Principal & Director
Tony is the Principal & Director of Stoic Capital. He has helped real estate developers and investors arrange over $1 billion of commercial mortgages and structured finance solutions, and provided real estate advisory services to both private companies and the public sector.
Tony is a keen supporter of Vancouver’s business community, and has served as President of The Pacific Club, a non-profit organization supporting entrepreneurs and business professionals through educational opportunities.
He has a Bachelor’s degree in Commerce, and a Post Graduate Certificate in Real Property Valuation from the University of British Columbia.
Gordon is an Operating Partner, responsible for advising on the technical aspects of real estate acquisitions, development, and operations. He consults with clients and project partners to ensure the right resources are in place for project and deal execution.
Gordon is an entrepreneurial developer, bringing 10 years of acquisition, development and construction management experience, and developing over 450,000 square feet of commercial and residential real estate.
He is a holder of the professional engineer (P. Eng) designation and has a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering (Civil) from the University of British Columbia.
Associate, Real Estate Financing
Eric has over 4 years of real estate and lending experience. Prior to joining Stoic Capital, he worked at a Schedule l bank and a third-party lending firm. Throughout his time in commercial lending, he assisted in underwriting $400 million in deals for both term and interim financing across Canada. He strives to build lasting relationships with clients by providing solutions with efficiency and efficacy.
Eric has a Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University specializing in Finance. He has diverse educational background having studied in Korea, Singapore, US, Australia, and Canada. He is also fluent in English and Korean.
Lillian is the Manager, Operations for Stoic Capital.
Her financial services experience comes from working at one of Canada’s largest Schedule I banks. Lillian also worked in the public sector for 7 years, primarily in fraud investigation and prevention, where she took on progressively more senior roles.
Lillian holds a Bachelor’s degree in Arts and Social Sciences from Simon Fraser University.