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Executive Summary
Corporation Number
Business Id. Number
Corporate Name History

2007-08-18 to present

HD Faculty (I)
Operating name(s)
Since 2007
HD Faculty™
Date incorporated
Certificate of Incorporation
Governing Legislation
Canadian Business Corporation Act (CBCA)
Directors required
Senior Officers
Executive Officers
Mailing address
20 Bay Street, 11th Floor, Toronto,
Ontario, M5J 2N8, Canada
Contact Information

Telephone: +1.416.260-8999
Facsimile: +1.416.323.9633

Company Email: hdfi@hdfaculty.com
Web site: https://.hdfaculty.com
imailex: HDFaculty
Business activities

HD Faculty is a Canadian full service management and consulting firm ("HD-FIRM") that specializes in creating resource management solutions for its clientele and/or their respective client's capital project that requires: (a) research, development and deployment; (b) financial and technical services, and/or (c) procurement of technologies.

The structure
HD Faculty is structured as a corporate complex that consists of a series of specialized faculties that are mandated to study, manage, administer, resolve, transform and bring to fruition their clients' projects and/or programs in a timely, prudent and transparent manner.
Anniversary Date
August 18
Annual Filing Period
August18 to August-17
Type of Corporation
As at May 18, 2013, HD Faculty is a "Non-distributing corporation with fewer than 50 shareholders
Type of ownership

HD Faculty is deemed a 100% Canadian privately controlled corporation.

Core values.

HD Faculty's core value is to do that which it is in business to do, through the seeking of honour over wealth that leads to prosperity and honour!

Substantial holdings
Division / related (current /impending)
  • HD Faculty - Management Faculty
  • HD Faculty - Technologies unit
Growth Strategy
In accordance with the provisions of its charter, and with the aim of fulfilling the stated requirements thereof, HD Faculty™ has adopted a growth strategy that requires it to establish and maintain liquidity and reserve facilities for its (a) investment management, (b) asset growth, (c) income normalization, and (d) expenditures needs and requirements in respect to its operation as well as its mergers and acquisitions activities.


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