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, June 21, 2016
La Caisse appreciates the trust shown by the six Ville de Québec pension plans that today join its depositors. Together these plans total approximately $2 billion... More
Montréal, June 20, 2016
Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec announced a further investment of $14.3 million in Stingray, a leading Québec business-to-business multi-platform music and in-store multimedia solutions provider... More
MONTREAL, CANADA – JUNE 15, 2016
Virtual reality trailblazer Felix & Paul Studios closes $6.8 million series a financing round led by Comcast Centures
Felix & Paul Studios, the Emmy® Award-winning studio behind the world’s leading cinematic virtual reality experiences, today announced that it has closed a $6.8 million (USD) round of Series A funding... More
Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and Chicago, IL, June 15, 2016
Ivanhoé Cambridge and Callahan Capital Properties acquire remaining 49% interest in 1211 Avenue of the Americas
Ivanhoé Cambridge and its partner, Callahan Capital Properties, announced today that they have closed on the acquisition of the remaining 49% interest in 1211 Avenue of the Americas... 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).