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The Real Estate Investments team is comprised of experienced professionals across our global offices. Here is a listing of all our senior team members, categorized and searchable by city.

The Real Estate Investments team is comprised of experienced professionals across our global offices. Here is a listing of all our senior team members, categorized and searchable by city.

The Real Estate Investments team is comprised of experienced professionals across our global offices. Here is a listing of all our senior team members, categorized and searchable by city.

The Real Estate Investments team is comprised of experienced professionals across our global offices. Here is a listing of all our senior team members, categorized and searchable by city.

The Real Estate Investments team is comprised of experienced professionals across our global offices. Here is a listing of all our senior team members, categorized and searchable by city.

Managing Director, Global Head of Real Estate

Peter is responsible for our global real estate portfolio, which is diversified across twenty global markets and currently exceeds C$50 Billion.

Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2007, Peter worked with several leading real estate companies, including Canderel, Brookfield and TrizecHahn.

Peter holds a BComm from McGill University and an MBA from the Ivey School of Business at Western University; and has been granted the ICD.D designation by the Institute of Corporate Directors.

He is on the board of Brazilian public company Aliansce Sonae, a member of Global Board of Directors of the Urban Land Institute and is a Trustee of the International Council of Shopping Centers.

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Managing Director, Head of Real Estate Americas ex-United States

Marco is responsible for our real estate investments in Canada and South America and leads the teams based in our Toronto and Sao Paulo offices, respectively. Having joined CPP Investments since the group’s inception in 2005, Marco has been instrumental in the group’s international expansion strategy, including many of the organization’s inaugural real estate investment in markets such as Canada, U.S, Brazil, Australia and China.

Prior to joining CPP Investments, Marco spent several years with a major investment bank with a focus in the Canadian real estate sector.

Marco holds a Masters of Laws (GPLLM) from the University of Toronto and a HBA from the Ivey Business School at Western University.

Managing Director, Real Estate

Jay is responsible for the origination, underwriting, structuring and management of all U.S. office investments (including medical office and studio). Prior investments include, 360 Park Avenue South (NYC, NY), 1918 8th Ave (Seattle, WA), St. Johns Terminal (NYC, NY), 1900 N (Washington, DC), Santa Monica Business Park (Santa Monica, CA), Platform 16 (San Jose, CA), and others.

Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2016, Jay worked at Rockwood Capital focused on acquisitions and asset management of all asset classes across various geographies.

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Jay earned an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and a BS from the School of Hotel Administration at Cornell University.

Managing Director, Head of Real Estate UK

Thomas heads our UK real estate business and is responsible for our entry into a number of new real estate sectors, including student housing, life sciences and the Built-to-Rent sector. He is also on our office, retail and logistics investments Joint Venture boards. Beyond the UK, Thomas is responsible for our real estate investment activity in Germany and the CEE regions and was instrumental in our transaction activity in Spain, the Nordics and some of our first investments into India.

Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2011, Thomas was a Vice President in the real estate investment banking team at Macquarie bank, focused on M&A transactions within UK and European public and private real estate companies.

Thomas holds a BSc (First Class Hons) from the University of Nottingham and an MSc from the University of London Southbank. He holds MRICS and IMC (CFA) certifications.

He is on the board of Unite plc.

Managing Director, Head of Real Estate - Europe

Andrea is responsible for our European real estate investments and oversees our real estate program in India. Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2011, Andrea was European Chief Investment Officer and Director of AREA Property Partners. He has held senior positions at real estate private equity and investment banking firms.

Andrea holds a BS in International Economics from Georgetown University School of Foreign Service and an MBA from INSEAD.

Managing Director, Head of Real Estate North Asia

Gilles covers Asia-Pacific markets with a focus on North Asia, South-East Asia, and new initiatives. He has led some of CPP Investments’ early investments around the region and his priorities include business development, transactions, and investment
relationships.

