Canadian Investment Review

Canadian Investment Review is Canada’s top destination for institutional investors. Canada’s leading finance experts provide insight and analysis through news, blogs, interactive debates and conference coverage.

Visit Blog


Caroline Cakebread

Caroline is the editor of Canadian Investment Review. As editor, she works with the investment industry and the site’s board to produce thought-leading content for She also works closely with the conference and Online Debates Team to ensure that content meets the needs of Canada’s top pension investors. In addition to her role at, she acts as an independent policy researcher and strategic communications consultant for financial institutions, governments and pension funds. She is the author of several research papers on financial literacy and investor education and is currently writing a book on the asset-backed commercial paper crisis for University of Toronto Press (forthcoming 2012). She received her MA and PhD from the University of Birmingham in the U.K., has taught both undergraduate and graduate students and has published numerous articles and essays on Shakespeare, education, and women’s issues.

Latest Articles

Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Pension Plan bouncing back under JSPP model

Rewind to August 2015. The Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Pension Plan was underfunded on both a solvency and going-concern basis, at 43.7 per cent ......

Could plastic become the next stranded asset?

Recent research by MSCI Inc. is suggesting conventional virgin plastic could become the next stranded asset. The move toward electric vehicles and global efforts to reduce ......

The role of dividend strategies in equity investing

Investors seeking regular income are limited because traditional sources aren’t producing the results they used, says Dave Makarchuk, partner and Western Canada wealth business leader ......

PRI announces award winners

The Principles for Responsible Investment has announced the winners of its inaugural awards. In the category of Active Ownership Project of the Year, Platform Living Wage Financials, a ......

A practical look at responsible investing at the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan

As environmental, social and governance issues are increasingly recognized as material factors when considering investments and amid growing stakeholder pressure, many options are available for ......