Access to Information

Access to Information

Access to Information Act Requests

PSP Investments is subject to the Access to Information Act.

You can make an access to information request through the ATIP Online Request Service website using this link or by completing request form and the requisite fee (a $5 cheque or money order payable to Public Sector Pension Investment Board) to:

Tammy Marer

Access to Information and Privacy Coordinator
1250 René-Lévesque Boulevard West
Suite 1400
Montreal, Quebec
Canada H3B 5E9

Access to Information Request Form
Date: June 11, 2018
Size: 161.3 KB

Completed Access to Information Requests

Summaries of completed access to information requests are available at the following link:

Proactive disclosure

Board Members

Martin J. Glynn (Chair)
Maryse Bertrand
Micheline Bouchard
David C. Court 
Léon Courville 
Garnet Garven 
Lynn Haight 
Timothy E. Hodgson 
Miranda C. Hubbs 
Katherine Lee 
William A. Mackinnon 


Senior management

Neil Cunningham (President and Chief Executive Officer)
Darren Baccus (Senior Vice President and Global Head of Real Estate and Natural Resources)
Mélanie Bernier (Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer)
Nathalie Bernier (Senior Vice President, Strategic and Business Planning and Chief Financial Officer)
J-F Bureau (Senior Vice President and Chief Risk Officer)
Giulia Cirillo (Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer)
Alain Deschênes (Senior Vice President and Chief Operations Officer)
Anik Lanthier (Senior Vice President, Public Markets and Absolute Return Strategies)
David J. Scudellari (Senior Vice President and Global Head of Credit Investments and Fixed Income)
Guthrie Stewart (Senior Vice President and Global Head of Private Investments)
Eduard Van Gelderen (Senior Vice President and Chief Investment Officer)



Christopher Eby (Executive Vice President)
Derek Goring

In certain cases:


  • Flight charges reflect the use of credits.
  • As permitted by the Access to Information Act, cities visited have not been specified, as it has been determined that disclosing this information could reveal our investment or corporate strategies and therefore interfere with our competitiveness in the investment market. 
  • Reported investment-related expenses may be charged to third parties in the normal course of business.