As part of our commitment to sustainable
investing, CPPIB reports on how we act and
engage as an investor to enhance the
long-term value of the CPP Fund.
Our mandate is to invest in the best interests of Canada Pension Plan contributors and beneficiaries and to maximize investment returns without undue risk of loss.
CPPIB invests the assets of the CPP with a singular objective – to maximize returns without undue risk of loss. Our investment strategy is designed to capitalize on our comparative advantages.
We are a professional investment management organization that invests the assets of the Canada Pension Plan not currently needed to pay pension, disability and survivor benefits. Our critical purpose is to help provide a foundation upon which 18 million Canadians build their financial security in retirement.
At CPPIB you will be part of one of the world’s largest and fastest growing institutional investors.
Working on behalf of 18 million Canadians, you’ll be part of a high-performing, collaborative team that shares a purpose and a commitment to excellence.
Our active investing strategy and innovative approach to portfolio management enable our commitment to deliver performance levels needed to help keep the CPP sustainable over many generations.
Sep 26, 2014
Aug 14, 2014
Toronto, ON, Canada (August 14, 2014): Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) today announced it has allocated an additional US$500 million to the Goodman North American Partnership (GNAP), a joint venture formed in 2012 between CPPIB and Goodman Group (Goodman). CPPIB’s aggregate allocation to GNAP now totals US$900 million representing a 45% interest in the joint venture, and Goodman’s aggregate allocation now totals US$1.1 billion representing a 55% interest.
“The CPP Fund remains on solid financial footing. Investment earnings of the Fund are an essential contributor to sustainability of the CPP, and this year saw very strong gross returns of 16.5%. This resulted in $30.1 billion of net investment income after operating expenses.”
Robert M. Astley, Chair