Founder, President & CEO
An accomplished executive with many years of experience in the energy sector, George Stubos currently serves as the founder, president and chief executive officer of Stubos Capital Inc., in Vancouver, Canada. In this capacity, he plays an integral role in all management activities at the company and raises capital for a broad range of early stage companies. As the head of the venture and private equity capital business, George Stubos focuses his efforts on such areas as mineral projects, natural resources, and technology ventures. George’s projects have created significant wealth for shareholders over the years.
Before taking up his current duties, George Stubos spent several years as the founder of Shaman Energy LLC, where he conducted a large amount of business with the Mineral Resource Authority of Mongolia (MRAM). He was also the co-founder of Business Financial Publishing, a financial newsletter that profiled a diverse array of stocks and investments in the United States and beyond. Maintaining a dedication to professional engagement, he attends the Value Investing Congress in New York City and holds membership in the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators.
During his spare time, George Stubos enjoys traveling. Though business travel has taken him primarily to Asia, he has been all over the world. His leisure travels include deep-sea sport fishing trips to Panama and British Columbia’s Haida Gwaii. Also a fervent car enthusiast, he is a member of several car owner associations and clubs, and he regularly attends The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, which takes place annually in Carmel, California
George Stubos also helped establish Taste the World (TTW), an annual wine-tasting event and silent auction. As a board member, he sponsors the event in support of the Angkor Hospital for Children, located in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Stubos attended the University of British Columbia where he studied political science and history and was a member of the Phi Alpha chapter of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.
Definition: Reverse Takeover
“A type of merger used by private companies to become publicly traded without resorting to an initial public offering. The private company does this by buying enough shares to control a publicly traded company.”
“The financial value of assets, such as cash or financial assets such as factories, machinery and equipment owned by a business and used in production.”
“Companies in the first stage of its operations that wish to capitalize on developing a product or service for which they believe there is a demand.”
“Any securities that trade on an exchange and can be bought or sold by anyone in the general population.”
Definition: Private Equity
“Equity capital that is not quoted on a public exchange. Private equity consists of investors and funds that make investments directly into private companies.”
Definition: Venture Capital