. Similarly, the non-profit organisation he founded, NEXT Canada, is a global network that supports the development of new businesses.

The founding chairman of NEXT Canada, Reza Satchu aims to inspire others to create successful businesses and charities in the country. The founder of Alignvest, he is a Harvard Business School Senior Lecturer and a Founder of NEXT Canada. As a serial entrepreneur, he aims to make a difference and inspire others. The Harvard Business School is his alma mater. Among his many accomplishments are creating a network of entrepreneurship-related companies.

A serial entrepreneur, Reza Satchu is the Founding Chairman of NEXT Canada. He aims to inspire other entrepreneurs to create their own businesses and create meaningful impact. He is a graduate of Harvard Business School and is a Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School. He has founded and managed several successful businesses and has a passion for fostering innovation. This passion for entrepreneurship has led him to a thriving career in the technology industry.

While he is an entrepreneur, he is passionate about empowering youth in Canada. He is frustrated with the current entrepreneurial ecosystem in the country and wants to make it better for them. He hopes to do that by fostering a vibrant entrepreneurial community and developing a better society. The key to success is educating yourself and your children. It is also important to make sure you have a solid financial foundation. If you want your kids to succeed in life, learn about entrepreneurship.