January 20, 2017 12:23 AM ET

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Company Overview of Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

Company Overview

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is a state owned pension fund sponsor. The firm invests in the public equity, fixed income, and alternative markets across the globe. It employs quantitative and fundamental analysis to create its portfolio. The firm also invests in private equity, real estate and infrastructure projects, and energy and natural resources. Under natural resource investments the firm focuses on oil and gas, mining and agricultural lands making investments in Canada as well as outside. It makes equity investments between $200 million and $1000 million and is flexible with respect to ownership interest. Within infrastructure investments the firm focuses upon global, private a...

One Queen Street East

Suite 2500

Toronto, ON M5C 2W5


Founded in 1997





Key Executives for Canada Pension Plan Investment Board

President and Chief Executive Officer
Senior Managing Director and Chief Financial Officer
Age: 57
Senior Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer
Senior Managing Director, Chief Investment Strategist, and Chairman of Investment Planning Committee
Age: 54
Managing Director and Head of Information Technology
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Key Developments

Canada Pension Plan Seeks To Acquire A Stake In Globallogic

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board to acquire an approximately 48% stake in GlobalLogic Inc. from Apax Funds Nominees Limited.

KKR And CPPIB In Talks To Acquire 51% Stake In Bharti Infratel

KKR & Co. L.P. (NYSE:KKR) and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board are reportedly in talks to acquire 51% stake in Bharti Infratel Limited (NSEI:INFRATEL) for approximately INR 700 billion. KKR along with CPPIB are likely to submit a formal bid to buy Bharti Infratel next week. The two companies are the only bidders after Brookfield’s exclusivity ended. KKR and CPPIB will start due diligence process once the bid is accepted by Bharti.

KKR And CPPIB Top Contenders For Bharti Infratel

KKR & Co. L.P. (NYSE:KKR) and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board are reportedly in talks to acquire Bharti Infratel Limited (NSEI:INFRATEL) after talks with Brookfield Asset Management Inc. (TSX:BAM.A) ended inconclusively on December 2, 2016.

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