Chairman & Director
Mark Wettreich is Chairman & Director of the Company and son of GreenBank’s founder Danny Wettreich. He is also Chairman, CEO & President of Reliable Stock Transfer Inc., a Toronto based transfer agency focused on providing transfer agency services to public companies listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange. Previously he was President of Churchill Venture Capital LP, a USA private equity firm. Previously, he was Chief of Staff at Liquid Networx Inc., a telecommunications management company, and President of European Art Gallery, fine art dealers in London, England and Dallas, Texas. He is a B.A. graduate of the University of Texas.
CEO, Director and member of the Audit Committee
He is President and CEO of The Lonsdale Group, a USA private equity company feeding deals and investment opportunities to GreenBank. Previously he was for ten years the President of Allegiance Capital Corporation, a private investment bank focusing on mergers and acquisitions, with offices in Dallas, New York, and Chicago. Mr. Lonsdale has successfully built and sold three venture-funded information technology companies, including selling one of them to Microsoft. Earlier in his career he managed corporate divisions of McDonnell Douglas/Boeing and Dun & Bradstreet/A C Nielsen. He obtained his MBA in Finance & Marketing from Cornell University and his B.Sc. in Physics & Mathematics from Leeds Beckett University in the U.K.
Alex Wettreich is a director of the Company and a son of GreenBank's founder Danny Wettreich. He helps with the overall direction and strategy of the company, providing particular expertise around the company’s consumer and business-to-business software portfolio. He holds a B.A. Honors from the University of Texas at Austin. Apart from GreenBank, he is also a director of Reliable Stock Transfer, a private Canadian Stock Transfer Agent and Registrar focused on providing transfer agency services to public companies listed on the Canadian Securities Exchange. Currently, he is Director of Midmarket Sales at Airtable, a cloud collaboration service based in San Francisco. Previously, he spent 3 years as VP of Sales for TenFold, an Andreessen Horowitz-funded SaaS software company based in Austin, Texas which builds and implements large-scale software applications; 4 years in management at Dropbox, an American software company that offers services such as cloud storage, file synchronization, personal cloud, and client software and 9 years in management at Convio, which was publicly listed in 2010 and was subsequently purchased for $325 Million in 2011. Previously Alex spent 5 years in New York consulting on Internet strategy for brands like Meetup, which was purchased by WeWork for $200 Million, British Airways, Disney, and Nokia. He has also served on the board of Creative Action. He is a B.A. Graduate of the University of Texas.
Miles is a Chartered Professional Accountant, Chartered Accountant with over 30 years of financial experience in the areas of accounting, finance, management, lending, restructurings and turnarounds. He holds a Bachelors of Commerce degree from McMaster University. Since 1993, Miles has acted as part-time Chief Financial Officer of public and private companies primarily in the mineral exploration and investment management sectors. Miles is currently the Chief Financial Officer of Cartier Iron Corporation, Eloro Resources Ltd., Essex Oil Ltd., United Hunter Oil & Gas Corp., Forsys Metals Corp. and Laurion Mineral Exploration Inc. Mr. Nagamatsu brings to the Company significant merchant banking experience. From 2004 to 2007, he was the Chief Financial Officer of Lawrence & Company Inc., a private investment company that invested in a portfolio of public companies and venture capital investments for its own account and managed investment funds with $800 million of assets under management, including 2 labour-sponsored venture capital corporations with assets of $35 million.
Director and member of the Audit Committee
He is the Managing Director of IG Aviation Tax Services Inc. providing accounting services to the aviation industry. He is a director and CEO of First National Energy Corp, a public company on the OTC in the USA and has been a director and officer of a number of public companies. Peter received his Certified General Accountant designation in 1981 and after working in public accounting he became VP & Controller of Worldways Canada – then Canada’s 3rd largest airline. He has 25 years experience in accounting and financial consulting, and has worked with companies in Canada, the United States, Mexico and the United Kingdom.
His practice has always been diverse, covering mergers and acquisitions, banking finance, restructuring, equity capital markets (primarily, but not exclusively, AIM and the Official List) and early stage ventures and private equity. Throughout his career of over 25 years in the City, Richard has shown a willingness to get involved in the business side of things, whether it’s helping build a business case for start-ups, introducing investors, finding targets for acquisitions, bringing together management teams or structuring public company transactions. That interest helps Richard marry a keen understanding of the “technical” aspects of the law with a clear understanding of clients’ aims. Recently he has been at the forefront of the growth of the use of Standard Listings and has won acceptance from the UKLA for a number of novel deal structures.
Director, and CEO of Substantia Group
Mr. Pullen is CEO of The Substantia Group, which delivers property and business consultancy, design & build planning advice and communications services across the United Kingdom. Mr. Pullen was a Principal Partner of J. Rothschild Assurance, operates in commercial & residential property development and throughout his 32-year business career has held numerous chief executive roles across a range of business sectors. Mr. Pullen’s entrepreneurial mindset, as well as his ample experience overseeing finance, marketing, and corporate strategy serve to strengthen GreenBank’s board going forward.