Canada Pension Plan Investment Board shuffles its management team following the recent promotion of Mark Machin to global president and chief executive.
The Canada pension plan’s international head, Mark Machin, praises the city’s rule of law, regulation and accessibility to talent, and adds areas he would like to see improved.
The C$183 billion Canada Pension Plan Investment Board says its C$22 billion invested in Asia could rise as high as C$150 billion over time.
Mark Machin, president of Asia, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board receives the biggest of eight QFII quotas, while six RQFII players are singled out, including three new entrants.
CPPIB has hired Nina Tao to run a private debt desk out of Hong Kong. It has also set up a private investment in public equities business, and is seeking hires as it expands.