Gilles joined CPP Investments in 2010 and has over 20 years of experience across several real estate business lines including development, construction management, asset management, private equity and fund management, and has variously been professionally based in Australia, Singapore, UK, Belgium and now Hong Kong. He has extensive experience in establishing and managing cross-border investments and joint ventures in Europe and Asia-Pacific and has previously held investment roles in Lend Lease, MGPA, and Aviva Investors.

Gilles holds Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of International Business degrees from the University of Queensland and Griffith University, respectively, and has earned his CPA and CFA designations.

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Managing Director, Head of Real Estate Greater China

Guy is primarily responsible for the acquisition of real estate investments in the Greater China region and led some of our early investments in other Asia Pacific countries.

Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2009, he was Vice President and Chief Representative of Citi Property Investors (CPI) in China, where he was involved in acquisitions and asset management, and was also responsible for investor relations for CPI’s Asia Fund. Before that, he worked in the Corporate Finance department of Citigroup N.A. in Hong Kong and Moscow, and at Savills plc, as Managing Director of the Shanghai office.

Guy holds an MA in Chinese from Oxford University and an MBA from New York University.

Managing Director, Head of Real Estate Asia Pacific

Jimmy is responsible for our real estate investments in Asia and has lived and worked in Singapore, South Korea and Hong Kong.

Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2008, Jimmy worked with several leading real estate companies, including ING Real Estate, and was responsible for setting up ING Real Estate’s business in South Korea.

Jimmy holds a BS in Estate Management (First Class Hons) from the National University of Singapore and an MBA in International Management from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

Managing Director, Head of Listed Real Estate Investments

Kim is responsible for CPP Investments’ listed real estate investments and is a member of the Real Estate Investment Committee, which oversees the Fund’s global public and private real estate investments.

Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2018, Kim was Global Head of Real Estate Equities Research at UBS. Based in Hong Kong, she was responsible for formulating and presenting the UBS global real estate view. Kim covered listed real estate for UBS for more than 22 years, leading top-rated real estate equities research teams in Australia, Europe and Asia. Kim holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Western Sydney, Australia.

She is a CFA charter holder, a member of the European Real Estate Association (EPRA) Advisory Board, a board member of the Asia Pacific Real Estate Association (APREA) HK Chapter and a member of the Australian Property Council, Global Investment Committee.

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Managing Director, Head of Real Estate India

Hari is responsible for CPP Investments’ Real Estate investments in India and is based out of our Mumbai office. The Real Estate group in India focuses on investments alongside top tier partners in key sectors such as office, retail and industrial.

Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2014, Hari was at Kotak Investment Advisors which is the alternate assets arm of Kotak Bank. He was co- responsible for real estate funds business which had total assets under management of over USD 1Billion, contributed by SWFs and other global LPs. He started his career with CBRE and JLL in the corporate finance business.

Hari holds a MFin from University of Delhi, India and is Member of Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, UK.

Managing Director, Real Estate Investments, India

Ankur is senior member of CPP Investments’ Real Estate investment group in India and is based out of our Mumbai office. The Real Estate group in India focuses on investments alongside top tier partners in key sectors such as office, retail industrial and residential.

Prior to joining CPP Investments in 2015, Ankur was at Macquarie Capital India, which is the Indian investment banking arm of Macquarie Group. He was part of real estate private capital team and advised clients on transactions over USD 1Billion.

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Ankur holds Masters in Business Administration from Indian School of Business, India.

FAQs

What does Cppib stand for? ›

About Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) is a professional investment management organization that invests the funds not needed by the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) to pay current benefits on behalf of 18 million contributors and beneficiaries.

How much of my portfolio should be in real assets? ›

The decision of how much real estate to own in your portfolio is personal. If you're looking for a rule of thumb, adding 5% to 10% to your portfolio is a reasonable range. However, the best approach is to discuss with your financial advisor how adding real estate would best advance your goals.

