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Martine Philibert
Martine Philibert
SVP Asset Management, Global Asset Management, Ivanhoé Cambridge


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Martine obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning from Université de Montréal, and received a postgraduate degree in Business Administration at HEC Montreal (DSA/MBA program). Additionally, she obtained a Directors Education Program certificate from McGill University. She is a member of the Canadian Institute of Corporate Directors and Canadian Institute of Planners.

Martine is a Board Member of Quartier International de Montréal and La Fondation de l’Office Municipal d’Habitation de Montréal. She is also a member of the ULI Residential BF Council and CREW Montreal.
Ivanhoé Cambridge, a global real estate industry leader, invests in high-quality properties and real estate companies in select cities around the world. It does so prudently, with a long-term view to generate optimal, risk-adjusted returns. Founded in Quebec in 1953, Ivanhoé Cambridge has built a vertically integrated business across Canada. Internationally, the Company invests alongside key partners and major real estate funds that are leaders in their respective markets. Through subsidiaries a
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