CPPIB continues to hold over $10.B in companies complicit with Israeli war crimes.

Despite a promise in 2021 to review its portfolio for companies complicit with war crimes, CPPIB has failed to do so. CPPIB continues to be invested in seven companies that are on the UN database as complicit with breaking international law, and an additional at least 44 other companies that have been verified as complicit with illegal Israeli occupation activities by AFSC Investigate and/or Who Profits. In total this amounts to more the $10 B investment of public pension funds in Israeli war crimes. Based on four years of analysis, there has been no significant shift in this investment trend. This amounts to approaching 7% of CPPIB public equity investments, and over 1.5% of the total $570B portfolio. WSP, a Montreal headquartered transnational continues to dominate the Canadian equity; in 2022, 105 organizations & many individuals joined to make a submission to the UN to add WSP to the UN database.