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Chrysalix Announces The Appointment Of Greg Allen To Its Vancouver-Based Investment Team

Oct 24, 2022

Chrysalix is pleased to announce that Greg Allen has joined its Vancouver-based investment team. Greg is an experienced CEO, turnaround leader and board member at multinational technology companies. At Chrysalix, he will be responsible for supporting the investment team with selected portfolio companies in director and observer roles. Greg will also lead key aspects of Chrysalix’s operational activities and is a member of the Chrysalix investment committee.

Greg has 30 years technical, operations, sales, and governance roles in public and private companies. He has led teams delivering growth and turnaround strategies across many industries, including global manufacturing services, industrial products, cleantech, telecoms, enterprise computing, IoT and cloud services. Greg holds an MBA from Napier University, Edinburgh, and holds the Canadian Institute of Corporate Directors ICD.D professional designation.

Chrysalix Managing Partner Fred van Beuningen commented; “We continue to grow our global investment team with start-up, scale-up and governance expertise to support our RoboValley Industry 4.0 fund and as we look towards our next fund focused on supporting industrial companies with their carbon neutral targets. Greg brings a wealth of leadership and governance experience to the team and will be assisting in both Chrysalix operations and portfolio company oversight.”

Greg Allen commented; “I am excited to be part of a team that are recognized leaders in driving investment in innovation for hard to abate, resource intensive industries. The Chrysalix RoboValley Fund portfolio already has some impressive investments in areas such as metals circularity, EV battery manufacturing analytics, and minerals discovery using AI. I am looking forward to supporting the investment team and portfolio companies as they move toward scale-up mode and also working with the team as we expand globally with new funds.”