Forbes & Manhattan Overview

  • Service
  • Merchant Bank

  • Employees
  • 46


  • Serviced Companies
  • 2

  • Serviced Deals
  • 1

Forbes & Manhattan General Information


Forbes & Manhattan is a private merchant bank with a focus on the resource-based sector, technology, telecommunications, and on-line gaming. The firm incubates, finances and manages junior resource companies and creates shareholder value by combining assets with management, access to capital and investor and marketing support. it seeks to invest in agriculture (both agriculture input and output projects), energy (coal, uranium, oil, and gas), precious metals, base metals, ferrous & associated metals, technology sectors.

Contact Information

Service Provider Type
Merchant Bank
Primary Office
  • 198 Davenport Road
  • Suite 805, P.O. Box 71
  • Toronto, Ontario M5R 1J2
  • Canada
+1 (416) 000-0000

Forbes & Manhattan Services to Companies

Service on a Deal (1)

Company Name Service Provided Deal Date Deal Type Deal Amount
United Silver Jul 2011 00000 0000000
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Forbes & Manhattan Investment Preferences

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Forbes & Manhattan Team (5)

Name Title Deals Office Contact
Fred Leigh Executive, Capital Markets Toronto, Canada
Stan Bharti Founder & Executive Chairman 0 Toronto, Canada
Deborah Battiston Chief Financial Officer 0 Toronto, Canada
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Forbes & Manhattan Board Members (1)

Name Representing Role Since
Stan Bharti Forbes & Manhattan Founder & Executive Chairman 000 0000
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