Study finds ‘little evidence’ of consistent ESG over-performance in recent years.
The Canadian pension plan continues its growth in sustainable investments around the globe.
Commercial real estate in the Nordic region, suburban garden style apartments in the US are among the $565 million in bets the pension fund placed in August.
Canadian pension giant invests twice as much in renewable energy in 2020 as it did in 2019.
The fund is teaming up with Indian private debt manager Edelweiss Group.
Harvard professor finds they outperform over the long haul, as well as during a market downturn.
Canada’s largest pension fund and longtime partner, global asset manager GLP, continue expansion into the Asian nation’s real estate.
The partners will invest up to $190 million in combined equity into the project.
The Canadian institutional investor acquired a portfolio of 175,000 cell towers in the world’s second largest telecommunications market.
The firm already has 35 digital issuances in place.
The pension funds are each taking a 50% stake in Asia Pacific Healthcare Group in a $362 million sale.
Properties built in the Southwest, as well as abroad in places such as Australia, Hong Kong, and Malaysia, will have to compete more for water resources in the next decade, report finds.
GIC will continue to diversify with defensive strategies, including investing in rental and manufactured housing, data centers.
Allocators leery of a second half downturn are diversifying portfolios with the asset class.
Some pension funds and other institutions have taken big positions in the segment.