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The Canadian pension assets under management of the country’s top 40 investment managers increased by 7.7 percentage points over the previous year, from nearly $989 million at June 30, 2022 to more than $1 billion at June 30, 2023, according to the latest report by the Canadian Institutional Investment Network. The CIIN, which is a […]

  • By: Staff
  • November 21, 2023 November 20, 2023
  • 11:00
2019 Top 40 Money Managers Report: How plan sponsors are hedging portfolio exposure in their own sectors

Canada’s economy is famously reliant on its rich natural resources, with a heaping helping of financial service providers thrown in for good measure. But when oil companies, mining outfits or Canadian banks are deciding how to invest the capital in their pension funds, does it make sense to steer clear of exposures that directly correlate […]

2015 Top 40 Money Managers Report: Pension funds embrace risky insurance products

In the quest for yield, some pension funds are buying riskier insurance products

2014 Top 40 Money Managers Report: Fear factor

To preserve recent gains, pension funds are diversifying their assets—and facing the risk issue head-on

A lot has changed for Canada's Top 40 money managers in last five years. Here's a look back at the different themes we covered during that time.

  • By: Staff
  • November 3, 2014 September 13, 2019
  • 12:54
Top 40 Money Managers Report: In it to win it

Afraid of losing money to market ups and downs? Our May Top 40 Money Managers Report offers four key tips to manage volatility more effectively.

Top 40 Money Managers Report: Breaking dawn

It’s been five years since Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy, which sped up the severity of the financial crisis and sent markets into a tailspin. Canada’s Top 40 money managers are trying to help pension plan sponsors adjust to a new environment.

Top 40 Money Managers: Adapting products to shifting markets

It’s a promise that’s getting harder to keep. Sponsors of Canada’s DB pension plans are struggling against formidable odds to keep the pension promise alive for members, retirees and future members as equity markets roil and interest rates remain depressingly low in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.

Top 40 Money Managers: A look back

Canadian money managers have had a lot to deal with over the past five years, such as the global financial crisis and recessions in most of the developed world. In this online-only story, we look back at the themes we covered from 2008 and on.

Top 40 Money Managers: The  iconoclast

When Claude Lamoureux first started at the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan in 1990, the organization had just hired Mercer’s Malcolm Hamilton to be the board’s actuary. “The first week I was there, he was scheduled to give an introductory talk. I thought I would get caught up on my reading during this boring actuary’s presentation,” he recalls. “After the first few minutes, I thought, Wow, this guy isn’t a traditional consultant. We’re going to have a lot of fun together.”

  • By: Leigh Doyle
  • December 6, 2012 September 13, 2019
  • 10:25