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The UK-based pension, which made its first infra equity commitment last month, is specifically looking to invest in open-ended funds.
Philippe Busslinger, the Canadian pension’s head of infrastructure in Europe, explains what was behind its 8.6% return last year and how it plans to battle increased competition.
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The proposed assessment for superannuation funds has drawn criticism over its use of listed indices to benchmark the performance of unlisted assets and its unusual eight-year timeframe.
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Annesley Wallace will replace Berg as head of the C$109bn Canadian pension’s infrastructure group.
The new platform will be led by former GE Capital MD Bob Psaradellis, while ex-Green Investment Bank CEO Shaun Kingsbury joins as chairman.
Emerging and diverse managers received less than 3% of capital commitments closed in H1, raising fears they are being left behind as the pandemic changes fundraising.
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The Canadian pension has shown resilience during the pandemic, despite recording a 1% loss in the first half of the year, infrastructure chief Emmanuel Jaclot tells us.
The Canadian pension was one of the earlier investors in infrastructure. Managing director Neil King tells us how it has maintained its position at the top of our annual ranking.
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