Onex appoints Josh Hausman as Managing Director

Onex appoints Josh Hausman as Managing Director

7:49 AM, 10th January 2013
Onex appoints Josh Hausman as Managing Director

TORONTO, CANADA: Onex Corporation announced the promotion of Josh Hausman to Managing Director. Hausman previously held the position of Principal and has been an important part of the investment teams responsible for many of Onex’ healthcare investments, including Emergency Medical Services and ResCare. Hausman will continue to lead Onex’ efforts in the Technology sector from the firm’s New York office.

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