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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).





Performance (%, 1YR)


Chief Executive

Bert Clark

Chief Investment Officer

Rossitsa Stoyanova


Brian Gibson

Asset allocation
Asset allocation calculated from reported asset values

34.29% Public Equities

22.43% Fixed Income

12.52% Real Estate

8.21% Global Infrastructure

7.82% Global Credit

6.39% Public Market Alternatives

6% Private Equity

2.35% Money Market and Other related articles
FIS Singapore 2023

Investors talk inflation strategies

Three leading investors from around the world - USS from the UK, IMCO from Canada and APG from The Netherlands – discuss the importance of modelling and their strategies for investing in an inflationary environment, including allocating to inflation linked emerging debt and infrastructure.  
Asset Allocation

The ingredients for success in private credit

Investing in private credit brings income and supports capital preservation, but as more investors enter the asset class, competition for assets is set to heat up. Investors from South Carolina Retirement Systems Investment Commission, Investment Management Corporation of Ontario and Ohio School Employees Retirement System explain their approaches.

Internalisation drives value added for large funds

Size matters in institutional investing, but how exactly does it result in better returns? Research by CEM Benchmarking shows large, internalised, active investors produce more net value added than small, externalised, passive investors. Internalising private markets is a significant predictor of value add.
FIS Digital – June 2020

IMCO uses nimbleness to advantage

Meticulous planning for the next market crash, and an eye on liquidity, meant IMCO was well positioned to invest, particularly in credit, when the opportunity arose. The fund continues to use its agility to its advantage and is now looking for opportunities in private markets.