TORONTO, July 20, 2012 /CNW/ - Bert Clark has been appointed President
and Chief Executive Officer of Infrastructure Ontario and nominated to
be a member of the agency's Board of Directors. Clark's appointment as
President and CEO is effective August 7, 2012.
For the past four years, Clark was Managing Director of Scotia Capital's
Global Infrastructure Finance Group. Before joining Scotiabank, he was
Senior Vice President of Projects for Infrastructure Ontario, where he
established procurement practices to ensure the agency's on-time,
on-budget delivery of public infrastructure projects.
From 2003 to 2005, Clark was Senior Policy Advisor to the Premier of
Ontario and helped lead the establishment of Ontario's first long-term
infrastructure investment plan. Prior to 2003, he spent five years at
Toronto law firm Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP.
Infrastructure Ontario is a Crown corporation dedicated to delivering
some of the province's larger and more complex infrastructure renewal
projects, on time and on budget. It also manages one of the largest
real estate portfolios in Canada, offers real estate services, such as
asset management and property and land management, and provides the
public sector and not-for-profit organizations with long-term financing
to renew public infrastructure.
Since 2005, Infrastructure Ontario has brought more than 50 provincial
alternative financing and procurement projects to the market, worth
more than $21 billion in capital construction, including hospitals,
jails, courthouses, roads and information technology projects.
Visit www.infrastructureontario.ca for more information.
Tony Ross, Chair, Board of Directors, Infrastructure Ontario
"For the past decade, Mr. Clark has been a champion and architect of
public infrastructure renewal through public-private partnerships. The
expertise and experience he brings to his new role will ensure that
Infrastructure Ontario continues to be a leader in delivering public
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SOURCE Infrastructure Ontario
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