The former director of infrastructure investments for Canadian pension manager PSP Investments has joined Digital Bridge Holdings, a Florida-based owner and operator of communications infrastructure.
Geneviève Maltais-Boisvert joined Digital Bridge as a principal on its investment team, the firm announced in a 10 September press release. Her focus will be sourcing and managing investments for Digital Colony Partners, a USD 4.05bn vehicle that closed in June.
Maltais-Boisvert spent more than six years PSP Investments in Montreal, according to her LinkedIn account, where she worked across energy and infrastructure but focused on digital infrastructure. Before joining PSP, she worked for Shell subsidiary QGC in Brisbane, Australia, as lead climate change and sustainability advisor. She previously worked for Greencoat Capital in London and Scotiabank Global Banking and Markets in Montreal.
In July, Digital Bridge was acquired by Colony Capital, its 50:50 partner on the Digital Colony fund, in a USD 325m deal.