History of Ardenton
Founder, James Livingstone, starts developing our business structure and partnering model.
James and a business partner acquire Interpro Technical Services Ltd.
Partnered with GO Plumbing and HVAC Services Ltd.
Partnered with The Pipe Yard Ltd.
Partnered with TVE Industrial Services Ltd.
Partnered with Northwest Plastics Ltd.
Opened office in Edmonton, Alberta.
Opened office in Toronto, Ontario.
Opened office in Guelph, Ontario.
Partnered with Stevenson Industrial Refrigeration Ltd.
Regimen Capital Partners Inc. is re-branded as Ardenton Capital Corporation.
Assets Under Management exceeds $50 million Canadian dollars.
Partnered with Combat Networks Inc. and OES Inc.
Opened office in Manchester, United Kingdom marking the beginning of Ardenton's international expansion.
Ardenton's team increases to 20 investment professionals.
Ardenton team increases to 30 investment professionals.
Partnered with Leone Group of Companies.
Opened office in Dallas, Texas - Ardenton's first office in the United States.
Ardenton moves to new Vancouver head office at 1021 West Hastings Street.
Partnered with W. Corbett & Co. (Galvanizing) Ltd., Ardenton's first investment outside of Canada.
Opened office in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Opened office in Chicago, Illinois.
Ardenton team increases to 40 investment professionals. Assets Under Management exceeds $100 million Canadian dollars.
Opened office in London, United Kingdom.
Partnered with Comtrad Strategic Sourcing Ltd.
Ardenton team increases to 50 investment professionals.
Partnered with Achieve One, LLC.
Ardenton makes its 100th consecutive monthly payment to holders of its Preferred Shares and Preferred Securities.
Partnered with PP Control & Automation Limited.