Bruno Guilmette is to join renewable energy power company Boralex in Canada as vice president and cfo.

He succeeds Jean-François Thibodeau, who is retiring after a 15-year stint at the company in March.

"A new chapter has begun with the arrival of Bruno Guilmette, whose management profile in the financial services and infrastructure investment sector in Canada and abroad will undoubtedly contribute to the progress of the corporation in the coming years," said Patrick Lemaire, president and ceo of Boralex, in a statement.

Guilmette has experience in financial management and acquiring and financing global infrastructure projects.

Prior to taking on the Boralex role, Guilmette was interim chief investment officer at the Canada Infrastructure Bank, where he also served on the board of directors (a role he will continue to hold while at Boralex).

At CIB, he implemented the bank’s initial investment and consulting policies and processes.

Other previous roles he has held include senior vice president, infrastructure investments, at PSP Investments and senior director, private equity investments, at Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec.

(A version of this story first appeared in IJGlobal)

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