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Banco Santander SA, Canadian pension funds start US$2-billion low-carbon investment company

Banco Santander SA, Spain’s largest bank, started a low-carbon and water investment company backed by $2 billion in assets with two Canadian pension funds.

Cubico Sustainable Investments, based in London, will be held equally by Santander, the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and the Public Sector Pension Investment Board, the investment company said Thursday. 176 more words

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Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan said to seek sale or IPO of $2-billion company Alliance Laundry

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan is exploring a sale or initial public offering of Alliance Laundry, a commercial laundry-equipment maker, people with knowledge of the matter said. 178 more words

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Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan reports surplus, but warns of headwinds from oil slump, market turmoil

The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan rang up a surplus for the second year in a row in 2014.

However, demographics and geopolitical uncertainty continue to challenge Canada’s largest single profession pension plan. 373 more words

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Neil Petroff retiring as chief investment officer of Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan

Another senior pension executive is moving on.

Neil Petroff, the chief investment officer of the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, is retiring June 1.

“Neil’s contribution to teachers’ success cannot be overstated,” said Ron Mock, chief executive of the pension manager. 140 more words

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Ontario Teachers buys PODS from Arcapita for $1 billion

The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan bought PODS Inc, a portable moving and storage company, from Bahrain-based Arcapita Bank BSC for more than US$1 billion.

The Canadian fund’s long-term equities group, with US$140.8 billion in assets, led the acquisition of Clearwater, Florida-based PODS, according to an Arcapita statement Tuesday. 232 more words

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Japanese fashion chain Uniqlo to open in Canada

TORONTO — Japanese clothing retailer Uniqlo will open its first two Canadian stores in Toronto next year.

Uniqlo is owned by Fast Retailing Co., which designs, manufactures and sells clothing under several brands around the world. 80 more words

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Ontario Pension Fund adds another UK acquisition

The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan has increased its stake in Birmingham Airport. It now owns 48.25% of the shares and is the sole owner of Bristol Airport. 25 more words

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