Are real assets a good investment? ›

Real assets offer the opportunity for diversification, inflation hedging and competitive total returns. Real assets may also serve as a nontraditional source of income, a feature that investors frequently overlook.

Why was Cppib created? ›

Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments) was created in 1997 by an Act of Parliament with the objective to invest the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) fund assets to maximize returns without undue risk of loss, having regard to the factors that may affect the funding of the Canada Pension Plan.

How much is CPP at 60? ›

Your payments will decrease by 0.6% each month (7.2% per year) if you start getting the CPP before age 65. If you start at age 60, that means a maximum reduction of 36%. For an average monthly CPP payment at age 65 of $619.75, that means the average monthly amount at age 60 would be reduced to $396.64.

Do you have to pay into CPP? ›

Contributions to CPP are compulsory for all working Canadians aged 18-70. Employees and employers contribute equally on earnings that are between the Basic Exemption amount and the Year's Maximum Pensionable Earnings (YMPE). In 2022, contributions on those earnings are 5.7% by employees and 5.7% by employers.

How much of your wealth should be in real estate? ›

It is commonly agreed that allocating between 25 and 40 percent of your net worth to real estate ( including your home) allows you to capitalize on the advantages of real estate ownership while giving you plenty of flexibility to pursue other avenues of investment and wealth development.

Do you include your house in net worth? ›

Your net worth is what you own minus what you owe. It's the total value of all your assets—including your house, cars, investments and cash—minus your liabilities (things like credit card debt, student loans, and what you still owe on your mortgage).

How much of your net worth should your house be? ›

If you're in the market for a new house and wondering how much of your total net worth should lie in your home's value, the general rule of thumb is about 20 to 30 percent.

What are the benefits of real estate? ›

10 Reasons To Invest In Real Estate
  • Steady Cash Flow. Owning real estate is a way to boost your monthly income. ...
  • Great Returns. ...
  • Long-Term Security. ...
  • Tax Advantages. ...
  • Diversification. ...
  • Passive Income. ...
  • Ability To Leverage Funds. ...
  • Protection Against Inflation.
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Why are real assets important? ›

The principal purpose of real asset investments in a portfolio is to serve as a hedge against rising inflation. Real asset investments should provide a return in excess of inflation, and their performance should be sensitive to changes in inflation or expectations for future levels of inflation.

What are the best real assets? ›

Here are some of the top ways to hedge against inflation:
  1. Gold. Gold has often been considered a hedge against inflation. ...
  2. Commodities. ...
  3. A 60/40 Stock/Bond Portfolio. ...
  4. Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) ...
  5. The S&P 500. ...
  6. Real Estate Income. ...
  7. The Bloomberg Aggregate Bond Index. ...
  8. Leveraged Loans.

How many employees does CPPIB have? ›

One final point: the CPPIB's 2021 annual report lists “personnel costs” at $938 million. For 1,936 employees. You do the math. Nice work if you can get it.

Where does my CPP money go? ›

Your CPP contributions will go toward post-retirement benefits, which will increase your CPP retirement income.

What is the biggest pension fund in the world? ›

The Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan (GPIF) remains the very largest pension fund, leading the table with AuM of over $1.7 trillion. It has ranked top since 2002.

What is the best age to collect CPP? ›

Waiting until age 70 to receive CPP produces a larger monthly benefit than applying at 65 or earlier. But putting things off only makes sense if you think you'll collect long enough to make up for what could turn out to be years of foregone payments.

How much OAS will I get when I turn 65? ›

Old Age Security (OAS) pension amounts – July to September 2022
AgeMaximum monthly payment amountTo receive the OAS your annual income in 2021 must be
65 to 74$666.83Less than $129,757
75 and over$733.51Less than $129,757
15 Jul 2022

How many years do you have to work to get maximum CPP? ›

To receive the maximum CPP amount you must contribute to the CPP for at least 39 of the 47 years from ages 18 to 65. You must also contribute the maximum amount to the CPP for at least 39 years based on the yearly annual pensionable earnings (YMPE) set by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). The YMPE for 2021 is $61,600.

