Greg Grant

Managing Director, North America & Asia-Pacific, Infrastructure & Natural Resources at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board

Greg Grant

Greg Grant

Managing Director, North America & Asia-Pacific, Infrastructure & Natural Resources at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board

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Presently, Greg Grant holds the position of Managing Director at Ontario Teachers Private Capital. He is also on the board of GCT Global Container Terminals, Inc.

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Treasurer & Director at Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia

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Senior Principal at Ontario Teachers Private Capital /Infrastructure

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Senior Managing Director at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board

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Fund Advisor at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board

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Future President & Chief Executive Officer at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board (Effective 01/2020)

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Managing Director-Infrastructure, Europe, Middle East & Africa at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board

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Community Director at Simon Fraser University

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General Counsel, North America at Chubb Group

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Former Vice President, Human Resources at CAE, Inc.

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Vice President, Finance & Chief Financial Officer at Husky International

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Greg Grant
Managing Director, North America & Asia-Pacific, Infrastructure & Natural Resources at Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan Board
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Managing Director, North America & Asia-Pacific, Infrastructure & Natural Resources
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The Ontario Teachers Pension Plan Board's (OTPP) investments are well-diversified across a mix of public and private Canadian and non-Canadian equities, inflation-sensitive investments, fixed-income securities and real assets (real estate and infrastructure). Risk is managed carefully to reflect the plan's maturity and to decrease risk tolerance, with emphasis on outperforming the markets in which they invest. OTPP's public equity investments include stock market indices, actively managed portfolios, relationship investing and long-term equities. They use indexed equity portfolios to maintain their asset-mix policy weighting. They also manage quant portfolios that invest in global stocks based on enhanced models that seek to identify strategies and stocks with the potential to outperform relevant indices. For equity index funds, OTPP invests entirely in equity-based derivatives. OTPP's actively managed equity investments include both internally and externally managed portfolios. The firm's internally managed active equity investments are selected using bottom-up analysis to identify and invest in undervalued stocks. The majority of their investments in public companies are managed internally. OTPP's fixed-income investments include core portfolios of Canadian bonds, Ontario debentures, provincial bonds, real-return bonds and inflation-linked bonds. OTPP gains exposure to energy, metals and agricultural products through a well-known commodities index. They invest in commodities as a hedge against the cost of paying inflation-protected pensions. OTPP invests mainly through swap agreements linked to the S&P GSCI Total Return Index. The index is heavily-weighted towards oil and gas. OTPP also invests in real assets such as real estate, infrastructure and timberland to generate returns that are linked to changes in inflation and act as a hedge against the cost of paying pensions.

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Teachers infrastructure invests in companies located in North America, Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific with strong management teams and stable/growing operating cash flows. They target companies operating in the fields of water/waste water, gas distribution, renewable & conventional energy, transport/logistics industry, green field & renewable energy sectors. The firm provides financing for acquisition transactions and also considers controlling or majority stakes.

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