Stack Capital is a recently formed investment holding company with a mission to democratize access into some of the world’s most innovative and disruptive, growth and late-stage private companies. The company has the flexibility to invest in private companies from various sectors before they become public; and the ability to continue holding them as public companies.
Photo: Benoit Leroux and Alex Laverdière, Investissement Québec, Courtesy: Investissement Québec. The CVCA is excited to kick off a brand new series for CVCA Central, which will profile our new members and provide insight on these invaluable organizations in our community. Debuting in the new member series is Investissement Québec. Investissement Québec’s mission is to play an
On July 20th, Quebec-based Novacap Management announced the closing of its latest technology, media and telecommunications private equity fund, Novacap TMT V. Not only did Novacap successfully close the fund, the firm surpassed the target size of the fund by 40 per cent; motivated by demand from new and existing investors. Pascal Tremblay, President and
Impact investing is on the rise, as more and more private equity (PE) investors look to achieve solid financial returns while also helping to solve some of the biggest social and environmental challenges we face. As the impact investing opportunity continues to grow, Canadian PE firms should take steps to get ahead of the curve
As merger and acquisition (M&A) transactions continue to grow in scale and complexity, so have the associated transaction costs. Consequently, it makes the tax treatment of these outlays of greater importance to all parties. The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has long challenged taxpayers on the deductibility of fees incurred as part of a transaction, making
The CVCA was proud to award Yaletown Partners with the 2017 Venture Capital Deal of the Year Award on June 7th, during the Invest Canada ’17 conference in Montreal. Yaletown Partners is a Vancouver-headquartered firm that invests in emerging-growth technology companies in Canada. Yaletown invested CAD $7.5 million in BitStew Systems, and realized proceeds of