Mr. Rod Senft

Rod Senft
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Managing Director, Tricor Pacific Capital, Inc.

Mr. Rod Senft is a founder and Managing Director of Tricor and is based in Vancouver. He is involved in all aspects of acquisitions, operations, and the investment, divestiture and management decisions of the firm.

Mr. Senft is Chairman of Advance Engineered Products and Golden Boy Foods, both current Tricor portfolio companies.

Prior to founding Tricor, Mr. Senft was a Principal at Macluan Capital Corporation. He was previously the Chairman and CEO of Hines Nurseries and SunGro Horticulture (companies owned by three of the Principals prior to the formation of Tricor). Until 1993, Mr. Senft was a Partner of Davis & Company, one of Vancouver's leading law firms. Prior to joining Davis & Company in 1978, Mr. Senft was Secretary and General Counsel for Cargill (Canada) Inc. Before joining Cargill, he practiced law in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with Thompson, Dorfman, Sweatman.

Mr. Senft obtained a Bachelor of Commerce degree and a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Manitoba.

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The Vancouver Prostate Centre (VPC) has a track record of success that has earned it a reputation as one of the world’s most respected cancer facilities. It is a National Centre of Excellence and a designated Centre of Excellence for Commercialization and Research.

Events

PCF BC

Ride to Live 2018 and 50-50 Draw: May 27

The West Coast Motorcycle Ride to Live, raising funds for Prostate Cancer Foundation BC, takes place on Sunday May 27, 2018 in Vancouver, Victoria & the Fraser Valley. Follow the links to join a ride or donate to a rider; or to buy a ticket for a 50/50 draw (BC residents only).

Employment

Work at the Vancouver Prostate Centre

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Discovery of a promising new medication to block "master key" of cancer growth

Dr. Chris Ong
Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Drs. Wyatt and Chi: ctDNA predicts resistance to AR-targeted therapy

VCHRI News article on study of ctDNA predicting resistance to AR-targeted therapy
DNA

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