CAE is a global leader in the delivery of training for the civil aviation, defence and security, and healthcare markets. We design and integrate the industry's most comprehensive training solutions, anchored by the knowledge and expertise of our 8,000 employees, our world-leading simulation technologies and a track record of service and technology innovation spanning seven decades. Our global presence is the broadest in the industry, with 160 sites and training locations in 35 countries, including our joint venture operations, and the world's largest installed base of flight simulators. Each year, we train more than 120,000 civil and defence crewmembers, as well as thousands of healthcare professionals.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Montréal, CA
Founded
1947
Size (employees)
8,500 (est)+7%
Website
cae.com
CAE was founded in 1947 and is headquartered in Montréal, CA

Key People at CAE

Marc Parent

Marc Parent

President and Chief Executive Officer
Jean-Louis Moreau

Jean-Louis Moreau

Vice-President Global Strategic Sourcing
Helene V Gagnon

Helene V Gagnon

Vice President, Public Affairs and Global Communications
Trevor Lovig

Trevor Lovig

VP Human Resources

CAE Office Locations

CAE has an office in Montréal
Montréal, CA (HQ)
8585 Chemin de la Côte de Liesse

CAE Data and Metrics

CAE Financial Metrics

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Market capitalization (25-Jul-2017)

4.6 b

Closing share price (25-Jul-2017)

17.4
CAE's current market capitalization is $4.6 b.

CAE Market Value History

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CAE Online and Social Media Presence

CAE News and Updates

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