November 29, 2021

Sencap Adds to Vancouver Office

Sencap Partners Inc. (“Sencap”) is pleased to announce the addition of Ben Hanemaayer to its Vancouver office. Ben will join Sencap as “Director – Investment Origination”, helping to expand Sencap’s reach in Western Canada by focusing on the origination of investment opportunities in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan.  

Ben comes to Sencap with over 15 years of experience, focusing primarily on mid-market M&A and major infrastructure financing. Previous roles in his career included over 8 years at Ledcor Industries - growing its resource and transportation division and pursuing and financing major projects within the company’s Infrastructure Investments Division. Additionally, Ben spent several years with MNP Corporate Finance in both Edmonton and Vancouver, working on divestitures and capital raises.  

Ben has completed transactions totalling over $5.0 billion in aggregate capital value, including acquisitions and divestitures and equity and debt financings. His experience encompasses a wide range of industries including aviation, oil and gas, fibre optics, and transportation.  Ben has an Applied Bachelor of International Business and Supply Chain Management degree from MacEwan University and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation.

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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