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Brookfield Asset Management

Brookfield Asset Management Inc. is one of the world’s largest alternative asset management company with US$626bn of AUM. It focuses on direct investments in real estate, renewable power, infrastructure, credit and private equity. The Company invests in distressed securities through Oaktree Capital, which it bought in 2019. The firm also launched a reinsurance business in 2020. Brookfield’s headquarters is located in Toronto, and it also has corporate offices in New York City, London, São Paulo, Mumbai, Shanghai, Dubai, and Sydney.

Brookfield Asset Management Inc.
TypePublic
TSX: BAM.A
NYSE: BAM
Euronext: BAMA
S&P/TSX 60 component
IndustryFinancial services
Founded1899; 122 years ago (1899)
FounderWilliam Mackenzie
Frederick Stark Pearson
HeadquartersBrookfield Place,
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Frank McKenna (Chairman)
Bruce Flatt (CEO)
ServicesPrivate Equity
Revenue US$63 billion (2020)
US$707 million (2020)
AUM US$626 billion (Q2 2021)
Total assets US$344 billion (2020)
Total equity US$122 billion (2020)
Number of employees
150,000 operating employees
1,000 investment professionals
Subsidiaries
Websitewww.brookfield.com

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The company was founded in 1899, as the São Paulo Tramway, Light and Power Company by William Mackenzie and Frederick Stark Pearson. Operating as in construction and management of electricity and transport infrastructure in Brazil.

In 1904, the Rio de Janeiro Tramway, Light and Power Company was founded by Mackenzie's group.

In 1912, Brazilian Traction, Light and Power Company was incorporated in Toronto as a public company to develop hydro-electric power operations and other utility services in Brazil, becoming a holding company for São Paulo Tramway Co. and Rio de Janeiro Tramway Co.

In 1916, Great Lakes Power Company was incorporated to provide hydro-electric power in Sault Ste. Marie and the Algoma District in Ontario.

In 1966, Brazilian Traction, Light and Power Company changed its name to Brazilian Light and Power Company, and again in 1969, changed its name to Brascan Limited. Brascan is a portmanteau of "Brasil" and "Canada".[citation needed]

In 1979, the company's Brazilian assets were transferred to Brazilian ownership (Eletropaulo and Light S.A.), the company meanwhile having diversified to other areas. The company provided electricity and tram services in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, and the Brazilian side after a later restructuring still operates as Light S.A., short for Brazilian Traction, Light and Power Co. Ltd.

In 2005, after 37 years, Brascan Corp. was renamed to Brookfield Asset Management Inc.

By 2018, Brookfield's major public subsidiaries included Brookfield Infrastructure Partners, Brookfield Renewable Partners, Brookfield Property Partners, and Brookfield Business Partners. In August 2018, Brookfield purchased Westinghouse Electric Company, a manufacturer of large nuclear reactors, out of bankruptcy for $4.6 billion.

On March 13, 2019, Brookfield Asset Management announced that it had agreed to buy most of Oaktree Capital Management for about $4.7 billion, creating one of the world's largest alternative money managers. On 31 July 2019 the sale of Vodafone New Zealand Limited to a consortium comprising Infratil Limited and Brookfield Asset Management Inc. was settled.

In 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Brookfield's CEO, Bruce Flatt, assessed that the economic fallout was "much more manageable" than previous meltdowns.

In October 2020, Mark Carney departing Governor of the Bank of England, became a vice-chair of Brookfield, leading the firm's environmental, social and governance (ESG) and impact fund investment strategy.

In November 2008, in a process supervised by the Alberta courts, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) was appointed receiver of a separate public company, Birch Mountain Resources, after Birch Mountain had defaulted on its debts. Birch Mountain's assets of $50 million were transferred to Tricap Partners Ltd, which operates under the Hammerstone Corporation, a subsidiary of Brookfield Special Situations Group. In September 2010, a group called Birch Mountain Shareholders for Justice filed a lawsuit with the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario, Canada, against Brookfield Asset Management challenging this acquisition and transfer of assets. After five years of litigation the case was dismissed. In May 2015, the plaintiffs filed a notice of appeal which was also dismissed.

