Our History


Caledon Capital Management Founded

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


First Private Equity Mandate

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


First Infrastructure Mandate

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


Caledon Expands to the U.S.

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


First Distressed Private Equity Mandate

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


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.


$1 Billion Committed

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


Stephen Dowd Joins Caledon

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


Caledon’s 12th Client

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


Caledon Capital becomes CBRE Caledon Capital Management Inc.

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


CBRE Caledon opens its London Office

CBRE Caledon opens its London Office in August 2018 led by Andreas Köttering, former Co-Head of Infrastructure at GIC.


$10 Billion in Capital

CBRE Caledon exceeds $10 billion in capital for infrastructure and private equity investments.