The Washington State Investment Board (WSIB), which oversees an $114 billion portfolio that includes the state’s pension assets, placed more than $2 billion across the real estate and private equity investment spectrum toward the tail-end of 2019.
The board’s private markets and public markets committee approved a total of 7 allocations at a meeting in late November across private equity, real estate and other niche investment portfolios.
The largest sector slice was in real estate with more than $1.2 billion in fresh capital being invested across three managers. The board’s . . .
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