Fonds de solidarité FTQ hires Brosseau as energy transition VP

Fonds de solidarité FTQ has appointed Christian Brosseau as vice president, investment, strategic capital, energy and environment.

Fonds de solidarité FTQ has appointed Christian Brosseau as vice president, investment, strategic capital, energy and environment. Brosseau joins from Solargise Canada where he was an executive project director. Before then he held executive roles at Cofomo, CGI and Hydro-Québec.

PRESS RELEASE

Montréal, October 19, 2020 – Janie Béïque, Executive Vice-President, Investment, at the Fonds de solidarité FTQ, is pleased to announce the appointment of Christian G. Brosseau as Vice-President, Investment, Strategic Capital, Energy and Environment.

Holder of a bachelor’s degree in economics from Université de Montréal and a Bachelor of Business Administration from HEC Montréal, Christian began his career at PWC. He then spent 10 years at Hydro-Québec, where he carried out major projects and was responsible for the marketing activities and energy trading floor of Hydro-Québec Production. He subsequently held various management positions at CGI, Solargise Canada and Cofomo.

“Christian is known as a visionary leader who can anticipate new trends. He focuses on long-term results. He’s there for his employees and encourages creativity, autonomy and calculated risk taking. I am thrilled to welcome him to the Fonds and wish him the utmost success. We’re proud to have someone like Christian to head the Strategic Capital team, created last year to launch projects aimed at building a stronger and more resilient green economy,” said Janie Béïque.

“The just energy transition is an increasingly pressing issue for Québec businesses. I’m happy to join the Fonds team and contribute to building a more sustainable economy,” said Christian G. Brosseau.

About the Fonds de solidarité FTQ
The Fonds de solidarité FTQ is a capital development fund that channels the savings of Quebecers into investments. With net assets of $13.8 billion as at May 31, 2020, the Fonds supports 221,267 jobs. The Fonds has 3,329 partner companies and 707,935 shareholders-savers.