President & Director
Chief Investment Officer
Vice President, Finance (PPF)
Vice President, Strategy (HT)
Board of Directors
President & Director
CFO & Director
experience advising clients in the food, beverage, agribusiness, gaming, entertainment and
hospitality sectors. He is one of the leading lawyers in Canada in gaming law and is recognized
in numerous legal directories for his work in these industries, most recently legal counsel for
Great Canadian Gaming. With a broad scope of expertise, Mr. Balakrishnan advises on private
equity investments, public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, and listed company maintenance.
He also acts as counsel on new issues and listings on all Canadian stock exchanges and
interlistings with several international exchanges. He is the national leader of McMillan's gaming
extensive experience with respect to public companies, capital markets and other facets
fundamental to issuers in emerging sectors. After beginning his legal career as a lawyer working
at prominent Toronto law firms, he spent two years in-house with a Canadian issuer traded on
the Canadian Securities Exchange. In 2018, Mr. Fish started his law firm, focused on advising
public companies on corporate and securities law matters, including regulatory compliance,
stock exchange listings and risk management. Mr. Fish has acted as officer and director of other
publicly and privately held companies, and was called to the Ontario bar in 2012.
Dr. Eugenio Bortone
CTO & Strategic Advisor
leadership positions with Bolthouse Farms, Campbell Soup Company and The Coca Cola
Company, among others. He is an Operating Partner at Butterfly Equity and focuses primarily on
the agriculture & aquaculture and food & beverage product sectors. Prior to joining Butterfly,
Mr. Dunn was the President of the Campbell Fresh division of Campbell Soup Company from
2015 to 2016, where he was in charge of building Campbell’s scale and accelerating its growth
in the rapidly expanding packaged fresh segments and categories across the retail perimeter.
Eat Well Group's Board of Directors and management are focused on sustainability, particularly how its products, practices, and partners contribute to sustainable business development, and food and nutrition security across the globe while delivering enhanced value creation for all our stakeholders.
How we navigate Environmental, Social & Governance ("ESG") factors continue to be integral to Eat Well Group's management and investment decision-making processes.
Our teams have decades of combined experience cultivating ESG principles leveraging experience from The Quaker Oats Company, Gatorade, Frito Lay, Reynolds Group, Glanbia plc, Verdient, The Saskatchewan Food Centre, and Ingredion, globally.
We're not perfect, but we always try to make the right decisions. Eat Well Group's Board of Directors is committed to an ongoing flexible ESG process and program design for companies at different points on their ESG adoption curve so that our companies, partners, and future investments align with the Company's ethos.
These criteria include, but are not limited to:
- Resource Utilization and Waste Management
- Conservation, Regenerative Agriculture, and Seed Genetics
- Greenhouse Gases, Carbon Sequestration, and Life Cycle Analytics
- Human Rights, Workplace Diversity, and Relationships
- Overall Governance and Investor Relations
- Environmental Health and Safety
- Charitable Ventures
We want to be at the forefront of ESG governance and metrics. We're always open to conversation and guidance on the utility, effectiveness, and influence of the various data providers and ESG reporting frameworks, controls, and procedures impacting our Company.
Governance and Policies