TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Feb. 1, 2013) - Mr. Y. Dov Meyer, CEO and President of Terra Firma Capital Corporation (TSX VENTURE:TII), a real estate finance company, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mano Thiyagarajah, MBA, CGA, CPA (Delaware) as Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Secretary effective February 1, 2013. Mr. Thiyagarajah replaces Howard Wortzman and Marisa Christenson who are resigning as CFO and Secretary, respectively.
Mr. Thiyagarajah has extensive experience as a vice president finance and controller of several major public real estate and asset management companies in Canada and the United States such as Transglobe Apartment REIT and O&Y REIT and has been involved in all aspects of accounting, financial reporting, finance and administration.
"We are very pleased that Mano is joining our team as CFO" commented Mr. Meyer. "Due to Mano's expertise in the capital markets he will play a major role in the next phase of Terra Firma's growth. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Howard Wortzman and Marisa Christenson for their service to Terra Firma since its inception."
In accordance with the policies of the TSXV, Mr. Thiyagarajah's appointment is subject to the TSXV's review and approval.
About Terra Firma
Terra Firma is a full service, publicly traded real estate finance company that provides customized equity and debt solutions to the real estate industry. Our focus is to arrange and provide financing with flexible terms to property owners or developers, as well as to invest in quality commercial and residential developments by proven real estate developers. Terra Firma offers a full spectrum of real estate financing under the guidance of strict corporate governance, clarity and transparency. For further information please visit Terra Firma's website at www.tfcc.ca.
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