Company in this story: (TSX:TRZ, TSX:AC, TSX:WJA)Julien Arsenault, The Canadian Press MONTREAL — The list of Quebec players interested in acquiring Transat AT is getting longer with the addition of a group led by the head of financial services company FNC Capital, The Canadian Press has learned.Dominik Pigeon, whose firm specializes in management buyouts, has confirmed his group’s interest in the tour operator.“I have a great interest in the company, they know it,” Pigeon said in an interview. “Our goal is not just to buy it, but to grow it, and to support the management team in place.”The group is supported by BCF Business Law, which did not respond to questions.Pigeon, who has worked for institutions such as Desjardins Group, Export Development Canada and BNP Paribas, did not want to reveal the identity of his partners, but confirmed that he was not alone. According to a source familiar with the file, who requested anonymity because he is not allowed to speak publicly, it is a “Quebec financial solution” with local institutional actors and the support of Quebec Inc.On its website, FNC Capital says it raises funds for “lending and investing with the management team to buy control of their business” in transactions generally priced between $5 million and $200 million.In addition to Pigeon, Vincent Chiara, president of real estate developer Groupe Mach, has confirmed that he has submitted an offer for the parent company of Air Transat, while the president and CEO of Quebecor, Pierre Karl Peladeau, confirmed he’s requested a financial analysis of the company for a personal investment.Despite disappointing results in 2018 — including an adjusted loss of $24.5 million — Transat AT is continuing efforts to build a network of hotels at sun destinations in the hope of better positioning to compete against rivals such as Air Canada Rouge, WestJet Vacations and Sunwing.Jean-Marc Eustache, 71, has been in charge of the company since it was created in 1987. His successor will be chief operating officer Annick Guerard.Transat’s shares gained 57 cents or 6.14 per cent to $9.86 in Friday trading, giving the company a $371.6-million market capitalization, up about $150 million since confirmation of talks surrounding a potential sale.
Bhubaneswar: India lived up to their billing and thrashed South Africa 5-1 in the summit clash to win the FIH Series Finals hockey tournament here Saturday. Coming into the tournament as overwhelming favourites, world no. 5 India played like champions and remained unbeaten throughout the tournament. Dragflickers Varun Kumar (2nd and 49th minutes) and Harmanpreet Singh (11th and 25th) scored a brace each, while Vivek Sagar Prasad (35th) was the other goal scorer for India. Also Read – Djokovic heaps praise on ‘very complete’ MedvedevSouth Africa’s lone goal was scored by Richard Pautz in the 53rd minute. India and South Africa have already qualified for the final round of the Olympic qualifiers before Saturday’s summit clash. Earlier in the day, Asian Games champion Japan defeated USA 4-2 to finish third in the competition. The top two finishers of this tournament make it to the final round of the Olympic qualifiers to be held later this year. Going by world rankings, the Indians were expected to control the proceedings and they exactly did that from the word go. Also Read – Mary Kom enters quarterfinals, Saweety Boora bows out of World C’shipsIndia secured their first penalty corner as early as in the second minute and Varun made no mistake in converting the opportunity into goal. In the 11th minute, India got another penalty corner and this time Harmanpreet slammed home to make the scoreline 2-0 in favour of the hosts. Seconds before the end of the first quarter, South Africa got a rare opportunity but Nqobile Ntuli’s reverse hit was kept away by Krishan Bahadur Pathak in front of the Indian goal. Five minutes from half time, India were awarded a penalty stroke when Birendra Lakra was stick-checked inside South Africa’s ‘D’ by Jethro Eustice and Harmanpreet made no mistake to make the scoreline 3-0. The flow of the match continued in the same vein after the change of ends with India dominating the proceedings. Five minutes into the third quarter, India extended their lead when Vivek Sagar Prasad scored from close range after being set up by Simranjeet Singh. India secured their third penalty corner in the 41st minute but this time Amit Rohidas’ try was saved by the South African goalkeeper. India kept up the pressure and earned their fourth penalty corner in the 49th minute and Varun scored from a variation to make the scoreline 5-0 in the home team’s favour. South Africa finally had something to cheer about when they secured back-to-back penalty corners in the 53rd minute and from the second chance, Pautz deflected in Eustice’s flick to reduce the margin to 5-1. Four minutes from the final hooter, India secured two more penalty corners but failed to utilise the opportunities. South Africa too got a last chance to pull another goal back in the form of their third penalty corner but to no effect.
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