DealMaker CEO Rebecca Kacaba Recognized as One of Canada’s Most Powerful Women

Rebecca Kacaba, co-founder and CEO of DealMaker, has been recognized by WXN as one of Canada’s most powerful women.

WXN is a North American network that advocates on behalf of professional women. According to the post on WXN:

“Rebecca Kacaba is [the] winner of Lexpert’s Top 40 Under 40 and named one of North America’s most innovative lawyers by the Financial Times. She practiced law on Bay Street for over ten years, founded the startup practice group at one law firm, and was co-chair of the Toronto Venture Technology and Emerging Growth Companies Group at another. She works tirelessly in the pursuit of growth.”

Before launching DealMaker, Kacaba was a partner at global law firm Dentons and, at one point, was seconded at the Ontario Securities Commission.

 

DealMaker has emerged as a top online capital formation platform that operates in the United States as well as Canada with global ambitions. DealMaker manages both a technology platform as well as a US broker-dealer, which specializes in exempt securities offerings under Reg CF, Reg A+ as well as Reg D. It also provides services for the Canadian OM as well as private placements.

DealMaker was recently named the 3rd fastest growing private firm in Canada.

It was previously reported that DealMaker had enabled 8 of the 10 largest online capital raises in the United States.

 

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