Power Corporation of Canada

Power Corporation of Canada (TSX: POW) is a Montreal-based diversified international management and holding company with investments in companies in financial services, communications and other businesses in North America, Europe and Asia.

Through its subsidiary Power Financial, Power Corporation majority owns Great-West Lifeco which provides life and health insurance, retirement and investment services through its subsidiaries, Great-West Life, London Life, Canada Life, Putnam Investments, Irish Life and Great-West Financial. Power Financial’s subsidiary IGM Financial holds its asset management and financial advisory companies, Investors Group, Mackenzie Investments and Investment Planning Counsel. 
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Public
HQ
Montréal, CA
Founded
1925
Size (employees)
30,259 (est)+15%
Power Corporation of Canada was founded in 1925 and is headquartered in Montréal, CA

Power Corporation of Canada Office Locations

Power Corporation of Canada has offices in Montréal, Toronto and Winnipeg
Montréal, CA (HQ)
751 Rue du Square-Victoria
Toronto, CA
5000 161 Bay St
Winnipeg, CA
1 Lombard Pl

Power Corporation of Canada Data and Metrics

Power Corporation of Canada Financial Metrics

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Market capitalization (19-Sep-2017)

14.2 b

Closing share price (19-Sep-2017)

30.6
Power Corporation of Canada's current market capitalization is $14.2 b.
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Koho, a mobile-only suite of financial services for millennials, launches in Canada

 The world of consumer financial services has been turned upside down by the rise of newer technology like apps and the growing expectation from people that they should have a lot more flexibility and access when it comes to controlling how they spend and save their money. The latest development on …

Koho’s mobile finance service for millennials launches in Canada

While many peer-to-peer payment and personal finance services are geared toward the U.S., a new one has emerged to buck that trend. Koho is launching to the general public — starting in every province in Canada except for Quebec — as a mobile hub to help manage people’s finances. The startup has sec…

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