The $37 billion Connecticut Retirement Plans and Trust Funds allocated a total of $425 million in a broad range of private funds active in private equity and real estate.
The largest allocation was to Dover Street X totaling $100 million with another $50 million to the Secondary Overflow Fund IV, which are both managed by HarbourVest Partners at the end of the year.
The ARES Real Estate Enhanced Income Fund won a $100 million commitment.
Connecticut Treasurer Shawn Wooden informed the Investment Advisory Council (IAC) about his decision to commit $75 . . .
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