Richelieu Hardware Ltd.

Richelieu Hardware Ltd.

Richelieu Hardware Ltd.

Date Founded



7900 Henri-Bourassa Boulevard West,Montréal, QC H4S 1V4

Type of Company


Employees (Worldwide)



Wholesale: Consumer Durables
Retail: Home Improvement

Company Description

Richelieu Hardware Ltd. engages in business as an importer, distributor, and manufacture of specialty hardware, and complementary products. Its product categories includes decorative hardware, screws and fasteners, general hardware, furniture equipment, hinges, slides and opening systems, kitchen and bathroom accessories, closet and storage, lighting hardware and accessories, sinks, wash basins and faucets, office accessories, glass hardware, commercial display hardware, surfaces, panels and edge banding, custom-made cabinet doors and drawers, moldings, corbels and wood components, glues, silicones and caulking, tools and shop supplies, abrasive and finishing products, and builders' hardware. The company was founded on September 16, 1968 and is headquartered in Montréal, Canada.

Executives & Employees

President & Chief Executive Officer

Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Vice President & General Manager, United States

General Manager of Divisions

General Manager, Central Canada

General Manager, Western Canada & Western USA

Head-Investor Relations

Vice President, Supply Chain & Logistics

Vice President, Human Resources

Vice President-Business Development, Retailers Market, Canada

Board of Directors

Former Chairman & Chief Executive Officer at Fédération des caisses Desjardins du Québec

Chief Executive Officer at Altus Group Ltd.

President & Chief Executive Officer at Le Groupe Pomerleau, Inc.

President & Chief Executive Officer at Montreal Port Authority

Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Empire Co., Ltd.

Former Senior Vice President-Corporate Finance at Richter Advisory Group, Inc.

President & Chief Executive Officer at Richelieu Hardware Ltd.

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Mawer Investment Management (MIM) employs a systematic, disciplined, bottom-up, long-term investment approach. The firm seeks to achieve value-added returns through careful security selection and asset allocation on fundamental analysis of securities. MIM seeks to identify excellent companies with sustainable competitive advantages, regardless of industry or economic conditions, and to invest in these companies when they are trading at a discount to their intrinsic value. The firm provides in-house management of investments across all major asset including: International Equity, US Equity, Global Equity, Global Small-Cap Equity, Large-Cap Canadian Equity, Small-Cap Canadian Equity, Balanced, Tax Effective Balanced, Global Balanced, Global Bonds, Canadian Bonds, and Canadian Money Market.

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QV Investors (QVI) manages several pooled investment funds with varying objectives in order to meet clients' varying needs. The QV Funds are the models for the firm's bond, balanced and equity strategies.The Canadian Income Fund seeks to provide investors steady income, earned in Canadian dollars, with low risk to principal. The Fund invests in Canadian high or investment grade bonds and debentures, and to a lesser extent in corporate preferred and common shares. The bonds mature within 5 years. The benchmark is the FTSE TMX Short Term Bond Index.The Canadian Bond Fund seeks to provide investors with interest income and moderate capital appreciation over the long-term. The fund invests in investment grade Canadian fixed income securities, and does not hold preferred shares or equities. It may also invest in longer-term bonds and hold a larger exposure to corporate bonds and non-rated bonds. The benchmark is the FTSE TMX Canada Universe Bond Index.The Canadian Balanced Fund seeks to equal or exceed the average annual return on equity of Canadian companies. Canadian companies. The asset mix methodology is to weight by yield the asset class having the greatest surety. Equities are selected to reduce valuation, growth, credit, liquidity, and industry risks. Bonds are selected for their high quality and ability to offset the volatility found in equities.The QV Canadian Equity Fund invests in larger companies, typically with market-cap over $1 billion and listed on the TSX. The Fund seeks to exceed the average annual return on equity of Canadian companies, and to exceed the return on the S&P/TSX Composite Index and do so with lower volatility. QVI constructs the Fund to exhibit measurably better value, growth, dividend, and credit characteristics than the benchmark while maintaining broad industry diversification.The Canadian Small Cap Equity Fund invests in Canadian small and mid-cap companies, with market-cap above $100 million and up to two times the upper end of the BMO Small Cap Index. The Fund seeks to exceed the average annual return on equity of Canadian companies, to exceed the return on the BMO Small Cap Index, and do so with lower volatility. The Global Equity Fund invests in companies listed outside of Canada on the world's senior markets. It seeks to outperform the MSCI World Index with lower volatility. The Fund focuses on companies with market-cap, greater than $5 billion. The portfolio offers broad equity, industry and regional diversification.

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Cypress emphasizes fundamentals such as quality management, cash flow growth, balance sheet strength and valuation in the market place (as it pertains to the oil and gas sector, production profile, reserve additions, reserve quality, finding development costs) as critical variables influencing their investment decisions.

Recent Transactions
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Richelieu Hardware Ltd. purchases Cabinet & Top Supply, Inc.

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Richelieu Hardware Ltd. purchases Tamarack Distributors, Inc.

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Richelieu Hardware Ltd. purchases Weston Premium Woods, Inc.

Transaction Advisors

Advised onRichelieu Hardware Ltd. purchases Nystrom Group

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