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Canada's public pension funds are piling on leverage — and risk, warns Moody’s

Canada’s public pension funds, among the biggest in the world, are piling on risk with leveraged bets in a chase for higher returns, Moody’s Investors Service warns. 477 more words


How Ontario Teachers became the country's largest childcare provider

It’s been quite the journey for one of Canada’s top five pension funds to become what is understood to be the country’s largest childcare provider. 565 more words

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Junior oil and gas companies not expected to recover any time soon

Canada’s publicly traded junior oil and gas sector has shrunk to a shadow of its former self and isn’t seen recovering any time soon, hit by the combination of soft energy prices, disinterested investors and higher-cost projects that favour large companies. 618 more words


Five things you should know before you start your work day on May 10

Good morning. Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Another institutional investor refuses to support Bombardier’s Beaudoin, an “independent third-party” is interested in buying $1.5 billion in mortgages from Home Capital, and Canadian companies are under cyberattack — which is good news for the head of a major U.S. 780 more words


Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan withholds support for re-election of Bombardier's executive chairman

The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Fund has withheld support for the re-election of Bombardier Inc. executive chairman Pierre Beaudoin, joining a growing list of institutional investors calling for the company to install fully independent board leadership. 551 more words


Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan joins $2.2 billion bid for Australian newspapers, real estate portal

The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan has joined a consortium led by U.S. private equity firm TPG Capital in a A$2.2 billion ($2.23 billion) bid for the real estate advertising business and prestige broadsheet newspapers of Australian publishing giant Fairfax Media Ltd. 552 more words


All of Snapdeal's insiders will lose if it's sold for less than $1.7 billion, but who'll lose the most?

What happens when a startup sells for less than the total funds it raised? Who loses in the end? Is the answer (a) the employees who own stock options in the company, (b) the founders, or (c) the investors? 630 more words