Bayshore's management team is experienced and focused on finding and capturing opportunities in the real estate, hospitality financial services and technology sectors.
As an executive and entrepreneur, Henry has a record of selecting high-potential markets, starting and acquiring businesses, building strong management teams and driving companies to sector leadership. Under Henry’s direction, Bayshore has completed strategic sales of its investments to IBM, Charles Schwab, Trimark Financial, Barclays Bank, Quebecor Media and OCWEN Financial.
Under Henry’s leadership since 1995, Bayshore has delivered exceptional returns to its investors. Henry has extensive experience in the creation, growth and profitable divestiture of businesses. Formerly, Henry practiced law at Osler Hoskin & Harcourt, one of Canada's premier corporate law firms, where he specialized in complex structured finance transactions.
Henry currently serves on the boards of the Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee (CJPAC), the University Hospital Foundation, the UJA Federation Community Advisory Council, the Faculty of Law University of Alberta Advisory Committee and has served on the boards of Hillel of Greater Toronto, Baycrest Foundation, United Jewish Appeal of Greater Toronto, United Israel Appeal of Canada and is a Co-Founder of the Autism Acceptance Project.
As President of Bayshore Capital, Andrew has been responsible for the establishment and growth of numerous business ventures in the real estate, financial services and technology sectors.
In 1995, Andrew was instrumental in helping Bayshore Trust emerge as the world's first interactive, on-line financial product provider. Andrew was also the managing executive behind i|money, which he co-founded in 1996. Under Andrew’s direction, i|money became Canada’s leading personal finance portal before it was acquired by Quebecor. Andrew also directed Bayshore’s acquisition and development of both RPM Technologies Corp. and Nationwide Credit, Inc.
Andrew has also been active in Armel Corp, the real estate development arm of the Bayshore Group of Companies. Andrew oversaw the restructuring and divestiture of several regional shopping centers owned by Armel, as well as the successful acquisition and development of Armel’s largest planned community initiative in Ontario.
Prior to joining Bayshore, Andrew practiced law with the firm Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt, a leading Canadian law firm based in Toronto. While at Oslers, Andrew specialized in banking and commercial real estate transactions law. He has extensive experience in real estate acquisitions and dispositions, project financing and development and commercial leasing.
Andrew received his Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University, Kingston in 1987 and his law degree from the University of Toronto in 1990.