DealMaker, one of the fastest-growing companies based in Canada, has hired a Chief Financial Officer. According to a statement from the firm, Mike Rasic has spent the last 35 years working in regulated industries, including with Fintechs. DealMaker says that Rasic specializes in mid-stage firms and has helped these types of companies raise hundreds of millions of dollars in growth capital.
DealMaker co-founder and CEO Rebecca Kacaba said the new hire is a huge asset for her company.
“His combined executional and strategic experience scaling growth-stage companies in regulated industries is an invaluable asset for DealMaker. His strong experience with complex accounting and compliance coupled with his acumen in acquisition strategy and capital raising is exactly what we need to effectively scale.”
Rasic said he is excited to join a high-growth culture, and he is looking forward to scaling a company that is “disrupting the billion dollar capital markets industry.”
“The work DealMaker is doing in the capital markets is revolutionary and I’m thrilled to be a part of it.”
DealMaker is a tech-fueled online investment platform for private securities offerings that while based in Canada operates across North America mainly leveraging exemptions such as Reg CF, Reg A+, and Reg D. DealMaker reports over $2 billion in investments claiming to have raised more than any other competitor in North America.
Beyond Toronto, DealMaker has offices in Austin, Texas, and Tampa, Florida, and holds global ambitions.