CubicFarm systems hires new vice president corporate development

CubicFarm Systems today announced the appointment of Thomas Liston as Vice President (VP) of corporate development.

Thomas (Tom) Liston will provide CubicFarms with strategic business development and capital markets advisory services in his role as VP of corporate development. Liston is a technology investor, advisor, and a chartered financial analyst with over 20 years of experience in capital markets. He’s the founder of Water Street Corp and currently serves on several boards of directors for public and private technology companies, and he has a strong track record of shareholder value creation in that capacity. He has served on the Board of Directors of WELL Health Technologies since April 2018 and Tantalus Systems Holding since January 2021.

Prior to his current role, he was the Chief Investment Officer of a leading technology-focused venture capital firm and was responsible for leading the firm’s investments in Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), FinTech, and Healthcare Information Technology (IT) sectors. Two of these investments were among the top exits in Canadian technology in recent years.

“Tom is a capital markets veteran in technology with proven experience identifying underrecognized companies and assisting in unlocking value for shareholders. He’s uniquely experienced to work with a disruptive technology company of our size on the journey to achieve industry leadership,” said Dave Dinesen, CEO, CubicFarm Systems.

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