In response to increasing demand, the CACC is launching a Toronto Committee and is now accepting expression of interest. Initially co-Chaired by the CACC local Board of Directors, Greg McNab & Ross Campbell, the intention of this Committee is to set a structure and foundation for all other activities within the Canadian (i.e. Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Ottawa, etc.)

CACC will be hosting an event on 6 March 2019 in Toronto; please enquire for more details.

To contact the Toronto Committee please email: toronto@cacc.com.au

Introducing the Toronto Committee

Greg McNab

DIRECTOR & CO-CHAIR

Greg McNab is a former mechanical engineer and partner in the Securities Group of the international law firm Baker & McKenzie’s Toronto office. Greg’s practice includes working with financial services, resource and energy companies both domestically and internationally, with a large portion of that work involving opportunities between Canada and Australia. Baker & McKenzie is one of the largest law firms in the world with offices all around the world in major finance centres.

Ross Campbell

Director & Co-Chair

Ross Campbell is the co-founder of the boutique advisory firm The MBO Group, helping managers acquire the companies that they work for (management buyouts). Ross has spent his entire career either investing in, or advising to, private companies on growth, acquisitions and ownership successions with career experience as a commercial banker, asset-based lender, royalty financer and private equity investor as co-founder of Norvest Capital Partners. He has sat on numerous private company boards and advisory committees and is the past trustee and Chair, Audit Committee of a TSE listed REIT.

Melissa Wharton

CEO & Committee Support

As CEO of the CACC, Mel is charged with promoting trade & investment between Australia & Canada. With a team of 30 volunteers situated across both continents, Mel works closely with the business community from start ups to large corporates and government agencies. Further, the CACC is committed to developing the Youth Mobility Program (working holiday visa) which sees roughly 9,000 young professionals traverse between both countries gaining invaluable international experiences. Originally from Vancouver, Mel lived in Toronto before relocating to Melbourne, Australia in 2007.

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SECRETARY

The Toronto Committee is currently accepting expression of interest for the role of Secretary. Please email toronto@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.

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HONOURARY MEMBER

The Toronto Committee is currently accepting expression of interest for the role of Honourary Member. Please email toronto@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.

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COMMUNICATIONS LIAISON

The Toronto Committee is currently accepting expression of interest for the role of Communications Liaison. Please email toronto@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.

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EVENTS LIAISON

The Toronto Committee is currently accepting expression of interest for the role of Events Liaison. Please email toronto@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.

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SME LIAISON

The Toronto Committee is currently accepting expression of interest for the role of SME Liaison. Please email toronto@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.

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Youth Mobility Liaison

The Toronto Committee is currently accepting expression of interest from an individual who has participated in the Working Holiday Visa program and is seeking to expand their professional network by volunteering on the Toronto Committee. Please email CACC CEO, Melissa Wharton at melissa@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.

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CORPORATE SPONSOR

This position is reserved for an employee of CACC's Corporate Sponsors. Please email toronto@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.

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CORPORATE SPONSOR

This position is reserved for an employee of CACC's Corporate Sponsors. Please email toronto@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.

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CORPORATE SPONSOR

This position is reserved for an employee of CACC's Corporate Sponsors. Please email toronto@cacc.com.au for further enquiry.