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Canada's Public Sector Pension Investment Board Expands Australian Agriculture Investments

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PSP Investments reports strong fiscal return and partnership with global developer.

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Canada's Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments), the largest foreign institutional investor in Australian agriculture, continues to make significant strides in expanding its investment portfolio. The Canadian pension investment manager reported a 4.4% return for fiscal 2023, easily outperforming expectations. John, Managing Director at PSP Investments, leads the charge in the Asia-Pacific region, particularly in private equity investments.

With a reputation for direct investment, Canadian pension funds like PSP Investments are increasingly looking to Australia as a key market for growth opportunities. The partnership announced with global developer Hines further solidifies PSP Investments' commitment to expanding its presence in the Australian market. This move comes as one of the largest pensions in the world discloses changes in its U.S.-traded investments, showcasing PSP Investments' strategic and diversified approach to portfolio management.

In a recent acquisition deal, FirstLight Power, a company owned by PSP Investments, has agreed to acquire Hydroméga, a Montreal-based clean energy company. This acquisition further highlights PSP Investments' focus on sustainable and environmentally conscious investments.

The Public Sector Pension Investment Board has also been active in the stock market, recently selling a significant number of shares of The ODP Co. This move demonstrates PSP Investments' agility and flexibility in managing its investment portfolio to maximize returns for its stakeholders.

At the Fiduciary Investors Symposium, PSP Investments, along with APG, emphasized the importance of embracing technology and innovation in the ever-evolving investment landscape. Both organizations recognize the need to adapt to changing market conditions to ensure long-term success and sustainability.

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