Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has appointed Maximilian Biagosch as senior managing director, Europe regional head and head of direct private equity. It also appointed Agus Tandiono as senior managing director, Asia regional head and head of fundamental equities Asia. Biagosch joined CPPIB in 2015, while Tandiono joined the year before.
TORONTO, ON (December 7, 2021): John Graham, President & CEO, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPP Investments) announced today the appointment of senior executive leaders, effective immediately. Maximilian Biagosch is appointed Senior Managing Director, Europe Regional Head and Head of Direct Private Equity, and Agus Tandiono is appointed Senior Managing Director, Asia Regional Head and Head of Fundamental Equities Asia.
Biagosch and Tandiono will ensure representation of two important regions at the most senior levels of the organization, while fostering our culture in Europe and Asia, respectively. Further details on their appointments are included below:
Maximilian Biagosch joins the Senior Management Team as Senior Managing Director, Europe Regional Head and Head of Direct Private Equity, with ongoing responsibilities as Head of Direct Private Equity within the Private Equity department as well as regional leadership in Europe. Biagosch joined CPP Investments in 2015 and was most recently Managing Director, Head of Portfolio Value Creation. Prior to joining the organization, he held senior roles at Permira Advisers LLP, and was an investment banker at Deutsche Bank and BNP Paribas in London. Biagosch holds a Master of Laws (LLM) from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat Munich and serves on the boards of Petco and BAI Communications.
Agus Tandiono joins the Senior Management Team as Senior Managing Director, Asia Regional Head and Head of Fundamental Equities Asia, with ongoing responsibilities as Head of Fundamental Equities in Asia within the Active Equities department as well as regional leadership in Asia. Since joining CPP Investments in 2014, Tandiono has led the development of the Active Fundamental Equities and Relationship Investing activities in Asia. Prior to joining the organization, Tandiono held senior roles at Citadel (Asia) and Fidelity Investments (HK). He holds a BBA from the University of San Diego and an MBA from the Booth Graduate School of Business, University of Chicago and is a CFA charterholder. He serves on the board of Delhivery.
“CPP investments is on a trajectory to grow the CPP Fund to $1 trillion in approximately a decade. Our continued success as a truly integrated global enterprise requires us to both work across geographies and embrace local insights and expertise,” said John Graham, President & CEO. “Both Max and Agus are very well positioned to lead our Europe and Asia operations, respectively, bringing with them diverse investment expertise, enterprise-wide knowledge and global experience. Their position on the Senior Management Team speaks to the deep bench strength of proven international leaders we are cultivating.”
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