The C$205 billion ($154 billion) Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board announced the opening of a new office in Singapore this week, with an eye on enhancing its existing capabilities in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Singapore office is in the city’s Central Business District at Asia Square Tower 2.
The pension system already has more than 30 employees and approximately C$15 billion invested across the region via its public equity, private equity and infrastructure portfolios.
“Expanding our presence is Asia is critical to our future growth, said Ben Chan, regional . . .
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