from Toronto, ON, CA
Bachelor of Science, Neuroscience and Pre-medicine
Master of Business Administration
Kyle is the proud father of his two children, Ridley and Remington.
Kyle Wailes is the Chief Financial Officer of Intermedix.
In his current role, Kyle is responsible for all aspects of the company’s finance, accounting, tax and treasury functions. He assumed this role in March of 2017. Kyle has more than 10 years of experience in the health care industry with a focus on physician practice innovation and investment.
Kyle began his professional career in 2006 as a financial analyst in the healthcare investment banking division at Thomas Weisel Partners in New York. Kyle was a member of the healthcare investment banking team with a focus on medical device, HCIT, pharmaceutical and healthcare service companies.
After two years of working at Thomas Weisel Partners, Kyle became an associate at Altaris Capital Partners in New York. Kyle was a key member of the healthcare private equity team in which he managed more than $800 million in assets.
Before joining Intermedix, Kyle was as a senior associate and served as a key member in the healthcare investment banking division at Citigroup in New York. During his time at Citigroup, Kyle focused on healthcare services, HCIT and medical device companies.
Kyle joined Intermedix as the vice president of business strategy, development and analytics. In this role Kyle was in charge of strategic planning for Intermedix, such as corporate strategy and M&A. After two years in that position, Kyle was promoted to previous role as executive vice president of physician services.
Kyle obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Pre-Medicine and Neuroscience at Brown University and master’s degree at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Kyle also earned his certification in Series 79 & 63 in the Investing Banking Exam.
Aside from his professional career, Kyle was an indoor professional lacrosse player. He was the fifth overall pick by the Calgary Roughnecks during the first round of the NLL Entry Draft. He was later acquired by the Philadelphia Wins from the Roughnecks.
In addition to being a professional lacrosse player, Kyle played hockey in the junior Ontario Hockey League with the Barrie Colts and the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds.