Our History

2007

Caledon Capital Management Founded

After serving as Head of Private Equity at OMERS, David Rogers launches Caledon to develop and manage private equity and infrastructure investment programs.

2008

First Private Equity Mandate

Caledon is selected to manage the private equity program of an $8 billion Canadian public pension plan.

2010

First Infrastructure Mandate

Caledon is selected to assist with developing and managing a new infrastructure program of a $25 billion Canadian institution.

2011

Caledon Expands to the U.S.

A U.S. public pension plan selects Caledon to manage its infrastructure funds program and source co-investment opportunities.

2011

First Distressed Private Equity Mandate

A prominent Canadian corporate pension plan selects Caledon to advise on a distressed private equity mandate.

2011

Martin Day Joins Caledon

After six years as the head of the OMERS Private Equity funds program, Martin joins Caledon to re-unite with David.

2012

$1 Billion Committed

Caledon commits its first billion to private equity and infrastructure investments.

2014

Stephen Dowd Joins Caledon

Stephen Dowd joins Caledon after managing the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan’s infrastructure and timberland program for seven years.

2014

Caledon Partners with a Prestigious Canadian Non-Profit Foundation

Caledon is selected to manage the infrastructure program of the Salvation Army’s pension and endowment funds.

2015

Caledon’s 12th Client

The Province of Newfoundland and Labrador selects Caledon to manage its newly established infrastructure and private equity programs.

2016

$6 billion committed

Caledon exceeds $6 billion of capital committed to infrastructure and private equity investments.

2017

Caledon Capital becomes CBRE Caledon Capital Management Inc.

Caledon Capital announces definitive agreement with CBRE Global Investors and becomes CBRE Caledon Capital Management Inc.