Information on Canadian Capital Providers
Here are more information about Canadian investors that are active – some are actively in the equity markets, while others are in private equity and lending.
Alberta Investment Management (AIMCo) is based in Alberta, Canada. AIMCo focuses in investment opportunities that can bring opportunities to Alberta, currently mainly in the resources, oil& gas and IT sectors.
Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo) is one of Canada’s largest and most diversified institutional investment fund managers, with an investment portfolio of approximately $71 billion. We invest globally on behalf of our clients, 26 pension, endowment and government funds in the Province of Alberta.
AIMCo’s private investment groups manage investments that do not normally trade on exchanges, such as real estate, mortgages, infrastructure, private equity and timberlands.
The teams that manage these asset classes have significant decision-making autonomy allowing for a more timely response to investment opportunities. They will also invest in international opportunities.
Annapolis Capital Ltd.
Founded in 2006, Annapolis Capital is a creative, value adding, and long term investor of growth capital in the Canadian energy sector.
From its head office in Calgary, it has $146 million of invested capital currently under management has been committed by a supportive institutional and high net worth individual investor base, with 10% of that capital invested by Annapolis’ principals and their families.
Annapolis targets investments in start-up and early stage exploration & production companies, primarily in the private domain. These energy investments include both traditional and renewable energy sectors.
ARC Financial Corp.
ARC Financial Corp. is one of the world’s leading energy focused private equity firms. Leveraging off the experience, expertise, and relationships of our 25 plus investment professionals.
The firm is seeking equity investments of $25 - 75+ million in the following areas of the Canadian and global energy business: conventional exploration and production, oilfield services, infrastructure, power generation and emerging new sources of supply such as oil sands, unconventional gas and renewable energy opportunities.
Laurentian Bank of Canada, a financial institution with a solid position in the province of Quebec, pursues its growth with particular focus on excellence of service. It operates the third largest branch network in Quebec, built over more than 165 years. The Bank also evolves as a performing player in specific market segments across Canada.
Laurentian Bank is also an active participant in the real estate sectors, it focus on all real estate sectors including constructions, development, purchase financing. Recently, it has been very active in construction loans for retail shopping centres and office towers across Ontario.
It has a variety of loans including interim construction loans, bridge loans and other standard loans; generally, they provide loans between 65% to 85% of the total cost of the project.
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