The $27 billion San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System continues to actively allocate to alternative investment strategies with investments totaling $315 million in the last month alone.
Within the $3.9 billion absolute return portfolio two funds received fresh capital commitments, as reported by Chief Investment Officer William Coaker.
On January 14, Cerberus collected $200 million for its Cerberus Global Residential Loan Strategy Fund, which is a residential mortgage strategy. Then another $35 million was invested on February 1 with Perceptive Life Sciences Qualified, which gained approval for an investment of up to $150 million previously . . .
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