Nankivell is named board chair of the ILPA
From our Women's PE Briefs - week commencing June 7, 2021
Nankivell is named board chair, Doshi is re-elected to the board and Gregory joins the board of the ILPA
Alison Nankivell, senior vice president of fund investments and global scaling at the Business Development Bank of Canada, is the new board chair of the Institutional Limited Partners Association. Alison was previously the board’s treasurer.
Sonal Doshi, senior principal, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, was re-elected to the board while those joining the board included Alicia Gregory, head of private equity at Future Fund Management Agency.
Based in Toronto, ILPA is a member-driven organization focused on promoting the interests of private equity limited partners. It has more than 550 member institutions representing more than $2 trillion of private equity assets under management.
ILPA is an association sponsor of both the Women’s Private Equity Summit and the Women’s Alternative Investment Summit.
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