Trans-Canada Capital (“TCC”), a subsidiary of Air Canada managing their pension plans, created the TCC Multi-Strategy Fund in partnership with Montrusco Bolton in 2017. The TCC Multi-Strategy Fund uses a multi-strategy/multi-asset class approach. The Fund invests in different instruments across many asset classes, including bonds, currencies, commodities, credit and equity. The Fund allocates capital to multiple complementary discretionary and systematic strategies, which are designed to have an uncorrelated return to equity markets on an aggregate basis. TCC has developed a comprehensive risk management framework, which includes pre-trade analysis, portfolio recalibration and collateral management. TCC follows the best practices regarding the operational risk management and dedicates significant resources to the development of new ideas and proprietary systems.
TCC Master Multi-Strategy Fund, L.P.
Open-end fund aiming to achieve an attractive risk-adjusted non-market correlated absolute return over a medium to long-term horizon, investing primarily in developed markets across most asset classes.
About Trans-Canada Capital ("TCC")
Since 2009, TCC’s investment team has been managing the assets of Air Canada’s Canadian pension plans, consisting of over $30 billion of assets in aggregate today. Air Canada is one of the largest corporate pension funds in Canada and administers eight Canadian defined benefit pension plans. TCC is a newly-created subsidiary of Air Canada. Formerly operating as a division of Air Canada, the team is now composed of over 75 investment professionals based in Montréal, Canada. TCC’s team of investment professionals has extensive expertise in managing and trading fixed income securities and derivatives, from front to middle to back office, with an emphasis on portfolio construction and risk management in a liability-driven context.
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