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Brussels attack hasn't soured Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan on infrastructure investments: CEO

The recent terrorist attack involving a bombing at the Brussels Airport has not altered the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan appetite for infrastructure investments, the plan’s chief executive said Wednesday. 655 more words

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Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan owns 39% stake in terror-targeted Brussels Airport

The terrorist attack in Brussels on Tuesday morning hit close to home for the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.

The pension fund owns 39 per cent of the Brussels Airport, a stake acquired in 2011. 165 more words

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Canadian pension plans buy London City Airport, but the rich price could drive away its biggest customer

London City Airport’s sale to a Canadian-led group of investors at a steep premium received a cool reception from both its biggest user and the top U.K. 821 more words

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Snapdeal receives new investments worth USD 200 Million

Snapdeal has announced that Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, an investment vehicle advised by Iron Pillar and other investors have invested US$200 million in Snapdeal. Over the last two years, Snapdeal has made significant investments in technology and in complementary acquisitions in pursuit of its stated aim to build India’s most reliable and frictionless commerce ecosystem…Show full article

Technology

Snapdeal raises $200 mn, major investor Ontario Teacher's Pension Plan

Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and other investors have invested $200 million in Snapdeal.

The key investors this time are Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Brother Fortune Apparel, a company based in Singapore, and Iron Pillar, a venture capital firm. 130 more words

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Cenovus belt-tightening saves $400 million

CALGARY – Cenovus Energy said its numbers show significant belt-tightening at the company has made it more financially resilient, in the face of what is expected to be a prolonged period of lower oil prices. 275 more words

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Ontario Teachers' subsidiary to buy senior homes operator Amica Mature Lifestyles for $578M

Senior-housing companies in Canada rallied after Amica Mature Lifestyles Inc. agreed to be acquired by a pension fund-backed company, extending an industrywide consolidation.

Amica, a Vancouver-based provider of luxury seniors residences, surged as much as 113 percent Wednesday after saying it will combine with BayBridge Seniors Housing Inc. 255 more words

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