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Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO)

In July 2016, IMCO was formally created through the Investment Management Corporation Act (2015) (the “Act”) and in July 2017, IMCO began to manage funds on behalf of its initial clients, the Ontario Pension Board (OPB) and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB).

Country

Canada

AUM ($B)

$59

Performance

5.4

Chief Executive

Bert Clark

Chief Investment Officer

Rossitsa Stoyanova

Chair

Brian Gibson

Asset allocation
Asset Allocation as of December 31, 2020 was as follows: Public Equities (36%), Fixed Income/Gov Bonds (19%), Real Estate (14%), Public Market Alternatives (5%), Infrastructure (8%), Global Credit (6%), Private Equity (4%), Money Market & Other (3%), Diversified Markets (5%)

36% Public Equities

19% Fixed Income/Government Bonds/Real Estate

14% Public Market Alternatives

5% Infrastructure

8% Global Credit

6% Private Equity

4% Money Market and Other

3% Diversified Markets

5%

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