In 2009, Brookfield sued financial and insurance giant American International Group (AIG) in a Manhattan federal court, alleging that AIG's collapse caused default provisions in interest-rate swaps. The suit stemmed from AIG's acceptance of a $182.3-billion bailout package from the federal government. The lawsuit backfired and the litigation ended with Brookfield agreeing to pay $905 million to settle the lawsuit.

In 2013, a Brazilian prosecutor filed charges against the company's local division, alleging the company paid bribes to local officials, which is also a violation of U.S. federal criminal law. The bribes were allegedly used to pave the way for Brookfield to build a shopping center in São Paulo. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission also opened a formal investigation into the company about the bribery charges. The company denied the charges. The U.S. Department of Justice also opened a criminal investigation into the company regarding these allegations, and did not end up making any arrests. According to the Stanford Law School Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Clearinghouse, which studied the case, the investigation and filing of charges was initiated by a whistleblower and anonymous tip. The company disclosed the investigations on several 6-K forms between 2013 and 2015.

In August 2018, Brookfield signed a 99-year lease on Jared Kushner's financially troubled 666 Fifth Avenue skyscraper. The deal raised suspicions that the Qatar Investment Authority, a major investor in Brookfield, was attempting to influence the Trump administration.

In November 2020, it was revealed that Brookfield might be partnering with telecommunications giant Rogers Communications to introduce condominiums to the site of the Rogers Centre, halving the space available for sport. The original multi-purpose stadium and its land cost $570 million, significantly funded by taxpayers, yet was sold 15 years later to Rogers for just $25 million.

In February 2021, Mark Carney, Vice Chairman and Head of Impact Investing and ex Governor of the Bank of England, had to retract an earlier claim that the $600bn Brookfield Asset Management portfolio was carbon neutral. He based his claim on the fact that Brookfield has a large renewable energy portfolio and "all the avoided emissions that come with that”. The claim was criticized as accounting tricks as avoided emissions do not counteract the emissions from investments in coal and other fossil fuels responsible for a carbon footprint of about 5,200 metric tons of carbon dioxide.

This section relies largely or entirely upon a single source. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources.(January 2019) ()

For the fiscal year 2018, Brookfield Asset Management reported earnings of US$3.584 billion, with an annual revenue of US$56.771 billion, an increase of 39.2% over the previous fiscal cycle. Brookfield Asset Management's shares traded at over $38 per share, and its market capitalization was valued at over US$40.8 billion in November 2018.

