STEPHEN B. MANNIX
Stephen B. Mannix is Managing Director of Loram Pty Ltd, the Australian subsidiary of Loram Maintenance of Way, Inc., a leading supplier of track maintenance services and equipment around the globe. He is formerly the Executive Managing Director of Triovest Capital, where he was responsible for developing and driving various principal investment strategies to generate superior returns for Triovest and its partners. His experience includes working in various other capacities in commercial real estate, as well as several other industries including investment management, construction and agriculture. Stephen is Vice Chair and a Director of Coril Holdings Ltd. He holds degrees in Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) and Bachelor of Laws, and is an active member of the Law Society of Alberta.
Ms. Deanna Zumwalt is President & CEO and Director of Coril Holdings Ltd. She is responsible for leading and directing Coril’s business initiatives, including subsidiary companies that operate in Canada, the United States and globally. Deanna joined Coril in September 2015, as CFO and was recently promoted to President. Over the past 25 years, Ms. Zumwalt has held senior management positions at Nexen Energy ULC, and Anadarko Canada. Ms. Zumwalt holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Calgary as well as a Diploma in Financial Strategy from Oxford University. She is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta and holds an Institute of Corporate Directors, Director Designation. She was appointed Chair of Triovest in January of 2021.
Mr. Neil Labatte served as President and Chief Executive Officer of Talon International Inc., the developer of the Trump International Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, and Global Dimension Capital, Inc. Mr. Labatte was a Founder and Principal of Global Dimension Capital, Inc. He served as Chief Executive Officer of Legacy Hotels REIT (also known as, Legacy Hotels Real Estate Investment Trust) since March 2003 and its President and Chief Operating Officer since June 1999 until the REIT was privatized in late 2007. He founded of MyWay Concierge, Inc., in 2007 and served as its President. Mr. Labatte served as Senior Vice President of Real Estate of Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Inc. (FHRHI) since October 1, 1999. Mr. Labatte has over 35 years of experience within the real estate and hotel sectors. Mr. Labatte joined Canadian Pacific Hotels & Resorts (the predecessor to FHRHI) in 1997 as Vice President of Acquisitions. For the four years prior to joining FHRHI, Mr. Labatte founded and served as Principal of A.E.W. Mexico Company. He has been a Director of Alpha Peak Leisure Inc. He is on the Board of Directors of the National Hockey League Alumni Association “Hockey’s Greatest Family”. He was an Independent Trustee of HealthLease Properties Real Estate Investment Trust, from April, 2012 to December, 2015 when it was privatized was also and Chairman of its Investment Committee and Special Committee. He served as Trustee of Legacy Hotels REIT starting in April, 2003. He served as a Board Member of A.E.W. Mexico Company. He served as a Director of Holloway Lodging Corporation from May , 2014 to June , 2014. He was a Board Member of the Canadian Institute of Public and Private Real Estate Companies. He played professional hockey for five years with the Salt Lake City Golden Eagles and the St. Louis Blues. Mr. Labatte attended Brown University prior to attending the University of Utah and receiving a Bachelor of Science, Finance (1983) and Masters of Science, Finance (1989) from the University of Utah. He was elected into the Brown University Sports Hall of Fame in October, 2016.
Mr. Stephen Belgue practised law for 30 years; as a partner with Goodmans, he specialized in real estate development, acquisitions, dispositions, cross-border and domestic joint ventures, restructurings and public/private transactions, with extensive experience in complex real estate financing transactions. During his career he played a material role in numerous Toronto development projects and provided ongoing strategic and legal advice for the acquisition, financing, development, management and disposition of several $100 million+ portfolios of office, retail and industrial buildings, including the creation of joint ventures and investment funds for many of those portfolios. He now brings this intellectual capital to his current endeavours as a real estate advisor, developer and investor based in the Greater Toronto Area.
Mr. Renzoni brings to Triovest a wealth of knowledge and experience in the Canadian Commercial Real Estate industry. He most recently held the position of CEO at CBRE, which he retired from in 2018. During his 30-year tenure with CBRE, Mr. Renzoni delivered strong growth, and engineered significant changes to the company’s platform, workplace facilities and leadership team. His successful leadership style was built on empowering his team, particularly the next generation of leaders, to position the company for continued growth. He was also instrumental in creating a runway for new ideas and opportunities.
Mr. Renzoni’s strong operational and investment mindset, and his well-established reputation and connections in the North American real estate community will be an asset to Triovest. Mr. Renzoni holds a Degree from Western University. In addition to serving as a member of Triovest’s Board, Mr. Renzoni will also continue to serve on the Boards of British Pacific Properties and View Glass Canada.
Mr. David Gerofsky is a respected leader with 30 years of experience in the real estate industry, most recently as President and CEO of First Gulf Corporation. Mr. Gerofsky’s expertise and insightful direction encompasses all aspects of commercial real estate, from development to operations. Mr. Gerofsky began his career as a lawyer at a major Toronto law firm and has held senior-executive positions with two large Canadian real estate companies.
Ted Willcocks is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Triovest. Ted brings over 25 years of diverse international experience in commercial real estate, having held a series of increasingly senior positions with CBRE, Brookfield Properties, and most recently Manulife. For the last several years, he led the development and implementation of the real estate strategy for Manulife Investment Management, overseeing portfolio management, asset management, and development in Canada, the United States, Australia and Asia, including growth of the Private Markets business. Ted is a former US Executive Board Member of NAIOP and the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate (AFIRE).