The C$475.7 billion ($374 billion) Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments) announced its final quarter of 2020 results this week, including the investment of roughly $3 billion of alternative investment activity going into yearend.
The pension system saw significant asset growth over the quarter, totaling a gain of C$19 billion in net assets. Overall, CPP has C$120 billion in private equity, C$62 billion in credit and C$99 billion in real assets, including real estate.
The largest alternative investment allocation was in the real assets portfolio and the acquisition . . .
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