Early life and education
Machin was born in England in 1966. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physiological Sciences from Oxford University and then a Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery degree from Cambridge University in 1990.
During his first-year medical internship, Machin developed an interest in financial markets and accepted an analyst position in the London office of Goldman-Sachs in 1991. Machin was transferred to the Goldman-Sachs' new Hong Kong office where he worked for 20 years focusing on Investment Banking in Asian markets. In 2012, Machin left Goldman-Sachs to become Senior Managing Director and President of CPP Investment Board Asia Inc. In June 2016, he was appointed CEO of the CPP Investment Board. He is also a board director of FCLTGlobal, a think tank established by CPPIB in 2016.
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- "Our Leadership| Senior Team | CPPIB | Canada Pension Plan Investment Board". cppib.com. Retrieved 2016-08-22.
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