The Public Sector Pension Investment Board is appointing Oliver Duff as senior vice-president of global head of credit investments.

Duff joined PSP Investments in 2016 and was previously the organization’s managing director of private debt. Prior to joining the PSP, he was the global head of leveraged finance and European head of capital financing at HSBC Bank.

The investment organization is also appointing Simon Marc as senior vice-president and global head of private equity and strategic partnerships.

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In the role, he’ll be responsible for overseeing PSP Investments’ strategic partnerships team, which coordinates global relationships and drives synergies with core investment and institutional partners. Marc joined the organization in 2015 and was most recently its senior managing director of global head of private equity.

“These appointments recognize [Duff’s] and [Marc’s] leadership impact across the organization and leverage their deep expertise, long-term experience and global insight as we continue to achieve our strategic objectives, deliver our mandate and generate returns for contributors and beneficiaries,” said Deborah Orida, president and chief executive officer at PSP Investments, in a press release.

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