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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


Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan raises stake in U.K. airport

LONDON — Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan said it had bought a 19.25% stake in Birmingham Airport from Australia’s Victorian Funds Management Corporation, taking its investment in the British airport to 48.25%. 291 more words

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Ontario Teachers' pension raises stake in Birmingham Airport

TORONTO – Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan has increased its ownership stake in Birmingham Airport in England to 48.25 per cent.

The airport is in the U.K.’s second-largest city and serves about 9.5 million passengers a year. 53 more words


Ontario Teachers' could save $30-billion from a one-point interest rate hike, CEO says

For Ron Mock, chief executive officer of Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, a one percentage-point increase in interest rates may save Canada’s third-biggest retirement fund about $30 billion. 534 more words

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DTZ sold to consortium

DTZ has closed its sale to the private investment consortium of TPG Capital (TPG), PAG Asia Capital (PAG) and Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (the TPG & PAG Consortium), and it is now an independent, privately-owned global property services company. 188 more words