Meet the experts behind our company
Co-Founder and Director
Co-Founder and Director
Alex is a Toronto based dual citizen holding EU and Canadian Passports.
He combines experience working with organizations large and small, public and private, profit and not for profits, public and private sector.
As a private entrepreneur Alex has built and sold companies in the technology and healthcare sectors. In each case, a large component of the success of these operations was the successful execution of regulatory and government relations strategies.
His orientation in business was, and remains, to find ways to work within the regulatory and legal framework to optimize value for all stakeholders.
Alex offers Government Relations for companies that require consulting or increased collaboration with Governments, politicians and agencies to drive business.
He works with companies and not for profits to help utilize Governments to ultimately increase their profitability and efficiency.
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Senior Advisor - Indigenous Practice
In this capacity Ms. Monture with Concierge will continue to support Indigenous communities and stakeholders in navigating the intersection of Economic Development and Government Relations.
She has successfully spent the last 14 years establishing lucrative partnerships between Indigenous communities and non-Indigenous stakeholders and utilizing those relationships to create economic opportunities. Using her wide-reaching relationships inside both private industry and government partners, she has facilitated productive discussions with Indigenous groups on major projects across the country.
Ms. Monture’s track record using collaboration, an effective communications plan, and a well-planned and multi-faceted government relations approach have yielded the results her clients want. She has a deep understanding of the sensitivities required when building partnerships with Indigenous communities.
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Senior Advisor - Mexico
Yvonne Stinson Ortiz, is consultant on international trade, as well as on negotiation and strategic planning. She served as General Director of Mining Development of the Ministry of Economy of Mexico (first half of 2019), as Head of the Trade and Investment Office of the Ministry of Economy of Mexico in Canada (between 2016 and 2018, and previously between 1993 and 1994), previously she was also appointed as the Head of the Trade and Investment Office of the Ministry before the European Union (between 2013 and 2016). As General Director of Mining Development she designed strategy to promote sustainable mining effort that was later endorsed and supported by Mexican and foreign mining companies, she was also appointed responsible for preparing the participation of the Mexican government in the PDAC and Mexico Mining Day celebrated in Canada, and the work agenda of the Undersecretary of Mining held within the framework of the PDAC. As Trade and Investment representative she was in charge to follow up on the international commitments of Mexico, participate in the analysis and processing of commercial matters, be the liaison with the Canadian or European government in matters of trade and investment, and with stakeholders, assist the Undersubsecretary of Foreign Trade in the design of strategies for the participation of the country in international negotiations. Coordinate Lobbying efforts and informative content to position the interests of the country, interviewing Stakeholders, e.g., the impact study of the TCUEM was achieved, and the convenience of modernizing it. From 2002 to 2013, she was Director of her own consultancy firm, advising domestic and foreign clients on issues related to Trade Rules, Safeguards, Antidumping and Anti-subsidies,
International Negotiations and Alternative Means of Dispute Settlement. She has been Panelist on Procedures under Chapter XIX of NAFTA. She was a member of the Advisory Council for International Trade Practices and the Advisory Group of the Business Organizations Coordinating Office on Foreign Trade in Mexico. Ms. Stinson was an adviser to the Committees on Agriculture and Foreign Trade of the Mexican Senate. She has been a journalist, specializing in economic and financial topics, and commentator on international trade.
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