Monday Minute Chat Series
The State of Infrastructure Investing in Canada
September 27, 2021 | 12:00 PM, EDT
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Recently, Canadian Infrastructure Bank CEO, Ehren Cory, indicated that projects involving billions of dollars from pension funds and private investors are in the works and would be announced over the next few months. In this Monday Minute session, we talk to Cory about what the Bank is focusing on right now, from working with pension funds to sustainable investing to projects to support Indigenous communities. We also discuss the Bank’s future plans and how some of its projects are shaping up.
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Ehren Cory
Ehren Cory
CEO, Canada Infrastructure Bank
About Ehren
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Ehren Cory
Chief Executive Officer  |  Canada Infrastructure Bank
Ehren Cory joins the Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) bringing his strong leadership approach, infrastructure expertise and track‑record of delivering results by partnering with the private and public sectors. As Chief Executive Officer, he is focused on the CIB’s strategic direction including implementing the $10B Growth Plan to accelerate infrastructure investment in Canada and building the CIB as a results‑oriented organization.

Prior to joining the CIB, Ehren was the President & CEO of Infrastructure Ontario, a Provincial Crown Agency responsible for financing, building, and enhancing the value of the province’s infrastructure and real estate assets. In addition to his four years as CEO, he also spent four years with the Agency in executive roles responsible for the successful transaction structuring, tendering, and delivery of billions of dollars in infrastructure projects. Prior to joining Infrastructure Ontario, Ehren was a partner at McKinsey & Company in Toronto, where he served as a leader in the Public Sector and Capital Projects practices, advising clients in both the private and public sectors.

Ehren is a graduate of the MBA program at INSEAD in Fontainebleau France, where he graduated with distinction. He also received an Honours degree in Business Administration (HBA) from the University of Western Ontario.
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