Amy J. Satov
Amy J. Satov serves as senior legal counsel for Nuvei Corporation, Canada’s largest non-bank electric payment processor. Upon its public debut in September 2020, the Montreal-based company made history as the largest technology initial public offering ever on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Known as “a global payment technology partner of thriving brands,” Nuvei works to deliver unified commerce solutions and expertise with the goal of ultimately making the world into a local marketplace.
As an entrepreneurial and driven securities lawyer, Amy brings extensive and diverse experience to Nuvei Corporation. She is skilled in negotiation, risk management, and strategic planning and has been in law since being called to the bar by the Ontario Bar Association in 1996. Amy also shows a demonstrated history of success in business development, mergers and acquisitions by utilizing a holistic approach.
Amy is also a seasoned public company independent board member ─ serving on a number of public boards. She serves as a board member and chair of the corporate governance committee of Osisko Mining Ltd. (OSK.TO); a board member and chair of the compensation committee of O3 Mining Inc. (OIII.V); a board member and chair of the compensation committee of Osisko Metals Inc. (OM.V); and a board member and chair of the corporate governance and compensation committee of Brunswick Exploration Inc. (BRW.V). While holding other roles on public and private boards, including the McGill Chancellor’s Advisory Board, Amy has worked with various organizations to develop strategies, drive growth, and execute transformative change.
Prior to joining Nuvei Corporation, Amy worked as executive vice president, distribution, legal and compliance and corporate secretary at DundeeWealth Inc., a Canadian wealth management company that had $80 billion dollars of assets under management before it was acquired by the Bank of Nova Scotia in 2011. Within her role as EVP, she was in charge of all legal and compliance matters, was actively involved in DundeeWealth's expansion into Europe and the U.S. and sat on various subsidiary boards. She also advised on all M&A activities as well as securities, regulatory, and all other corporate commercial matters. Due to her exemplary work ethic and leadership skills, Amy was recognized by Strathmore’s “Who’s Who” for excellence and achievement in her profession.
In addition to speaking four languages (English, French, Hebrew, and Spanish), Amy earned both a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Master of Business Administration degree from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia ─ Atlantic Canada’s leading research-intensive university. She also received a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec ─ one of Canada’s best-known institutions of higher learning and one of the leading universities in the world.
Amy currently resides in Montreal with her two children.