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24 November 2015

TPG and Leonard Green exit Petco for $4.6bn

kitten-1040955_1920 Private equity firms TPG and Leonard Green & Partners have agreed to sell pet supplies retailer Petco to CVC Capital Partners and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) for $4.6bn.

16 November 2015

Canadian pension trio agree $2.8bn deal for Chicago Skyway toll road

chicago-828912_640 Three Canadian pension funds have agreed a $2.8bn deal to acquire the operator of the Chicago Skyway toll road.

27 October 2015

CPPIB, BC Partners, other commit $1bn equity to Altice Cablevision takeover

camera-784731_1920 The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has teamed with BC Partners and other co-investors to commit about $1bn of equity in Altice's takeover of Cablevision Systems Corp.

27 October 2015

CPPIB to expand global reach with Mumbai office

india-321677_640 Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is looking to tap into the investment opportunities across the Indian subcontinent with the opening of a Mumbai office.

5 October 2015

TPG hires CPPIB’s Corbidge for Euro buyouts

Suit US private equity firm TPG has expanded its European buyouts team with the hire of CPPIB’s Mark Corbidge.

5 October 2015

CPPIB, BC Partners could buy $1bn-plus of Cablevision shares as part of Altice takeover

cables-89043_640 Institutional investment giant the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is reportedly in talks alongside buyout house BC Partners to pick up more than $1bn-worth of shares in Cablevision Systems Corp.

16 September 2015

CPPIB takes Marwyn stake in film, TV business Entertainment One

HUnger Games LP giant the Canadian Pension Plan Investment Board has agreed a £142m deal to pick up Marwyn Value Investors' stake in film and TV business Entertainment One.

7 September 2015

CPPIB, MBK, Temasek win $6bn battle for Tesco Homeplus unit

Homeplus The long-running battle to buy Tesco's South Korea unit has been won by the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and MBK Partners after their $6bn bid was accepted.

5 August 2015

Neiman Marcus exit seen for Ares Management, CPPIB as US retailer files for IPO

Texas map Neiman Marcus, the Dallas-based luxury department store that has long symbolised a kind of distinctive Southwest US glamour, has filed plans for an IPO with US regulators, setting up a possible exit for Ares Management and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.

23 July 2015

CPPIB’s Robard resigns from head of secondaries

Yann_Robard Canada Pension Plan Investment Board’s head of secondaries and co-investments, Yann Robard, has resigned.

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