How much CPP will I get if I retire at 63? ›

We can provide an accurate estimate of your benefit at any age from 60 to 70
Starting AgeAge 60Age 61
Age 6213,137.127,016.04
Age 6319,705.6814,032.08
Age 6426,274.2421,048.12
Age 6532,842.8028,064.16
37 more rows

Will CPP run out? ›

Indeed, the Office of the Chief Actuary of Canada projects the CPP Fund is sustainable for the next 75 years. Hard work was done to fix this, including creation of CPP Investments to invest contributions.

Can you collect a pension and still work full time? ›

You can work full time if you wish. However, if you plan to return to your past employer, you may be limited in the job you can take while still collecting the pension. If you return to a full-time position with your past employer, your pension payments may stop.

How much of investment portfolio should be in real estate? ›

The decision of how much real estate to own in your portfolio is personal. If you're looking for a rule of thumb, adding 5% to 10% to your portfolio is a reasonable range. However, the best approach is to discuss with your financial advisor how adding real estate would best advance your goals.

How much home can I afford based on net worth? ›

For veteran home buyers, you can use 30% of your net worth as a barometer for your next house purchase. For example, let's say you are a first-time homebuyer and have a $300,000 net worth with a $100,000 household income. The bank says you can borrow up to $350,000 to buy a home.

What is a good amount of cash to have on hand? ›

Having cash on hand to cover unexpected expenses is an important part of any savings plan. A general rule is to have enough money safely set aside and readily accessible to cover three to six months' worth of expenses, although this exact amount will vary depending on your financial situation.

Is owning a house an asset? ›

A house, like any other object that comes into your possession, is classified as an asset. An asset is something you own. A house has a value. Whether you assign the value as the price at which you purchased the house or the price at which you believe you can sell the house, that amount is how much your house is worth.

Is life insurance included in net worth? ›

Is life insurance part of my net worth? The cash value of a permanent policy is part of your net worth. While you're alive, term life insurance is not part of your net worth. After you die, the proceeds become part of your estate for tax purposes.

What is a good net worth at 40? ›

According to CNN Money 2021, the average net worth for the following ages are: $9,000 for ages 25-34, $52,000 for ages 35-44, $100,000 for ages 45-54, $180,000 for ages 55-64, and $232,000+ for 65+.

How much savings does the average person have when they retire? ›

On average, Americans have around $141,542 saved up for retirement, according to the “How America Saves 2022” report compiled by Vanguard, an investment firm that represents more than 30 million investors. However, most people likely have much less: The median 401(k) balance is just $35,345.

Does 401k count as net worth? ›

Yes. The value of your 401k account is a part of your net worth and should be included in the net worth calculation. Like anything else of financial value, the balance of your 401k account — or any retirement account, for that matter — is considered an asset.

How do I grow my real estate portfolio? ›

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  1. Start Small. ...
  2. Consider Exponential Rather Than Linear Increases To Your Portfolio. ...
  3. Learn Your Local Market. ...
  4. Take Detailed Notes. ...
  5. Research Your Financing Options. ...
  6. Live And Breathe Numbers, And Understand The 1% Rule.
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Why real estate is the best investment? ›

On its own, real estate offers cash flow, tax breaks, equity building, competitive risk-adjusted returns, and a hedge against inflation. Real estate can also enhance a portfolio by lowering volatility through diversification, whether you invest in physical properties or REITs.

What is the most important thing in real estate? ›

Property Location

The adage "location, location, location" is still king and continues to be the most important factor for profitability in real estate investing. Proximity to amenities, green space, scenic views, and the neighborhood's status factor prominently into residential property valuations.

Why investment is important in real estate? ›

Real estate provides a considerable ability to generate cash flow. A steady monthly rental income is an excellent incentive of passive income and offers long term financial security to the investor. In many cases, cash flow only strengthens over time as you pay down your mortgage and build up your equity.

