Narinder Nagra is a Managing Partner of Sprott Resource Lending. He has overseen the origination and management of the resource lending business of Sprott Resource Lending since its inception. From June 2009 to November 2010, he served as Senior Vice President, Asset Management of Sprott Resource Lending's predecessor company, Quest Capital Corp. (“Quest”), where he managed and remediated Quest’s mezzanine loan portfolio of over 60 loans. In the period following the financial crisis of 2007/2008, he successfully developed strategies to deal with the significant component of Quest’s portfolio comprised of distressed debt. From February 2006 to June 2008, Mr. Nagra served as the Chief Financial Officer of Quest. Prior to this, he was involved with two advanced-stage exploration companies, Sutton Resources Ltd. and Canico Resources Corp., each of which were acquired by major mining companies. Mr. Nagra is a Chartered Professional Accountant, Certified General Accountant.
You are now leaving Sprott.com and entering a linked website. Sprott has partnered with ALPS in offering Sprott ETFs. For fact sheets, marketing materials, prospectuses, performance, expense information and other details about the ETFs, you will be directed to the ALPS/Sprott website at SprottETFs.com.Continue to Sprott Exchange Traded Funds
You are now leaving Sprott.com and entering a linked website. Sprott Asset Management is a sub-advisor for several mutual funds on behalf of Ninepoint Partners. For details on these funds, you will be directed to the Ninepoint Partners website at ninepoint.com.Continue to Ninepoint Partners
You are now leaving sprott.com and linking to a third-party website. Sprott assumes no liability for the content of this linked site and the material it presents, including without limitation, the accuracy, subject matter, quality or timeliness of the content. The fact that this link has been provided does not constitute an endorsement, authorization, sponsorship by or affiliation with Sprott with respect to the linked site or the material.Continue