Happy Holidays

For my last post of 2011, I want to wish you a very merry Holiday season and a Happy New Year. That 2012 be a year filled with health, achievements and memorable moments. One thing is certain, 2012 will provide its share of surprises. I wish you the agility and alertness to take advantage of the opportunities that these situations will create. Although this time of the year is typically a moment of celebration for most of us, let’s not be insensitive to those going through trials and those faced with challenges. Let’s be there to make a positive difference in the lives of these people.

Thank you to all who read my blog diligently over the last six months. I will continue over the next year to share with my readers my opinions and observations on business, finance and entrepreneurship.

I will take advantage of the holiday to play sports. Hoping for a little snow!

See you soon,


About Ludovic Dumas

Ludovic transforms innovative companies into world-class organizations. He is an investment professional at an investment firm representing the interests of one of the most successful families in Canadian business. Before joining the private equity world, Ludovic was an investment banker at CIBC and with ING Group’s investment banking team in Frankfurt, Germany. Mr. Dumas was also a management consultant with Deloitte where he worked on corporate strategy, restructuring, market analysis, due diligence, and economic development mandates. Specialties Mergers & acquisitions, capital raise, corporate strategy, entrepreneurship.
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