What type of asset is real estate? ›

As you'll see from the list above, real estate is an asset class that is often categorized under the larger umbrella known as alternative assets. Alternative assets are assets that fall outside more traditional categories such as stocks and bonds.

What is considered a real estate asset? ›

Real Estate Assets means any and all investments in Properties, Loans and other Permitted Investments (including all rents, income profits and gains therefrom), whether real, personal or otherwise, tangible or intangible, that are transferred or conveyed to, or owned or held by, or for the account of, the Company or ...

What is meant by real assets? ›

Real assets are physical assets that have an intrinsic worth due to their substance and properties. Real assets include precious metals, commodities, real estate, land, equipment, and natural resources.

What is a real asset strategy? ›

The Strategy invests in securities backed by tangible real assets, with the objective of achieving attractive total returns over the long term, while maximizing the potential for real returns in periods of rising inflation.

Is real estate asset or liability? ›

A house is often not an asset but instead a liability

On a given month for your personal residence, you need to pay for your mortgage, utilities, maintenance, taxes, insurance, and possibly more.

What investments do well during inflation? ›

Here's where experts recommend you should put your money during an inflation surge
  • TIPS. TIPS stands for Treasury Inflation-Protected Securities. ...
  • Cash. Cash is often overlooked as an inflation hedge, says Arnott. ...
  • Short-term bonds. ...
  • Stocks. ...
  • Real estate. ...
  • Gold. ...
  • Commodities. ...
  • Cryptocurrency.

Is CPPIB a good place to work? ›

Very good working environment

CPPIB is an industry interrupting, growth company in a growth sector. The culture is young, dynamic, but not reckless. Management is open with all employees and values contributions and consistently demonstrates a commitment to the betterment of the employees.

What are Canada's 10 biggest pension funds? ›

The Top Ten public sector pension funds include (ranked by size of pension assets): The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), The Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (Caisse), The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board (OTPP), The British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC), The Public Sector ...

Does CPP Investments pay well? ›

The average CPP Investments salary ranges from approximately $63,509 per year for Support Analyst to $211,730 per year for Gestionnaire. Salary information comes from 500 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

How much CPP will I get if I retire at 60? ›

Your payments will decrease by 0.6% each month (7.2% per year) if you start getting the CPP before age 65. If you start at age 60, that means a maximum reduction of 36%. For an average monthly CPP payment at age 65 of $619.75, that means the average monthly amount at age 60 would be reduced to $396.64.

How much is CPP per month at 65? ›

Canada Pension Plan: Pensions and benefits monthly amounts
Type of pension or benefitAverage amount for new beneficiaries (April 2022)
Retirement pension (at age 65)$727.61
Post-retirement benefit (at age 65)$16.05
Disability benefit$1,053.20
Post-retirement disability benefit$524.64
8 more rows
5 Jul 2022

Why is my CPP so high? ›

Why CPP premiums are going up. The increase is part of a multi-year plan approved by provinces and the federal government five years ago to boost retirement benefits through the public plan by increasing contributions over time. The increases started in 2019.

Who has the best government pension? ›

With an index value of 82.6, the Netherlands received the highest score for 2020, ranking first for the third year in a row. Its retirement income system uses a flat-rate public pension and a semi-mandatory occupational pension linked to earnings and industrial agreements.

What is America's biggest pension fund? ›

Microsoft. The California Public Employees' Retirement System, better known as CalPERS, is the largest, by assets, of the 10 public pension funds listed in this article at just under $377 billion, according to P&I's rankings.

How much does government pay in pension? ›

The amount of pension is 50% of the emoluments or average emoluments whichever is beneficial. Minimum pension presently is Rs. 9000 per month. Maximum limit on pension is 50% of the highest pay in the Government of India (presently Rs. 1,25,000) per month. Pension is payable up to and including the date of death.

