The Quebec Culture Capital Fund Moves

Montreal, October 28, 2014 -

The Quebec Culture Capital Fund (QCCF) will now have its offices at 485 McGill Street, Suite 900 Montreal, in the same premises as Fonds d’investissement de la culture et des communications l.p. (FICC).

The CEO of both funds, Maurice Prud’homme, sees this reorganization as a major improvement for the funding accessibility for Quebec cultural enterprises.

About the Quebec Culture Capital Fund
The Quebec Culture Capital Fund (QCCF) is the outcome of the Québec government’s desire to support the development of large-scale cultural projects. The creation of this venture capital fund was announced in the 2011 provincial budget and the official launch followed in November of that same year. Endowed with a $100 million budget provided by the Government of Québec ($60 million) through Société de développement des entreprises culturelles (SODEC) and by its partner, Fonds de solidarité FTQ, the fund looks to make profitable investments in large-scale cultural projects destined for export, notably live show production, book publishing and the purchase and sale of publishing rights, film and television production, cross-platform production, sound recording and the purchase and sale of catalogues, as well as interactive digital and video game production. To learn more, visit

About FICC
Fonds d’investissement de la culture et des communications l.p. (FICC) is a venture capital partnership which started its operations in 1997. FICC provides financial partnerships to Quebec companies in the field of culture, communications and digital. FICC is a limited partnership comprising three limited partners and three general partners. This combination of financial experts, cultural industry specialists and Québec cultural production artisans make FICC a unique organization. To learn more, visit

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Source : Fonds Capital Culture Québec, s.e.c.
Renseignements : Maurice Prud’homme
Directeur général
(514) 940-6820 poste 225

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