CANADA - The Quebec government has appointed Pierre Brunet to a three-year term as chairman of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Quebec.
Brunet was previously the CEO of Lévesque Beaubien Geoffrion, a brokerage that became National Bank Financial. The provincial government also appointed Louise Charette, Yvan Allaire, Claude Garcia and A. Michel Lavigne as members of the board.
“I’m very pleased with these appointments,” stated Henri Paul Rousseau, president and CEO of the Caisse de dépôt.
Brunet and the four board members will begin their term 16 May. The Caisse now has 15 board members.
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