Canada Pension Plan Investment Board chief financial officer Benita Warmbold plans to retire this June, according to a news release.

The news release noted the CPPIB plans to name Warmbold’s successor ahead of her retirement date to allow for a seamless transition.

“We are all grateful for Benita’s many important contributions to CPPIB’s growth, strategic direction and success during her nine years with CPPIB,” said Mark Machin, president and chief executive officer of the pension fund.

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“I look forward to working closely with Benita over the next several months as we work on a smooth, effective handover to a successor.”

Warmbold joined the organization in 2008 and was chief operations officer prior to her current role.

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