Dealy served as the Toronto-based recruitment company’s president and chief financial officer and helped lead the company’s acquisition strategy.
Dealy replaces Allan Hartley as CEO, who resigned as both the chief executive and director of the company.
“While COVID19 creates general uncertainty for business and the market, BTG is taking bold steps to realize on our strategic plans,” Dealy said in a statement.
“We continue to move forward on our acquisition pipeline as we build towards an ever more digitized operating environment. The Canadian job market may be reduced during the next quarter however our company's management is now strengthened, has a demonstrated track record in the HR industry and is looking to lead to a technology-based future driven by industry leading advisors."
Bay Talent also announced that it has named Eric Loree as its new chief legal offiver and Dan Teguh as vice president, finance. Teguh formerly served as director of corporate development for a leading North American healthcare consolidator while Loree, who joined the firm in 2018, previously worked in the listed issuer services department at the TSX Venture Exchange.
The company also accepted the resignation of Steven Wang as officer and director of BTG’s subsidiaries Provision IT Resources Ltd and PTC Accounting and Finance Inc.
Bay Talent said it is grateful for the contributions of both Hartley and Wang and wished them well in their future endeavours.
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