The Canadian pension fund plans to increase its allocation to the region from 10% to 15% over the coming four years, even as its total assets under management rise.
The Canadian pension fund aims to more than double its regional infrastructure investments by 2026, particularly in renewables, data centres, fibre networks and satellites.
The Canadian pension fund is transferring a senior portfolio manager from Singapore with a view to expanding and internationalising its capital markets team further.
CPPIB, Omers and OTPP are busy hiring in the region for investment talent in credit, real assets and particularly equities. Omers is also planning to add office space in Singapore.
Like certain other Canadian funds, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan is accelerating its regional buildout. It is focusing on adding talent in equities and real assets in Singapore.
Oxford Properties plans to move its Asia Pacific head to Singapore to spearhead a push to diversify and ramp up its regional exposure to as much as a quarter of its global assets.
The C$205 billion Canadian pension fund is putting expertise in place to focus on various new areas in Asia.
The $83 billion Canadian pension fund’s global head of infrastructure says it is looking at investing in new markets in the region, beyond Australia and India.
Having secured a dealing licence in Hong Kong last year, Canada's biggest pension fund is considering locating traders in Asia. It has also added an equity investment head in India.
The $72 billion pension fund has made its first infrastructure investment in India as it builds its emerging markets exposure, reflecting similar demand among other international institutions.
The Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan aims to add illiquid assets in Asia. CIO Jeff Wendling explains how – and why the fund likes to work with local GPs in the region.
The Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan will deploy more money in Asia, chiefly via passive and private equity strategies, said Jeff Wendling, CIO of the C$78 billion fund.