Amy Freedman

Amy Freedman
Advisory Board


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Amy Freedman

Advisory Board

Amy Freedman is a Partner at Ewing Morris Investment Partners, an alternative asset manager with both equity and credit strategies. In her role, Amy spearheads the funds engagement investment opportunities. Amy was previously CEO of Kingsdale Advisors, a leading shareholder services and advisory firm specializing in strategic and defensive advisory, governance advisory, proxy and voting analytics and investor communications.

Prior to Kingsdale, Amy spent over 15 years in capital markets as an investment banker with global firms including Stifel and Morgan Stanley in both Toronto and New York. Amy currently serves as a director of Canaccord Genuity Group (TSX:CF) and Mandalay Resources Corporation (TSX:MND). Amy holds an MBA and JD from the University of Toronto.


David Fox

David Fox

Advisory Board

David Fox was a senior partner at Kirkland & Ellis LLP, served as a member of its Global Executive Management Committee and led its New York office and M&A practice. Prior to joining Kirkland, Mr. Fox was a senior partner with Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP, where he was a member of its top governing committee.

Mr. Fox was a leader in M&A in the United States and has led some of the largest and most significant M&A and activism defense projects. He has been the recipient of numerous industry recognitions, including receiving The Deal’s inaugural “M&A Lifetime Achievement” award and being selected for Lawdragon’s “Hall of Fame,” and has been consistently ranked among the top tier for M&A and corporate governance counsel.

Mr. Fox has served as a director and advisor to several public and private companies and non-profit organizations. He is a member of the executive committee of the board of directors at the Park Avenue Armory and is the chairman of the leadership council of New Alternatives for Children. Mr. Fox serves on the executive committee of the board of governors, and is an honorary fellow of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. He holds an LL.B. degree from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


Steve Wolosky

Steve Wolosky
Chairman, Advisory Board

Email:
steve@longacresquare.com


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Steve Wolosky

Chairman, Advisory Board

Steve Wolosky is Chairman of Longacre Square’s Advisory Board. Mr. Wolosky is available to provide strategic guidance to select clients of the firm when they are navigating special situations, including corporate governance disputes, mergers and acquisitions, and other strategic matters. A pioneer in shareholder activism, Mr. Wolosky formed Olshan Frome Wolosky’s Shareholder Activism Practice more than 40 years ago.

Mr. Wolosky is regularly quoted as an industry expert in The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Law360 and in other notable media publications discussing important trends in corporate governance, M&A and shareholder rights. He also lectures at corporate and securities law conferences and speaks on distinguished panels throughout the country. He has been cited for his preeminence in shareholder activism and corporate and securities matters. According to Chambers USA, “Steve’s depth of experience is incredible. He is able to navigate through the most complex board level negotiations with outstanding outcomes.”

Mr. Wolosky is a current director and former chairman of the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation, in addition to being Advisory Board Chairman and one of the members of Longacre Square Partners LLC. He received his J.D. from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and holds a B.A. from Brooklyn College of the City University of New York.