Canada Pension Plan, Ottawa, had C$188.9 billion (US$183.3 billion) in assets in its investment fund as of June 30, up 3.1% from three months earlier, according to the CPP Investment Board, which manages the fund.
Of the C$5.6 billion increase, C$3.7 billion came from contributions and C$1.9 billion came from net investment income, according to a news release from the board Friday.
The fund returned 1.1% in the three months ended June 30, the board's fiscal first quarter. For the five years ended that date, the fund returned an annualized 2.9%, and for 10 years, 5%. Linda Sims, CPPIB spokeswoman, said the board does not report 12-month returns for each quarter.
The asset allocation as of June 30 was 33.6% fixed income; 31.8% public equities; 17.7% private equity; 11.1% real estate and 5.8% infrastructure.