UPDATED ON: Thursday, December 06, 2001
SNC-Lavalin Capital Inc.:
From The Globe and Mail
Michael Novak, Executive Vice-President of SNC-Lavalin Inc., and President of SNC-Lavalin International Inc., is pleased to announce the appointment of Christiane Bergevin as President of SNC-Lavalin Capital Inc.
Building on her former role as Senior Vice-President and General Manager of SNC-Lavalin Capital, Ms. Bergevin will be responsible for the continued growth and development of SNC-Lavalin Capital in Canada and internationally. Under her leadership, SNC-Lavalin Capital has grown into a dedicated group of 18 professionals that offers extensive and innovative financing solutions to clients worldwide.
Ms. Bergevin has extensive domestic and international financing experience. She has contributed to, among other projects, the acquisition financing of Highway 407 in Toronto. She began her career with The Standard Life Assurance Company, then joined the Export Development Corporation where she led several groundbreaking governmental and private financings in Africa and Europe, before joining SNC-Lavalin in 1990. She is a graduate of McGill University.
SNC-Lavalin Capital Inc. is the subsidiary of SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. responsible for financial modeling and arranging project financing. SNC-Lavalin Capitalís team based in Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Paris and Amsterdam, has contributed to arranging over US $5 billion in innovative financing for Canadian and international clients. A designated International Financial Centre, SNC-Lavalin Capital has expertise in various sectors including Power, Oil and Gas, Mass Transit, Infrastructure, Telecommunications, Pharmaceuticals, Mining, Agriculture, Industry and Aboriginal projects.
SNC-Lavalin (TSE: SNC) is one of the leading groups of engineering and construction firms in the world, and a global player in the ownership and management of infrastructure. The SNC-Lavalin group of companies has offices across Canada, in 30 other countries around the world and is currently working in some 100 countries.