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IMCO CEO Talks Future of Public Fund Investing

IMCO President and CEO, Bert Clark recently sat down with C.D. Howe Institute President, Bill Robson, to discuss the future of public fund investing. The event, which was attended by members, industry leaders and business media, provided an opportunity to hear from the head of the only asset manager designed specifically for public-sector funds in Ontario.

Mr. Clark spoke about IMCO’s foundation, investment capabilities, portfolio management, risk framework and strong governance model. He shared his thoughts on the importance of portfolio construction and asset allocation when it comes to the firm’s investment strategy, and how IMCO is creating value for Ontario public sector clients.

When it comes to top talent, and the future of public fund investing, Mr. Clark highlighted Toronto as among the most sought-after cities for investment management professionals. “We are lucky to have some of the best and brightest people at IMCO,” he said. “Those who join IMCO are excited to be a part of building a first of it’s kind investment management organization in Ontario for the public-sector.”


The Investment Management Corporation of Ontario (IMCO) manages $61.6 billion of assets on behalf of its clients. 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. IMCO is an independent organization, operating at arm’s length from government and guided by a highly experienced and professional Board of Directors. For more information, visit and follow us on Twitter @IMCOinvest.