- Managing Director, North America and Asia-Pacific
Greg Grant leads Ontario Teachers' North America and Asia-Pacific infrastructure team, with responsibility for identifying, executing and managing infrastructure assets. Greg worked on the acquisition of the Chicago Skyway, the Sydney Desalination Plant, Brussels Airport and Copenhagen Airports. He currently serves on the boards of GCT Global Container Terminals, InterGen and Sydney Desalination Plant. Prior to joining Ontario Teachers' in 2008, he worked in investment banking and corporate development for an independent power producer.
Greg earned a B.Comm. (Honours) from the University of Manitoba, and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business at Western University. He is a CFA charterholder.
Chris Parker is a member of the North America and Asia-Pacific Infrastructure team. He joined Ontario Teachers' in 2011 and has sat on the boards of Northern Star Generation, Express Pipeline, Ontario Teachers' New Zealand Forest Investments and Sydney Desalination Plant. He currently sits on the boards of InterGen and Chicago Skyway. Prior to joining Ontario Teachers', Chris worked in M&A, asset management, project development and project finance within the infrastructure, power and utility sectors. He has previously worked at Brookfield Asset Management, Duke Energy and Air Products.
Chris earned a BA in Economics, a B.Sc. in Mathematics and an MBA in Finance from Virginia Tech. He is a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors.
- Senior Principal
Daniel Rossetti joined Ontario Teachers' in 2009. He is a member of the Infrastructure team, covering the North America and Asia-Pacific regions. Daniel worked on the acquisition of the Chicago Skyway toll road and sits on the boards of GCT Global Container Terminals and Sydney Desalination Plant. Prior to Ontario Teachers', he worked in investment banking with National Bank Financial in the mining sector.
Daniel is a CFA charterholder and earned a BA (Honours, Political Studies) from Queen's University and an MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University's School of Business.
Jan Brand joined Ontario Teachers' in 2015. He helps manage Ontario Teachers' investments across the North America and Asia-Pacific regions, including the Sydney Desalination Plant in Australia and InterGen, a global independent power producer with assets in Australia and the United Kingdom. He also worked on the acquisition of Atlantic Aqua Farms in 2017. Prior to joining Ontario Teachers', Jan worked in investment banking with BMO Capital Markets in Montreal, Quebec, where he advised clients on multiple transactions and capital issuances.
Jan holds a Masters in Financial Economics from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management as well as a joint Honours Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Finance from McGill University.
Ashley joined Ontario Teachers' in 2015. She previously worked for a Canadian based infrastructure fund on direct transactions and asset management. Since joining Ontario Teachers' she has been involved in a number of investments, including the acquisition of London City Airport. She is currently actively involved in two portfolio companies: BluEarth and Saesa.
Ashley holds an Honors Business Administration degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business and an Honours B.E.Sc. degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Western Ontario.
Tom Labenski joined Ontario Teachers' in 2017. He previously worked in investment banking at Macquarie Capital in Calgary, focusing on M&A and ECM in the upstream oil and gas space. Tom is currently involved with Ontario Teachers' investments in Chicago Skyway, Essbio, Esval and FirstFruits Farms.
Tom is a CFA charterholder and earned a Bachelor of Science with Honours from Acadia University.
Asem Mosmer joined Ontario Teachers' in 2019. He previously worked in infrastructure investing at BCi and on the R&D team at GE. Asem is currently involved with Ontario Teachers' investments in Arco Norte and Atlantic Aqua Farms.
Asem holds a Master in Financial Economics from the University of Toronto's Rotman School of Management as well as a joint B.Eng. in Chemical Engineering and BA in Economics from McMaster University.