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Denis Brisson

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Denis Brisson
Portrait of Denis Brisson Denis Brisson.jpg
Born1984 (age 35–36)
Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
🏳️ NationalityCanadian
🏫 EducationAlgonquin College
💼 Occupation
CEO of CosSar Enterprises Inc., Entrepreneur
📆 Years active  April 2014 – Present
Co-founder of Wealthy Wally

Denis Brisson (born 1984) is a Canadian entrepreneur and current CEO of CosSar Enterprises Inc., a privately controlled Canadian corporation. In 2016, Brisson launched Wealthy Wally.[1] An investment newsletter geared towards helping people become financially independent sooner.

Prior to creating Wealthy Wally, Brisson was the Conference Coordinator and IT Coordinator for the International Cospas-Sarsat Programme located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada (from 2012 - 2014) where he helped advance international technical standards for the global MEOSAR Search and Rescue System.[2][3] Previous to that, he was part of the Canadian delegation to the International Cospas-Sarsat programme (from 2007 - 2011) where he operated the experimental third-generation Search and Rescue satellite receiving System for Canada located at Shirley's Bay complex in Ottawa. He coordinated the first round of international MEOSAR tests and conducted various types of beacon tests in the Canadian Arctic near CFS Alert.[4] He is a graduate from Algonquin College (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) where he obtained his diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology.

Activist Shareholder
Denis has been a stock investor for over 10-years.[5] In 2010, he had created a Shareholder coalition to try and attempt to stop the sale of the La Francia coal assets in Columbia to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. which were owned by Coalcorp Mining Inc. at the time.[6] In 2016, he formed a Shareholder coalition to try and stop SFX Entertainment Inc. who filed for bankruptcy early 2016 in adopting a restructuring agreement which would extinguish retail shareholder's shares.[7] Brisson believed that SFX Entertainment Inc. would have been bought out by billionaire Robert F.X. Sillerman who had put three individual offers to market to purchase all outstanding shares of the company.[8] [9] Brisson co-authored an article with his business partner Sven Vande Broek [10] discussing the value in SFX Entertainment Inc. prior to its bankruptcy filing early 2016. Brisson and WPP Luxembourg Gamma Three S.À R.L. request to the courts for the formation of a Shareholder Equity Committee for shareholders to be represented during bankruptcy proceedings.[11]


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