I quit a $200,000 job to pursue a startup and my first year was F#&CKED UP!
Listen to interview with host Eric Dye & guest Rahim Madhavji discuss the following:
- What made you quit a $200,000 job to pursue entrepreneurship?
- Your co-founder quit a few months in, how did you handle it?
- What has been the biggest lesson you have learned on your journey so far?
- How has your company done to date?
Rahim Madhavji brings a number of years of private equity and investment banking experience to Knightsbridge Foreign Exchange Inc. Most recently, he worked at TorQuest Partners, a $550 million Canadian private equity fund, where he focused on leverage buyouts, expansion capital investments, and existing portfolio company investments.
Prior to that, he worked at the Global Investment Banking Division at RBC Capital Markets in the Mergers and Acquisitions group in Toronto. Mr. Madhavji has been involved in a number of advisory assignments including buyside, sellside, valuation and fairness opinion mandates across several industry sectors. He is a frequent guest on such respected financial shows such as BNN and CTV News and is quoted in the Globe and Mail, Reuters News, Toronto Star, Bloomberg, CBC, Financial Post, and Wall Street Journal.
Mr. Madhavji is a graduate of the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario.