The Caisse invests in successful Québec companies. Some recent examples include:
April 8, 2016 – DERYtelecom – Amount: $ 5 million
April 7, 2016 – Moment Factory – Amount: $ 18 million
April 6, 2016 – AddÉnergie – Amount: $ 8.5 million
March 18, 2016 – Triotech – Amount: $ 40 million
February 18, 2016 – Groupe Marcelle – Amount: $ 18 million
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Montréal, September 19, 2016
NAMAKOR Holdings, the Québec Manufacturing Fund (QMF) and Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec today announced the acquisition of all outstanding shares of Groupe Graham International (GGI)... More
Mumbai, September 9, 2016
Tata Power and ICICI Venture today announced the creation of a platform company (“Platform”) to facilitate investment in power projects in India in the coming two-three years... More
Montréal, September 7, 2016
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec announced today a $25-million investment in LASIK MD, Canada’s laser vision correction leader. This investment, which is part of a broader financing plan... More
Montréal, August 24, 2016
CDPQ Infra, a subsidiary of Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, presented an update today to report on the progress of its Réseau électrique métropolitain (REM)... More
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Entrepreneurship - The vitality of Québec entrepreneurship is central to Caisse priorities. It is why it takes concrete actions to promote and stimulate entrepreneurship. Two actions in particular stand out: espace cdpq and the Devenir entrepreneur awareness campaign.
Absolute-return management – La Caisse’s investment strategy is based on an absolute-return approach; in other words, it aims to construct its investment portfolios on the basis of its own convictions, without taking the benchmark indexes into account.
Global footprint – Over the past four years, la Caisse has shifted 5% of its Canadian portfolio to other markets in order to diversify its portfolio and take further advantage of global growth.
Impact on Québec – The long-term growth of Québec SMEs is central to the strategy adopted by la Caisse, which has the ability to invest for the long run to facilitate acquisitions, modernizations and R&D by Québec companies.
Infrastructure – La Caisse continues geographical and sectoral diversification of its infrastructure portfolio, whose size has more than doubled in four years. In 2014, it carried out three major transactions: two in the United States (Indianapolis Power & Light Company and Invenergy) and one in the United Kingdom (London Array).