A private equity firm that understands the importance of history & the value of flexibility
We are uniquely aware of our space within the investment universe and seek to go where the opportunities are. With a primary focus on residential and commercial real estate we know that location is key. We make other investments in building materials and construction, to help lower material and labor costs, translating to potentially higher returns for our investors in our real estate funds.
MANAGEMENT and board of directors
Chairman, Managing Partner
Mr. Bos is the founding principal and managing member of Trebuchet Capital Partners, and the managing member of the General Partner (TCP Management, LLC). Mr. Bos owns portfolio companies, ranging from healthcare to building materials. Over the past 3 years, Mr. Bos has been an active investor in a private home builder. Prior, Mr. Bos was Chief Executive Officer of IAC. Since 2010, Mr. Bos has been a principal of VBC, a commodity trading firm. From 2004 to 2010, he was Vice President at a private equity firm where Mr. Bos completed acquisitions and divestments, and advised portfolio companies. There, Mr. Bos also evaluated opportunities in a number of industries with a focus on the manufacturing & industrial sector. Mr. Bos’s other experience includes serving in a second-generation property management business. He received a Level 6 CF (Corporate Finance, BA Hons) designation from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW). Presently, Mr. Bos is a member of the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD).
Bruce Rintoul, MBA
Currently SVP Operations, Canada for International firm, Veolia. Previously, USA Senior Vice President of Veolia responsible for $950m revenue frac water recycling division. Prior, Mr. Rintoul was with Strike Energy, an oil field construction company as COO. From 2008 to 2014, he was CEO of CEDA, a $500m industrial services contractor. Mr. Rintoul served as regional VP for RSC from 2005-2008, leading the Canadian division with over 300 employees. From 2000-2005, he was CEO of 4 divisions of the Churchill Corporation (now Stuart Olson) and a VP focusing on commercial construction and industrial markets. Mr. Rintoul was SVP of Philip Services in 1996-1999 where he drove the expansion of this industrial services company. Prior to this, he was president of Infra Con infrastructure. Mr. Rintoul earned his MBA from Richard Ivey School of Business and holds an ICD.D designation from the Institute of Corporate Directors.
Michael Salter, CA
Mr. Salter was the Chief Financial Officer of Medical Facilities Corp ($500m mkt cap) from its IPO in 2004 until his retirement December 2016. He was a Trustee of HealthLease Properties REIT ($370m mkt cap) from its IPO in 2012 until late 2014 when it was purchased by Health Care REIT, Inc. Prior thereto, he held senior and executive roles with companies involved in the oil and gas, construction, manufacturing, and hospitality industries. Mr. Salter earned his Chartered Accountancy designation in 1974 (Alberta) and Certified Public Accountant certificate from the University of Illinois (1995).
Scott Ullrich, BA, Dip(ULE), RI(BC), FRI, CPM, CA
Mr. Ullrich is the Chief Executive Officer of Gateway Property Management Corporation. Since 1984, Mr. Ullrich has led the company to become one of Canada’s largest property management companies, responsible for over 30,000 suites and 1.5 million sq/ft of commercial space. Prior, Mr. Ullrich worked in public practice at Touche Ross & Co. (now Deloitte and Touche) where he specialized in Real Estate auditing and consulting. Mr. Ullrich also sits on several boards and committees including the Rental Advisory Committee to the Real Estate Council of British Columbia and the Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia, where he was elected Chairman in 2014. Mr. Ullrich earned his Bachelor of Arts at BA (Commerce major) at Simon Fraser University.
Private Equity Real Estate
Policy & Charters
In our real estate funds, Trebuchet Capital Partners is resolved to the consideration of broader issues when deploying capital and to our investment process across asset classes.