About

​Jay Moulton

Jay has led strategy development and financing activities for numerous private and public companies, across many industries, since 1988. During this time, he has completed more than fifty transactions as either a principal or on behalf of clients, and has actively represented shareholders’ interests as a director or as an advisor to the Board of Directors of 25 different companies.

Jay has implemented and supervised a full range of acquisition activities from strategic planning, through target identification, negotiation, due diligence, financing, closing and post-closing integration, including a highly successful leveraged buy-out of Plastifab Industries, a leading plastics manufacturer.

In addition to his advisory activities, Jay has been the CEO of Toteflix Inc. since 2004 and has been responsible for the acquisition and development of the company's YoungCuts entertainment division and its Econblox education division. 

A graduate of the Harvard Business School MBA program, Jay is an Electrical Engineer and graduate of The Royal Military College of Canada, where he was also commissioned as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Jay is an accredited professional electrical engineer, a Past-President of the Harvard Business School Club of Montreal and a Governor of the Harvard Club of British Columbia.

​Gary Green​, U.S Counsel

Gary regularly helps us navigate the implementation of complex concepts. In addition to being Sixforce’s general counsel, Gary has been President of Sidkoff, Pincus & Green since 1983. As an attorney, Gary has distinguished himself in the areas of complex litigation and corporate law, earning an international reputation for his expertise and creativity in negotiating and structuring mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructurings. 

 Gary has been counsel to several public companies, including LVI Industries (NYSE), Cyber-Care Inc. (NASDAQ), Pharmaceutical Marketing Service Inc. (NASDAQ) and The Bethlehem Corporation (AMX). Gary is a graduate of Temple University and Villanova Law School. He is a member of many professional associations, and has lectured professionally to business leaders, lawyers and students.