Virtual Event: Bert Clark
President and CEO, Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO)
” Creating Investment Value Amid Unprecedented Volatility “
Oct 8, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended world markets and injected unprecedented stress and volatility into the global economy. At the same time, investors have been forced to grapple with persistently low interest rates, sluggish investment returns and a re-ordering of trade relationships which makes the markets even more uncertain than before. Against this complex and rapidly changing backdrop, where are institutional investors finding opportunity and value? How can public pensions continue to invest with discipline and confidence to ensure they can meet their obligations to the everyday Canadians?
Join Bert Clark, President and CEO of the Investment Management Corporation of Ontario, for an in-depth discussion about how the organization is managing more than $70 billion in public pension fund assets and navigating an investing environment unlike any in recent history. The conversation will be moderated by Amanda Lang, BNN Bloomberg anchor and one of Canada’s foremost business journalists.
Bert Clark, President and CEO, Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO)
Bert Clark currently serves as President and CEO of the Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO). Managing $70.3 billion of assets, IMCO’s mandate is to provide broader public sector institutions with investment management services, including portfolio construction advice, better access to a diverse range of asset classes and sophisticated risk management capabilities.
Prior to IMCO, Bert was the President and CEO of Infrastructure Ontario, which is responsible for managing the province of Ontario’s real estate portfolio, lending to municipalities and other public-sector organizations and the delivery of large, complex public infrastructure projects. He was also a Managing Director at Scotiabank, responsible for the North American infrastructure advisory business.
Bert has an LLM from Duke University School of Law, an LLB from Queen’s Law School, and a BA (Honours) from McGill University. He is on the Board of Directors at C.D. Howe Institute and a member of the Board of Governors at North York General Hospital.