|Headquarters 🏙️||Global, |
Victoria, British Columbia
Area served 🗺️
|Peter Milburn (Chairman)|
Gordon J. Fyfe CEO):p.4
|$14 Billion (June 2018)|
|💎 AUM||$145 Billion (June 2018)|
Number of employees
BCI, officially the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, is a Canadian Crown corporation established in 1999, to oversee and invest British Columbia's provincial wealth funds. As of June 30, 2018, BCI manages over C$145 billion in investment assets. Headquartered in Victoria, BC, BCIMC is one of the world's biggest investment funds, operating out of 23 offices across 17 countries.
BCI has four major investment divisions:
- Capital Markets, which focusses on equities, fixed income and all weather strategies
- Private Equity which focusses on making private market investments in technology, industrials, consumer and healthcare sector companies primarily in North America and Europe
- Infrastructure & Renewable Resources which focusses on opportunistic investments in infrastructure and renewable energy companies
- QuadReal Property Group is BCI's real estate investment vehicle, making core+, opportunistic and debt investments in real estate assets globally
California based electronic payments technology company, Verifone was acquired in a take-private buyout by BCI and Francisco Partners for $3.4 Billion in 2018
GCT Global Container Terminals
BCI and IFM Investors announced in 2018 their intention to acquire GCG Global Terminals Inc. from OTPP in a transaction believed to be worth $4 Billion
Springs Window Fashions
BCI and AEA Investors acquired Springs Window Fashions, the 3rd largest window covering company in the world from Golden Gate Capital for an undisclosed sum
Hayfin Capital Management LLP
BCI acquired a majority stake in London based credit focussed hedge fund in 2017 for an undisclosed amount
In 2017, BCI and French private equity firm acquired Refresco's European bottling business for $1.6 Billion in cash
- In 2007, Delta Hotels, a luxury chain of hotels was acquired by BCI from Fairmont Hotels and Resorts, and eventually sold to Marriott Hotels in 2015
TimberWest Forest Corporation
- in 2011, BCI and PSP Investments acquired the Canadian publicly traded TimberWest Forest Corporation for $1.03 Billion in cash and debt in a take-private buyout transaction
- "2016 Annual report". BCIMC.
- "Condensed Interim Consolidated Financial Statements of BCIMC - December 31, 2017". BCI.ca. February 8, 2018. p. 1.
- "BCIMC Homepage". Retrieved 26 February 2018.
- "2017 Annual Report". BCIMC. May 26, 2017.
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