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The C$159 billion fund has set up an office in Hong Kong and hired a senior private equity specialist there, joining several of its peers in moving to build exposure to the region.
The C$192 billion Canadian pension plan takes a hands-on approach with a relatively small number of general partners in the region, as two of its senior executives explain.
The Canadian pension fund is likely to locate its next Asian branch in the south of the region alongside plans to put its first real asset capabilities on the ground.
A former senior Cambridge Associates executive joined the Hong Kong institution’s portfolio management team last week.