Dundee Corporation

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Dundee Corporation
Traded asTSXDC.A
FounderNed Goodman

Dundee Corporation is a holding company based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada with wealth management, real estate and resources holdings.

Dundee Corporation was founded by Canadian entrepreneur made billionaire, Ned Goodman. It has been acknowledged in company literature to have been named after the city of Dundee, in Scotland (Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Dèagh), which means "Fort on the River Tay" in Scottish Gaelic (the Tay being the longest river in Scotland). While company literature explains the origin of the company name; it is unclear why the company was named after the city of Dundee. Ned Goodman and his family are known widely as a prominent Canadian business family.

The company's real estate investment trust, Dundee REIT is known for jointly acquiring Scotia Plaza from Scotiabank in May 2012 with H&R REIT.[1] In September 2017, Dundee corporation ,unite acquired 7.5 million units of Reunion Gold Corporation.[2]


Dundee Corporation operates in three major business segments:[3]


  1. ^ The Canadian Press (22 May 2012). "Scotiabank sells downtown Toronto HQ for $1.27B". CBC News. Retrieved 24 May 2012.
  2. ^ "BRIEF-Dundee Corp, unit acquires 7.5 mln units of Reunion Gold Corp". Reuters. 11 September 2017. Retrieved 2017-10-10.
  3. ^ Dundee Corporation 2010 Q3 Report
  4. ^ "Dundee Corporation Acquires Further Interest in Diagnos Inc". MarketWatch. Retrieved 2017-10-10.

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