The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is appointing Kristina Fanjoy as senior managing director and chief financial officer.

In the role, she’ll be responsible for the CPPIB’s financial policy and reporting strategy, as well as business planning, performance reporting and analytics, valuations, financial controls, accounting and tax governance.

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Fanjoy joined the CPPIB in 2010 and her most recent role was managing director and head of finance. She began her career at KPMG in Canada, culminating in a practice delivering international tax advice to global organizations in a variety of sectors.

“Kristina has been instrumental in helping ensure CPP Investments is at the forefront of leading corporate finance practices,” said John Graham, president and chief executive officer of the CPPIB, in a press release. “Her team-building capabilities and technical expertise, coupled with her extensive understanding of the organization, places her well to add significant value to our senior management team.”

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