Mr. Wittlin is a serial entrepreneur with considerable experience in the financial services industry. He founded Enable Capital Corporation (“Enable”) in 2003, an asset based equipment leasing company focused on the manufacturing sector in Ontario. In 2008, alongside Enable, Mr. Wittlin acquired Blue Chip Leasing Corporation (“Blue Chip”) which specializes in providing equipment financing for small to mid-size transactions for businesses across Canada which was subsequently amalgamated with Enable. In 2013, Mr. Wittlin acquired EcoHome Financial Inc. (“EcoHome”) which at the time was focused on providing finance solutions to the consumer HVAC market in Ontario. In March 2015, after considerable growth in Blue Chip and EcoHome, Mr. Wittlin sold both businesses to the Chesswood Group Limited (“Chesswood”) (TSX:CHW) for total consideration of $70 million and assumed the role of Chief Operating Officer with Chesswood until February 2016. At the time of the sale to Chesswood, Blue Chip and EcoHome had over $175 million in finance receivables, 20,000 active lease contracts and 50 employees. Mr. Wittlin continues to serve as a director of Chesswood. Mr. Wittlin serves on the Board of Governors for the Friends of Simon Wiesenthal Centre and is a member of the Business Development Committee at Mount Sinai Hospital. He is a member of The Young Presidents Organization and he graduated with an Honours in Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business at The University of Western Ontario.