The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan Board (OTPP) generated a 1.2% net return for the six-month period ended June 30, while its 12-month net return was 8.3%, according to a Q2 2022 interim report just released by the pension plan.
The fund’s positive return contrasts with many Canadian defined benefit plans, which have generated negative returns during the period. OTPP benefited from its efforts over the last 12 months to tilt its asset mix towards those that perform well in inflationary environments, particularly commodities and infrastructure, according to CIO Ziad Hindo.
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