FONDS de solidarité FTQ

rapport annuel et
de développement durable 2012

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Key data
For the years ended May 31

  1. The total operating expense ratio does not include capital tax and is calculated as stipulated in the Regulation Respecting Development Capital Investment Fund Continuous Disclosure.

annual Rate of return of the Fonds2
For the years ended May 31

  1. Net earnings (net loss) per share divided by the share price at the beginning of the year. This return does not take into account tax credits granted to shareholders.

Net value
per share
As at May 31
(in dollars)

Number of partner
companies
As at May 31
(Fonds and network)

Fair value of development
capital investments3
As at May 31
(in millions of $)

3. These investments include funds committed but not disbursed as well as guarantees and suretyships.

Development
capital investments1
For the years ended May 31
(in millions of $)

Share issues
For the years ended May 31
(in millions of $)

Share redemptions
For the years ended May 31
(in millions of $)

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  1. These investments include funds committed but not disbursed as well as guarantees and suretyships.

  2. This amount takes into account the investment of $300 million made in SSQ Financial Group.

  3. This amount does not take into account investments of $500 million made in the programs announced in the budget of the Government of Québec.

Number of jobs created,
maintained or protected
in QuÉbec by the Fonds
and its network
As at May 31

Number
of shareholders
As at May 31

Shareholder
profile
As at May 31, 2012

168,577 jobs created, maintained or protected
in QuÉbec by the Fonds and its network*
as at May 31, 2012

*By partner companies in the portfolio as at May 31, 2012.

CHANGE IN DEVELOPMENT CAPITAL INVESTMENTS (AT COST)1
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 2012

  1. These investments exclude the securities in the Entreprises publiques québécoises à faible capitalisation portfolio (which represented investments of $39 million during the year) and include funds committed but not disbursed, as well as guarantees and suretyships.

  2. The breakdown by region and sector as at May 31, 2011 was changed based on the reorganizations undergone by companies in the portfolio.

  3. Regional groupings: Western Québec: Abitibi-Témiscamingue/Outaouais. Montréal Region: Montréal/Laval/Laurentides/Montérégie/Lanaudière. Central Québec: Estrie/Mauricie/Centre-du-Québec. Québec City Region: Capitale-Nationale/Chaudière-Appalaches. Eastern Québec: Bas-Saint-Laurent/Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean/Gaspésie-Îles-de-la-Madeleine/Côte-Nord/Nord-du-Québec. All of Québec: Investments impacting more than one region. Outside Québec: Investments in companies headquartered outside Québec.

CHANGE IN DEVELOPMENT CAPITAL INVESTMENTS (AT COST)1
FOR THE YEAR ENDED MAY 31, 2012

  1. These investments exclude the securities in the Entreprises publiques québécoises à faible capitalisation portfolio (which represented investments of $39 million during the year) and include funds committed but not disbursed, as well as guarantees and suretyships.

  2. The breakdown by region and sector as at May 31, 2011 was changed based on the reorganizations undergone by companies in the portfolio.

  3. Regional funds, local funds and regional investment companies.