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CGI Inc.: Investor Day Outlines The Path To A Narrowing Valuation Gap

Jan. 05, 2022 11:47 PM ETCGI Inc. (GIB), GIB.A:CA1 Comment


  • CGI Inc. outlines its latest three-year plan at its investor day.
  • Digital remains the key growth driver, while IP development plans and M&A could also drive incremental upside ahead.
  • With CGI trading well below closest peer Accenture, shares continue to offer plenty of upside potential.
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Following an upbeat investor day presentation, CGI Inc. (NYSE:GIB) appears set for a return back to its pre-COVID-19 growth trajectory (both organic and inorganic), with recent fiscal 2021 results also supporting the case for further outperformance post-pandemic. Yet, CGI’s operating prowess and

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Comments (1)

teemacsj profile picture
Thanks for highlighting in this article. I was just reviewing this last week. As much as I like ACN and own the shares, most would not realize that CGI has had better free cash flow per share growth over time and has done a better job at opportunistically buying in stock using FCF as opposed to ACN paying a regular, growing div and buying shares every year seemingly regardless of value. Either way, both firms will see their services in demand for years.
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