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A financial cooperative with deep roots in the community, Caisse Desjardins de Sillery—Saint-Louis-de-France has 19,889 members. Each Caisse member is also a co-owner of the Caisse. Find out more about caisse operations.
The Caisse Desjardins de Sillery-Saint-Louis-de-France is a financial services cooperative and a member of Desjardins Group. Its priority is to offer financial services adapted to all the needs of individuals, business and corporate entities.
Through its actions, the Caisse contributes to the economic and social development of the community, demonstrating the strength of cooperative values.
Today's Caisse Desjardins de Sillery—Saint-Louis-de-France is the result of the merger of the Saint-Yves (Québec) and Sillery in 1998 and the caisse Saint-Louis-de-France (Sainte-Foy), in 2006.
The Caisse populaire de Sillery was founded in 1943 by Robert Bellefeuille, the Caisse populaire de St-Yves was founded in 1956 by Louis Fortin, and the Caisse populaire de Saint-Louis-de-France was founded in 1960 by Bernard Gagné.
1943: The Caisse populaire Desjardins de Sillery is founded by Robert Bellefeuille. Until 1952, it is located in the old Sillery City Hall.
1954: A new building is inaugurated at 1394 Maguire.
1956: The Caisse populaire de Saint-Yves (Québec) is founded by Louis Fortin.
1960: The Caisse populaire Desjardins de Saint-Louis-de-France (Sainte-Foy) was founded.
1979: The first expansion is made to the Caisse de Sillery building.
1991: Second building expansion.
1994: The Caisse populaire Desjardins de Sillery reaches assets of $100 M.
1998: The Caisse populaire de Saint-Yves and the Caisse populaire Desjardins de Sillery merge.
1999: The new Caisse de Sillery comes in first among all Desjardins caisses in a provincial performance contest.
2000: The Caisse comes in first in the contest once more.
2002: Establishment of the community development help fund. Seven structuring projects are supported, and this to the satisfaction of the community.
2003: Member dividends of one million dollars are paid out.
2003: The Caisse de Sillery exceeds $200 million in assets.
2004: One million dollars is paid out in member dividends once again. The help fund now supports ten structuring projects.
2005: The Caisse Desjardins de Sillery and the Caisse populaire Desjardins de Saint-Louis-de-France (Sainte-Foy) merge.
2006: $2 million is paid out in member dividends. The help fund supports 12 structuring projects, thus returning $85,550 to the community.
2007: The Caisse Desjardins de Sillery-Saint-Louis-de-France exceeds $400 million in assets.
2010: The Caisse Desjardins de Sillery-Saint-Louis-de-France exceeds $500 milllion in assets.Il était une fois... La Caisse Populaire de Saint-Yves, Québec, 1re partie (in French only, PDF format, 5 MB)
Through the Annual General Meeting, your caisse calls on you. It gives you the opportunity to participate in a variety of consultations such as how surplus earnings should be allocated. It also gives you the opportunity to exercise your right to vote to adopt or amend caisse by-laws and elect the officers who sit on the Board of Directors and Board of Supervision.
The last Annual General Meeting of the Caisse Desjardins de Sillery—Saint-Louis-de-France was held on April 11, 2017, and was attended by 150 people. The Caisse's balance sheet and financial results were presented to members. The Board of Directors and Board of Supervision both reported to the annual meeting.
Elections were also held at this meeting.
For details, see caisse financial results.
During the last Annual General Meeting held on April 11, 2017, members elected or re-elected 6 officers to represent them. They are:
The information provided here is for demonstration purposes only, and is not a substitute for a professional advice.
Before making investment decisions, you are advice to speak with your caisse advisor ou your account manager at a Desjardins Business centre.
The information contained in this section should in no way be considered an advice or a recommendation by Desjardins Securities Inc.or Disnat.