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Fengate Capital Management is an investment management firm specializing in originating and managing investments in the infrastructure and real estate sectors. Fengate Capital is a subsidiary of Fengate Corporation, which began operations in 1974. The Firm's operations encompass asset management, real estate and infrastructure development, and commercial property management across North America and international markets.

Fengate Capital began its operations in 2000 with the launch of Northgate Properties Inc., a real estate fund established on behalf of a group of high net worth investors. In 2006, Fengate Capital established its first infrastructure fund targeting investments in Canadian public-private partnerships and independent power projects. Fengate Capital currently manages several investment funds with aggregate capital under management of over $1.5 billion.

For the past seven years, Fengate Capital has been named one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies, a program sponsored by the National Post, Deloitte, CIBC and Queen’s School of Business.


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