On this week’s show, we spoke with Daniel Armali, Principal @ Amplify Capital
Prior to joining Amplify Capital, Daniel worked for Canada’s largest venture capital investor. Daniel started his career working for fortune 500 technology companies including Microsoft, OpenText and comScore, before moving into a capital markets role with the Bank of Canada, spending time working in asset management on the Bank of Canada pension plan as well as the financial markets department of the Bank of Canada that is responsible for the foreign reserves portfolio and domestic debt portfolio. Daniel also spent time doing a consulting mandate at Rio Tinto Alcan during his MBA. Prior to joining Amplify Capital, Daniel spent nearly seven years with the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) supporting venture capital investments in direct companies, as well as Funds, and Funds of Funds. Daniel has held a number of board roles in Canada. Daniel has an undergraduate degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, an MBA from HEC Montreal, and has successfully completed all three levels of the CFA program.
On the show, we spoke about:
- Defining impact investing
- Amplify Capital’s investment thesis
- Demystifying ESG
- Tariq Fancy’s take on ESG
- Deep tech’s unique advantage
- Measuring outputs and outcomes
I really enjoyed learning from Daniel about the interesting field of impact investing. I hope that you enjoy the conversation!
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