We adhere to strict governance rules. Integrity and accountability are at the core of all of our activities. As active and committed shareholders, we ask companies in our investment portfolio to do the same.
Our activities are governed by three bodies: the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee and the executive teams of our subsidiaries. These bodies are made up of experienced, international calibre managers. They act with integrity and rigour to implement strategies and action plans that generate the returns our clients need while contributing to Québec’s economic development.
Board of Directors
Management of subsidiaries
Ivanhoé Cambridge is a global real estate industry leader that develops, acquires and manages large-scale properties and projects around the world.
Otéra Capital is a Canadian leader in commercial real estate lending that also issues loans in the United States.
CDPQ Infra builds sustainable transportation infrastructure for communities and serves as principal contractor for major projects.
Our codes, policies and regulations
We adhere to strict rules of governance when planning, coordinating and managing our activities. These rules are specified in:
- Act respecting the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec;
- Code of Ethics and Conduct for Directors
- Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct for Officers and Employees
Our activities are also governed by numerous internal regulations and policies. CDPQ is also subject to various other regulations and standards.
Access to information
Under the Act respecting Access to documents held by public bodies and the Protection of personal information (R.S.Q. c. A-2.1), you may obtain access to documents from public bodies such as CDPQ. We may, however, invoke exceptions set out in this Act.
Distribution of information
The Regulation respecting the distribution of information and the protection of personal information, specifies that we are required to post various documents on our website.
Right to vote
We analyze each proposal submitted at the shareholder meetings of the companies we invest in, and we exercise our right to vote by proxy and publish them in a transparent manner.