- Managing Director, Relationship Investing
Ken Manget is the Global Head of Ontario Teachers' Relationship Investing group, which has teams in Toronto, Hong Kong and London. The Relationship Investing strategy is focused on large-scale minority investments in pre-IPO and public companies.
Ken joined the organization in 2014 as Vice-President, Infrastructure. He has more than 30 years of experience in the investment field and previously worked at Desjardins Capital Markets, where he was Head of Investment Banking. Before that, he was Managing Director of Equity Capital Markets and Head of Income Funds for BMO Capital Markets. In addition to equity capital markets, Ken has experience in fixed income, derivatives, securitization and infrastructure, and has worked for bulge bracket financial institutions in New York and London.
Ken holds an MBA from Harvard University and a B.Sc. (Mechanical Engineering) from the University of Toronto.
- Director, Global Equity Managers
Ahren Estabrooks is responsible for managing Ontario Teachers' external global equity managers, including overseeing emerging market managers in regions such as China, India, Russia and Brazil. He leads a team responsible for identifying managers and allocating capital to a diversified portfolio of predominantly long-only, bottom-up, equity managers.
Ahren joined Ontario Teachers' in 1998 and previously worked in the organization's Investment Finance group.
Ahren holds a Masters of Arts, Economics from York University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University. He is also a CFA charterholder.
- Senior Principal, Corporate Governance
Paul Schneider joined Ontario Teachers' Public Equities team in 2010, and has close to 15 years of corporate governance experience. He represents the organization's corporate governance interests globally with responsibility for policy development, proxy voting and the public company governance engagement program.
Paul currently serves on the board of the International Corporate Governance Network (ICGN). Prior to joining Ontario Teachers', he worked at the Canadian Coalition for Good Governance, helping establish the organization as a respected and influential voice in corporate governance.
Paul holds degrees from the University of Toronto (MBA), Western University (BEd) and Wilfrid Laurier University (Honours BBA) and also has the ICD.D designation.