Prashant Pathak

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Prashant Pathak is an Indo-Canadian investor, businessman and philanthropist based in Toronto. He is Managing Partner of ReichmannHauer Capital Partners,<ref></ref> a business building oriented principal investing and private equity firm based in Toronto. He along with Philip Reichmann and Frank Hauer launched the business in 2006.<ref></ref> His partners were part of the leadership that built the original Olympia & York commercial real estate empire, which developed landmark properties such as Toronto's First Canadian Place and London's Canary Wharf. The firm recently successfully exited from Black Photo Corporation that has over 116 premium stores across Canada. The company was purchased from Fujifilm in 2007 and sold to Telus corp. in 2010.<ref></ref> Previous to this, Pathak was very early elected as a Partner at McKinsey & Company,<ref></ref> where he was leader of the North American Telecom Practice, the Financial Services Practices and also a leader of the Canadian Strategy & Corporate Finance Practice.<ref></ref>

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