Year Revenue
in mil. USD$
Net income
in mil. USD$
Total Assets
in mil. USD$
Price per Share
in USD$
2005 5,256 1,662 26,058 7.61
2006 6,897 1,170 40,708 12.17
2007 9,343 787 55,597 16.74
2008 12,868 649 53,611 13.22
2009 12,082 454 61,902 9.33
2010 13,623 3,195 78,131 13.76
2011 15,921 3,674 91,030 16.72
2012 18,697 2,747 108,644 18.69
2013 20,830 3,844 112,745 22.42
2014 18,364 2,956 129,480 27.22
2015 19,913 2,207 139,514 32.47
2016 24,411 1,518 159,826 32.10
2017 40,786 1,317 192,720 38.17
2018 56,771 3,584 256,281
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Brookfield Asset Management
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Brookfield Asset Management Language Watch Edit Brookfield Asset Management Inc is one of the world s largest alternative asset management company with US 626bn of AUM It focuses on direct investments in real estate renewable power infrastructure credit and private equity 9 The Company invests in distressed securities through Oaktree Capital which it bought in 2019 The firm also launched a reinsurance business in 2020 Brookfield s headquarters is located in Toronto and it also has corporate offices in New York City London Sao Paulo Mumbai Shanghai Dubai and Sydney 10 11 Brookfield Asset Management Inc TypePublicTraded asTSX BAM A NYSE BAM Euronext BAMA S amp P TSX 60 componentIndustryFinancial servicesFounded1899 122 years ago 1899 FounderWilliam Mackenzie Frederick Stark PearsonHeadquartersBrookfield Place Toronto Ontario CanadaArea servedWorldwideKey peopleFrank McKenna Chairman Bruce Flatt CEO ServicesPrivate EquityRevenueUS 63 billion 2020 1 Net incomeUS 707 million 2020 2 AUMUS 626 billion Q2 2021 3 4 Total assetsUS 344 billion 2020 5 Total equityUS 122 billion 2020 6 Number of employees150 000 operating employees 1 000 investment professionals 7 SubsidiariesBrookfield Business Partners Brookfield Infrastructure Partners Brookfield Property Partners Brookfield Renewable Partners Brookfield Reinsurance Partners Brookfield Residential 8 Oaktree Capital ManagementWebsitewww wbr brookfield wbr com Contents 1 History 2 Lawsuits and controversy 3 Finances 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory EditSee also Edper Investments The company was founded in 1899 as the Sao Paulo Tramway Light and Power Company by William Mackenzie and Frederick Stark Pearson Operating as in construction and management of electricity and transport infrastructure in Brazil In 1904 the Rio de Janeiro Tramway Light and Power Company was founded by Mackenzie s group 12 In 1912 Brazilian Traction Light and Power Company was incorporated in Toronto as a public company to develop hydro electric power operations and other utility services in Brazil becoming a holding company for Sao Paulo Tramway Co and Rio de Janeiro Tramway Co 13 In 1916 Great Lakes Power Company was incorporated to provide hydro electric power in Sault Ste Marie and the Algoma District in Ontario 14 In 1966 Brazilian Traction Light and Power Company changed its name to Brazilian Light and Power Company and again in 1969 changed its name to Brascan Limited 13 Brascan is a portmanteau of Brasil and Canada citation needed In 1979 the company s Brazilian assets were transferred to Brazilian ownership Eletropaulo and Light S A the company meanwhile having diversified to other areas 13 The company provided electricity and tram services in Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro and the Brazilian side after a later restructuring still operates as Light S A short for Brazilian Traction Light and Power Co Ltd 15 In 2005 after 37 years Brascan Corp was renamed to Brookfield Asset Management Inc 16 By 2018 Brookfield s major public subsidiaries included Brookfield Infrastructure Partners Brookfield Renewable Partners Brookfield Property Partners and Brookfield Business Partners 17 In August 2018 Brookfield purchased Westinghouse Electric Company a manufacturer of large nuclear reactors out of bankruptcy for 4 6 billion 18 On March 13 2019 Brookfield Asset Management announced that it had agreed to buy most of Oaktree Capital Management for about 4 7 billion creating one of the world s largest alternative money managers 19 On 31 July 2019 the sale of Vodafone New Zealand Limited to a consortium comprising Infratil Limited and Brookfield Asset Management Inc was settled 20 In 2020 in response to the COVID 19 pandemic Brookfield s CEO Bruce Flatt assessed that the economic fallout was much more manageable than previous meltdowns 21 In October 2020 Mark Carney departing Governor of the Bank of England became a vice