Digital Bridge Holdings has appointed Geneviève Maltais-Boisvert as principal on its investment team.
Maltais-Boisvert has nearly 15 years of experience in global infrastructure funds management and investment banking across North America, Europe, Turkey and Australia. In her new role, she will be responsible for sourcing and managing investments for the Digital Colony Partners fund.
Most recently, Maltais-Boisvert served as director of infrastructure investments at PSP Investments, one of Canada’s largest pension investment managers with more than C$165 billion ($125 billion) of assets under management. During her tenure at PSP, she helped deploy nearly C$2 billion ($1.5 billion) across the infrastructure and energy sectors, with a focus on digital infrastructure.
Earlier in her career, Maltais-Boisvert served as lead climate change and sustainability adviser at QGC in Australia and was an investment associate at Greencoat Capital, a U.K.-based private equity firm focused on renewable energy.
She began her career as an investment banking associate at Scotiabank in the global banking and capital markets division.
Maltais-Boisvert holds a bachelor of commerce degree from McGill University and an MBA from INSEAD.