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Rempart Asset Management specializes in discretionary investment management for individuals, private corporations and foundations. Our firm takes a professional approach to diversified portfolio management that features discipline, a focus on quality, and conservative risk management.

It is Rempart’s mission to provide steady performance with relatively low volatility. This is accomplished through a cash-flow oriented investment approach with research conducted by Rempart’s investment professionals.

Rempart is a fully independent firm owned by its founding partners. Rempart emphasizes a disciplined team approach to the management of its clients’ portfolios.

The Rempart team has worked closely together since 2003, with each of its five portfolio managers having several decades of investment management experience.

Rempart is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and has a branch office in Toronto, Ontario. The firm is duly registered as a portfolio management company with most of the provincial securities commissions across Canada and with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the United States. It also serves clients internationally.

At Rempart, we create investment portfolios tailored to the specific client and managed on a segregated basis. We do this by incorporating each client’s unique circumstances into his or her own distinctive investment policy. Existing holdings, income requirements, tax considerations, time horizon and growth objectives are all taken into account in this process. We believe the individual circumstance of each investor is a key determinant in the portfolio construction process.

Investment portfolios are managed on a disciplined basis with two senior portfolio managers and a portfolio administrator involved with the management and service of each client portfolio.

First Quarter 2017

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Fourth Quarter 2016

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