chair of Brookfield leading the firm s environmental social and governance ESG and impact fund investment strategy 22 23 Lawsuits and controversy EditIn November 2008 in a process supervised by the Alberta courts PricewaterhouseCoopers PwC was appointed receiver of a separate public company Birch Mountain Resources after Birch Mountain had defaulted on its debts Birch Mountain s assets of 50 million were transferred to Tricap Partners Ltd which operates under the Hammerstone Corporation a subsidiary of Brookfield Special Situations Group 24 In September 2010 a group called Birch Mountain Shareholders for Justice filed a lawsuit with the Superior Court of Justice in Ontario Canada against Brookfield Asset Management challenging this acquisition and transfer of assets 25 After five years of litigation the case was dismissed 26 In May 2015 the plaintiffs filed a notice of appeal 27 which was also dismissed 28 In 2009 Brookfield sued financial and insurance giant American International Group AIG in a Manhattan federal court alleging that AIG s collapse caused default provisions in interest rate swaps The suit stemmed from AIG s acceptance of a 182 3 billion bailout package from the federal government The lawsuit backfired and the litigation ended with Brookfield agreeing to pay 905 million to settle the lawsuit 29 In 2013 a Brazilian prosecutor filed charges against the company s local division alleging the company paid bribes to local officials which is also a violation of U S federal criminal law The bribes were allegedly used to pave the way for Brookfield to build a shopping center in Sao Paulo The U S Securities and Exchange Commission also opened a formal investigation into the company about the bribery charges The company denied the charges The U S Department of Justice also opened a criminal investigation into the company regarding these allegations and did not end up making any arrests 30 31 According to the Stanford Law School Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Clearinghouse which studied the case the investigation and filing of charges was initiated by a whistleblower and anonymous tip The company disclosed the investigations on several 6 K forms between 2013 and 2015 32 In August 2018 Brookfield signed a 99 year lease on Jared Kushner s financially troubled 666 Fifth Avenue skyscraper The deal raised suspicions that the Qatar Investment Authority a major investor in Brookfield was attempting to influence the Trump administration 33 34 In November 2020 it was revealed that Brookfield might be partnering with telecommunications giant Rogers Communications to introduce condominiums to the site of the Rogers Centre halving the space available for sport The original multi purpose stadium and its land cost 570 million significantly funded by taxpayers yet was sold 15 years later to Rogers for just 25 million 35 In February 2021 Mark Carney Vice Chairman and Head of Impact Investing and ex Governor of the Bank of England had to retract an earlier claim that the 600bn Brookfield Asset Management portfolio was carbon neutral He based his claim on the fact that Brookfield has a large renewable energy portfolio and all the avoided emissions that come with that The claim was criticized as accounting tricks as avoided emissions do not counteract the emissions from investments in coal and other fossil fuels responsible for a carbon footprint of about 5 200 metric tons of carbon dioxide 36 37 Finances EditThis section relies largely or entirely upon a single source Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page Please help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources January 2019 Learn how and when to remove this template message For the fiscal year 2018 Brookfield Asset Management reported earnings of US 3 584 billion with an annual revenue of US 56 771 billion an increase of 39 2 over the previous fiscal cycle Brookfield Asset Management s shares traded at over 38 per share and its market capitalization was valued at over US 40 8 billion in November 2018 38 Year Revenue in mil USD Net income in mil USD Total Assets in mil USD Price per Share in USD 2005 5 256 1 662 26 058 7 612006 6 897 1 170 40 708 12 172007 9 343 787 55 597 16 742008 12 868 649 53 611 13 222009 12 082 454 61 902 9 332010 13 623 3 195 78 131 13 762011 15 921 3 674 91 030 16 722012 18 697 2 747 108 644 18 692013 20 830 3 844 112 745 22 422014 18 364 2 956 129 480 27 222015 19 913 2 207 139 514 32 472016 24 411 1 518 159 826 32 102017 40 786 1 317 192 720 38 172018 39 56 771 3 584 256 281See also EditEdper Investments