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Eric E. Baker
Mr. Baker began his career in private equity in 1973 when he co-founded Innocan. He has acquired extensive experience in industries as diverse as high technology, life sciences, manufacturing, communications, financial services and energy technologies. Mr. Baker has played a pivotal role not only in identifying investment opportunities, but also in providing strategic direction and oversight leading to strong growth and ultimately successful exits. Prior to joining the private equity industry, Mr. Baker held several management positions with Union Carbide Canada. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Queen’s University and an M.B.A. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was a Trustee of Queen’s University.
Eric Baker
Christopher J. Winn
Mr. Winn was a partner at Innocan and subsequently co-founded Miralta. He is the chief financial officer of Miralta and has been Mr. Baker’s partner for 27 years. Mr. Winn is responsible for the financial control of Miralta’s operations and is an active contributor to the management of the member firms’ investments. He is a chartered accountant and a member of the Ordre des comptables agrées du Québec. Prior to joining Innocan, Mr. Winn gained experience in industry with Dominion Textile and as an accountant with Touche Ross. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill University.
Christopher Winn
Thomas A. Kaneb
Mr. Kaneb formally joined Miralta in 1999 after selling Universal Terminals, a fuel oil distribution business, to a multinational oil company. Prior to that, he had a long relationship with Miralta as a co-investor for some 20 years. Mr. Kaneb has 30 years of operational experience, having built SigmaPoint Technologies Inc. from a start-up in 1999 to a successful high-technology contract electronics manufacturer in five years. Mr. Kaneb has led three leveraged buyouts, been the CEO of four companies, and served as chairman of the board of a successfully restructured public company. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Queen’s University and an M.B.A. from the Harvard Business School.

Thomas Kaneb