Ontario Teachers’ Pension Taps Asia-Pacific Chief


The Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan on Sunday announced the appointment of Nicole Musicco as new Managing Director for Asia-Pacific investments.

Musicco, who has been with the pension fund for 15 years, will also head the fund’s Hong Kong office.

More from a press release:

In her new role, Ms. Musicco is responsible for the full investment cycle from origination to execution across asset classes in the region.

Ms. Musicco has a strong private equity background with experience in both direct and fund investing. She joined Teachers’ in 2002 and has held positions of increasing responsibility, most recently as Vice-President, Teachers’ Private Capital in Teachers’ Toronto office.

“Nicole’s new role reflects our growing commitment to the Asia-Pacific market and its importance to the future of our fund,” said Ron Mock, Chief Executive Officer and interim Chief Investment Officer. “Her experience with our partners internationally and her knowledge of the Asia-Pacific region specifically made her the logical candidate for this important, newly created position.”

Teachers’ opened its Asia-Pacific office in Hong Kong in 2013. It has a diversified portfolio of assets in the region valued at $12 billion as of December 31, 2014.

Ontario Teachers’ Plan manages $154 billion in assets.


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