the Bronfman holding company that controlled Brascan from 1979 to 1993 List of real estate companies of CanadaReferences Edit https bam brookfield com media Files B BrookField BAM IR V2 quarterly reports 2020 Annual BAM annual report 2020 v4 pdf https bam brookfield com media Files B BrookField BAM IR V2 quarterly reports 2020 Annual BAM annual report 2020 v4 pdf Quarterly Reports Brookfield Asset Management PDF bam brookfield com Bruce Flatt 14 November 2019 Letter to Shareholders PDF Brookfield Asset Management p 2 Retrieved 9 December 2019 https bam brookfield com media Files B BrookField BAM IR V2 quarterly reports 2020 Annual BAM annual report 2020 v4 pdf https bam brookfield com media Files B BrookField BAM IR V2 quarterly reports 2020 Annual BAM annual report 2020 v4 pdf https bam brookfield com media Files B BrookField BAM IR V2 quarterly reports 2020 Annual BAM annual report 2020 v4 pdf Schedule 13D A U S Securities and Exchange Commission Retrieved December 2 2013 Bloomberg Markets Bloomberg com Retrieved 2017 05 01 Global Presence www brookfieldproperties com Archived from the original on December 7 2017 Retrieved 2017 05 03 Kiesche SA Editor Liz 2018 09 26 Brookfield Asset Management sees excess cash 60B over 10 years Seeking Alpha Retrieved 2018 10 01 Regehr Theodore Mackenzie Sir William Dictionary of Canadian Biography Retrieved 8 December 2013 a b c Brascan Corporation History International Directory of Company Histories Retrieved 8 December 2013 Industries Business History of Utilities Business History Retrieved 8 December 2013 Brazilian Traction Light and Power Company Ltd Bloomberg L P Archived from the original on December 5 2013 Retrieved 4 December 2013 Won Shirley 2005 09 16 What s in a name Plenty if it s Brascan Globe and Mail Archived from the original on 2016 04 22 Retrieved 2020 04 16 Brewer Reuben Gregg 16 September 2018 Better Buy Brookfield Infrastructure Partners L P vs Brookfield Asset Management Inc The Motley Fool Retrieved 1 October 2018 Deveau Scott 27 March 2019 Brookfield Shuns Eat What You Kill in Private Equity Build Out Bloomberg Archived from the original on 29 March 2019 Brookfield to Acquire 62 of Oaktree Capital Management NASDAQ com Retrieved 2019 03 14 https www bellgully com about us firm news vodafone group plc settles vodafone new zealand sale to consortium Brookfield CEO sees coronavirus market meltdown as manageable Financial Post 2020 03 23 Retrieved 2020 05 12 Mark Carney ex head of Bank of Canada and Bank of England joins Brookfield Asset Management CBC News Former central banker Mark Carney joins Brookfield to lead environmental socially driven investing Retrieved 2021 01 20 Birch Mountain names receiver Archived 11 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine Calgary Herald Canada 7 November 2008 Retrieved 22 July 2012 Gray Jeff Squeezed out Birch Mountain shareholders take on Brookfield The Globe and Mail Canada 15 November 2011 Retrieved 22 July 2012 McDonald v Brookfield Asset Management Inc Archived 23 September 2015 at the Wayback Machine 2015 ABQB 281 In the Court of Appeal of Alberta Citation McDonald v Brookfield Asset Management Inc 2016 ABCA 375 PDF 5 December 2016 Retrieved 1 June 2017 Case Developments PDF Brookfield Class Action Website Retrieved 1 June 2015 AIG Brookfield End Litigation Over Financial Crisis Insurance Journal 2013 09 24 Retrieved 2020 05 28 Trevisani Craig Karmin And Paulo 2013 03 08 Brookfield Brazil Unit Draws SEC Scrutiny Wall Street Journal ISSN 0099 9660 Retrieved 2020 05 12 Brookfield s Brazil mall operator charged with bribery Reuters 2013 02 05 Retrieved 2020 05 12 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Investigations Dataset fcpa stanford edu Retrieved 2020 05 12 Levin Bess 12 February 2019 Qatar Shocked Shocked to Learn It Accidentally Bailed out Jared Kushner Vanity Fair Retrieved 21 January 2020 Brookfield inside the 500bn secretive investment firm Financial Times Retrieved 2020 05 12 Willis Andrew 27 November 2020 Rogers seeks to build new ballpark for the Toronto Blue Jays The Globe and Mail p A1 Mark Carney Walks Back Brookfield Net Zero Claim After Criticism Bloomberg com 25 February 2021 Retrieved 2021 03 04 Simon Lewis 3 March 2021 The climate crisis can t be solved by carbon accounting tricks the Guardian Retrieved 2021 03 04 Reports amp Filings bam brookfield com Retrieved 2018 11 07 Brookfield Asset Management Fortune Retrieved 2019 08 02 External links EditWikimedia Commons has media related to Brookfield Asset Management 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