What are Canada's 10 biggest pension funds? ›

The Top Ten public sector pension funds include (ranked by size of pension assets): The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), The Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (Caisse), The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board (OTPP), The British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (bcIMC), The Public Sector ...

What is the biggest pension fund in the world? ›

The Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan (GPIF) remains the very largest pension fund, leading the table with AuM of over $1.7 trillion. It has ranked top since 2002.

How much is the Ontario Teachers Pension Plan worth? ›

Investments. Ontario Teachers' is one of Canada's largest institutional investors, having reported $221.2 billion in net assets on December 31, 2020. It has an excellent track record for investment performance, with an average annual return of 9.6 per cent since inception in 1990.

How many employees does Cppib have? ›

One final point: the CPPIB's 2021 annual report lists “personnel costs” at $938 million. For 1,936 employees. You do the math. Nice work if you can get it.

What is the best pension plan in Canada? ›

Best Retirement Plan Options in Canada
  • Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) ...
  • Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) ...
  • The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) ...
  • Old Age Security (OAS) ...
  • Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) ...
  • Employer-sponsored Pension Plans. ...
  • Other Investments. ...
  • Robo Advisors.
19 Aug 2022

What is the average company pension in Canada? ›

The Canada Pension Plan is capped at a maximum of $1175.83 per month (2020). Many people do not regard this as a satisfactory income. In fact, according to Service Canada, the average monthly retirement pension (at age 65) in January 2020 was just $735.21. CPP with lower benefits is available at the age of 60.

What is the second largest pension fund in Canada? ›

Canada's second-biggest pension and insurance fund the Caisse de Dépôt invested $150 million into Celsius nine months before its Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Who has the best government pension? ›

With an index value of 82.6, the Netherlands received the highest score for 2020, ranking first for the third year in a row. Its retirement income system uses a flat-rate public pension and a semi-mandatory occupational pension linked to earnings and industrial agreements.

What is the best known government pension fund? ›

Rankings by Total Assets
RankProfileType
1.Social Security Trust FundsPublic Pension
2.Government Pension Investment Fund JapanPublic Pension
3.Caisse des DepotsPublic Pension
4.Military Retirement FundPublic Pension
92 more rows

What is America's biggest pension fund? ›

Microsoft. The California Public Employees' Retirement System, better known as CalPERS, is the largest, by assets, of the 10 public pension funds listed in this article at just under $377 billion, according to P&I's rankings.

What are the largest pension funds in Canada? ›

The largest Canadian pension funds are all Canadian public pension funds, including Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board (OTPP), PSP Investment Board (Canadian public sector pensions), OMERS Retirement System, Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan (HOOPP), British Columbia ...

How much do teachers make in Ontario per hour? ›

Secondary school teachers (NOC 4031) usually earn between $28.13/hour and $57.69/hour in Ontario. People working as a "secondary school teacher" are part of this group.

How much is CPP monthly? ›

Canada Pension Plan: Pensions and benefits monthly amounts
Type of pension or benefitAverage amount for new beneficiaries (April 2022)
Post-retirement disability benefit$524.64
Survivor's pension – younger than 65$466.88
Survivor's pension – 65 and older$319.34
Children of disabled CPP contributors$264.53
8 more rows
5 Jul 2022

Is CPPIB a good place to work? ›

Very good working environment

CPPIB is an industry interrupting, growth company in a growth sector. The culture is young, dynamic, but not reckless. Management is open with all employees and values contributions and consistently demonstrates a commitment to the betterment of the employees.

Does CPP Investments pay well? ›

The average CPP Investments salary ranges from approximately $63,509 per year for Support Analyst to $211,730 per year for Gestionnaire. Salary information comes from 500 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.

Is CPP Investments a good company to work for? ›

Is CPP Investments a good company to work for? CPP Investments has an overall rating of 3.9 out of 5, based on over 489 reviews left anonymously by employees. 72% of employees would recommend working at CPP Investments to a friend and 64% have a positive outlook for the business.

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