The $34 billion Texas County and District Retirement System (TCDRS) has already put more than $1.5 billion to work across its direct lending and private equity portfolios this year, and is continuing to add to the asset classes.
Atalaya Asset Income Fund V received a $100 million commitment at the end of July. The fund opened in May with a hard cap of $1 billion, according to U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission documents.
The New York-based firm’s specialty finance strategy includes senior lending, asset purchases and junior capital investments across major . . .
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