July 11, 2022

Davada Joins Sencap Toronto Office

Sencap Partners Inc. (“Sencap”) is pleased to announce the addition of Akshat Davada to its Toronto office. Akshat will join Sencap as “Associate – Investment Origination”, assisting the Sencap team with all aspects of debt and equity investment origination.

Akshat comes to Sencap with over 5 years of diverse business experience, ranging from roles in business development, equity research, corporate finance, and operations. Akshat gained extensive business strategy and corporate finance experience working in the industrial mineral processing sector in India, where he began in operations and logistics to eventually taking on strategic roles in financial planning and business development. Akshat’s capital markets experience includes time with Morgan Stanley’s fixed-income desk in India and more recently, as part of the equity research team at iA Capital Markets in Toronto, where he covered the Canadian mining sector. 

Akshat will be based in the Toronto office and will be responsible for assisting the Investment Origination team with financial modelling and transaction due diligence and execution. Akshat has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Mumbai University and Master of Business Administration degree, specializing in Finance from the Schulich School of Business.

With offices in Toronto, Ontario and Vancouver, B.C., Sencap is a privately-owned and independent financial services provider, offering a holistic approach to project financing by providing debt, equity, and bridge financing solutions to the Canadian infrastructure, real estate, and seniors housing sectors. Sencap acts as advisor, arranger, and administrative agent - providing its clients with an end-to-end project financing solution for development and construction, acquisitions, redevelopments, refinancings, and recapitalizations. With over 20-years of banking and capital markets experience, Sencap’s principals have structured and arranged over $4.0 billion in complex project financings, advised on over 25 PPP infrastructure projects, and financed over 4,000 long-term care beds across Canada.

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